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Review by Tracy GeorgeChase's story I've been waiting for this one. I loved it... Chase and Mac are great together. I always thought Bobby was to young for Chase and just not right for him. In this book we watch Chase grow up to be the man he is ment to be, even though he breaks Bobby's heart. I love this series. The book is well written with a great story line that I loved. I can't wait for more books in this series :)
Review by Rainbow Book ReviewsIf you like stories about complicated relationship situations, if you want to read about two men who both have to learn how to be honest and deal with the consequences, and if you’re looking for a read that is emotional, deals with real issues of trust and learning to support the man you love, then you will probably like this novella.
Review by Jeep Diva
Coming Clean by Carol Lynne was a nice read of discovery and acceptance in spite of obstacles.
Coming Clean gave depth and clarity as each facet of unease and unrest was handled. Ms. Lynne also gave a glimpse into subsequent books to come. I look forward to reading more in her series.
Review by Literary Nymphs
Having the story take Chase and Mac to
Review by TerriAlthough short and light, Carol Lynne's Campus Cravings never fail to make me think, laugh and/or cry. Coming Clean is no exception. I enjoyed the juxtaposition of the two lead characters, and the angst of the third was a good lead to a (possible) later story. Thanks Carol for giving us such great entertainment.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
Carol Lynne knows how to breathe heart and soul into her characters and she shows it with this novella sized book. It is amazing what someone can come up with when they want to put forth something that could bring someone to tears or laughter or even a smile.
I would highly recommend this author and her works because they truly to blow someone’s mind and shows that no matter what everyone deserves love. Even those that are a step forward in life or the ones that are knocked back by a phase of life.