A Sunday Kind Of Love
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A Sunday Kind Of Love

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Jazz trumpeter Jake McKynnie is living a lonely existence in LA, convinced that’s the best he can expect from life. He indulges in a bender to drown thoughts of missing his estranged son’s high school graduation, but to his shock, finds the boy on his doorstep the next morning. DJ grew up in a small Oregon town with his mom and stepdad, but now he’s come to town with big d...more
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Published July 7th 2013 by Amber Allure
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Vivian Archer
Skips a few beats.

I like this story, but there are a couple of places that the details are vague enough that you feel liked you missed something--just sorta skips over bits and settles again. I understand alluding to things and letting the reader draw conclusions, but this happened a few times and it wasn't a liberating experience, but rather felt like the author abandoned me and kept on going. Catching up wasn't hard, but rather annoying.

Ignoring that, the scenes between--great. I liked the cha...more
Sweet And Spicy Tales
We come to meet Jake as musician, father, and lover. Charley Descoteaux weaves a story where the central figure, Jake reconnects with his son, DJ. Recently graduated from high school, DJ aka Jacob is 18 and on the verge of manhood, looking for work as an actor. Jake resides in what I image is an artsy type of loft within L.A. The reader peers into this literary window where father and son, easily come together as though a deep-seated love resides between them. During the time in which Jake takes...more
Charley Descoteaux
Jul 06, 2013 Charley Descoteaux added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Readers of my debut M/M Romance may see a familiar name or two in this story. A few readers said they’d like to know more about some of the secondary characters in Comfort and Joy and there’s a bit of that in A Sunday Kind of Love.

Thanks for reading!
Susan Laine
3.75 stars. This story and me, we didn’t click. Overall, there’s nothing wrong with the story. This just didn’t work for me. Perhaps it was the rather irrelevant side story between Jake and his son that seemed to serve no purpose. Maybe it was Jake’s selfish indifference during the first erotic scene that left me cold. No reciprocation? Bad form.

However… toward the end the story picked up and I found myself liking it. Not wowed, but still. This might have worked better as a longer story where DJ...more
T.M. Smith
A short story in the Comfort and Joy series featuring secondary characters from that novel. Jazz musician Jake, Stylist Mason and Jake’s son DJ.

DJ has come to LA to live with his father and pursue his dream of becoming an actor. In need of a makeover, and thinking his father needs one as well, they head off to the local salon. Jake might be oblivious to the stylist that’s eyeing him, but DJ is not. DJ heads into town after sending his father back into the salon to talk to Mason. A quick thank y...more
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Genre: M/M Contemporary
Rated: 3 hearts

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