Found At the Library by Christi Snow
Date Read: October 2015
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
His entire life, Tommy Garrett has dealt with self-doubts. He thought he’d conquered the majority of them until a chance meeting with an author brought his illiteracy to the forefront...again. Growing up with un-diagnosed dyslexia has left Tommy barely able to read, but books are his Nirvana. Now he spends his life creating art dedicated to the love of those “untouchable” items.
Robert McIntyre, Mac, is a best-selling, highly celebrated author. But his point of view has become a little bit too narrow...until Tommy opens his eyes. That chance meeting has changed everything about his world. He has no idea how to find the beautiful man he met, and offended, at the library book sale. But when he does, Tommy’s life is in crisis-mode. It’s the holidays and Mac can’t just standby when Tommy needs help, whether Tommy wants it or not.
Two artistic men. One shared passion for books.
Life is hard, and sometimes when conflict arises you have to write your own plot twist to pull yourself out of the fray.
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Series: Found #1
Also by this author: Operation Endgame, Operation: Endurance, The Shadow of Mudflap, Through the Veil br> br>
NOTE: These “reviews” are as simple as it gets (and mostly for tracking purposes)! They will have a rating, first thought, narrator thought (quick), and will officially be filed 🙂
Read for Fun (Kindle)
Overall Rating: 4.50
Story Rating: 4.50
Character Rating: 4.50
NOTE: I am in the dedication of this book. It did not impact how I felt about the story but it did get me to read something out of my normal romance range: m/m romance
Quick Thoughts: OMG y’all! So I don’t read a lot of M/M romance (I think this is my 2nd) and for transparency I did skip the smexy scenes. I fell in love with Mac/Tommy’s romance. I loved that they had real speed bumps because of things that we are all prone to do. My heart broke for Tommy but what Mac brought to his life more than made up for it. I want terribly to have more book art in my life after reading this because of Tommy’s passion for it. Tommy had my heart from the beginning. I mean he loves audiobooks, creates awesome art, and loves with all his heart. He also had identifiable flaws. Mac was just downright sweet even though I don’t think he really was that in his previous relationships. I love that Tommy brought it out in him. My favorite moments in the book though were the chapter headings. Trust me they are lovely! I am so glad I got out my comfort zone for this one!!!
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