“I wish I knew the exact thing to say to recommend this book. I guess I’ll just go with: Read it for Joe. You don’t know it yet, but you really need Joe in your life. Sure read this book if it appeals to you, but if you’re on the fence or think you don’t care about Smoky Mountain boys, or jewelers and singers or whatever, then just read it for Joe. Trust me you’ll thank me later. Really though, Leta knocks it out of the park again, sweet, realistic main characters who make you care about what they care about. She sets up an entirely believable world with moral complications and real moral concerns and makes no judgment on her characters or her readers as the characters feel their way through hard choices.And the sex is hot, so if real characters with hard burdens aren’t enough, if you don’t believe me about Joe, then just read it for the sex, okay? You won’t be sorry.”

via Amazon.com: flickerjax’s review of Smoky Mountain Dreams.

Sometimes holding on means letting go Christopher Ryder and Jesse Birch are two men hanging on to the past. While Christopher has let go of his failure as a country singer in Nashville, he's still trying to please his narrow-minded, non-accepting family. His beloved Gran loves him the way he is, but Christopher feels painfully invisible to everyone else. He’s happy enough performing at the Smoky Mountain Dreams theme park in Tennessee, but even when Christopher is center stage he aches for someone to see the real him. There's more than meets the eye when it comes to bisexual Jesse. He's raising two kids and fighting with family after a tragic accident took his children’s mother. There's no room in his life for dating, his kids are his priority, and he doesn't want more than an occasional hook-up. He sure as hell doesn't want to fall hard for his favorite local singer, but when Christopher walks into his jewelry studio, Jesse hears a new song in his heart.
Sometimes holding on means letting go
Christopher Ryder and Jesse Birch are two men hanging on to the past. While Christopher has let go of his failure as a country singer in Nashville, he’s still trying to please his narrow-minded, non-accepting family. His beloved Gran loves him the way he is, but Christopher feels painfully invisible to everyone else. He’s happy enough performing at the Smoky Mountain Dreams theme park in Tennessee, but even when Christopher is center stage he aches for someone to see the real him.
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to bisexual Jesse. He’s raising two kids and fighting with family after a tragic accident took his children’s mother. There’s no room in his life for dating, his kids are his priority, and he doesn’t want more than an occasional hook-up. He sure as hell doesn’t want to fall hard for his favorite local singer, but when Christopher walks into his jewelry studio, Jesse hears a new song in his heart.

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