Kent Casado loses his husband, his home, and his business in a nasty divorce. Bitter, alone and almost penniless. He retreats to a beach cottage in the Keys for a respite.
Dusk Keller never allows others to define him. He loves everything about his life i ...more
divorcing his husband and leaving with nothing but an old shack on the Florida Keys. Dusk many years Kents junior was the local vet who lost his home and practice in a hurricane. Both characters were rebuilding and seemed to have found each other at the low points of their lives. While there was a bit going on, I really enjoyed the steady flow of Dusk & Kent as the MCs. If you enjo ...more
Dusk Keller has been raised in a free and hippie environment who has gone on to pursue his dream career as a vet. Now living back in Florida near his non-conformist parents, he has always been comfortable in his own skin and sees each day as a new challenge. When the next hurricane hits, he finds it an even bigger challenge and l ...more
Kent ran to the Florida Keys after his divorce. Finding your husband in your bed with someone will break anyone's heart. Kent never expected Florida to have such a lovely view. He also didn't know that view came with a 5 am wake up call and dogs! Dusk's vet clinic suffered badly at the hands of Mother Nature and he is doing odd jobs to raise funds to fix it up again. Offering to help Kent fix his house seemed like such a good idea!
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The hurricane destroyed not only Dusk's clinic, but his home and he has to try to raise money to rebuild because the insurance is not enough. He refuses to take handouts and basically forces himself on Kent, the man who just moved to Ke ...more
Dusk is in his 30s, and Kent in his 40s, and these two are simply fantastic together! They perfectly complement e ...more
In the aftermath of another hurricane ,Dusk Kellers world is turned in all kind of directions. He's lost his vet clinic and his home. He's lost everything. Hurricanes were the only downfall from living in Key West, but he wouldn't move for anything. His only choice is to rebuild like always.
Kent has lost everything. His husband , his business, his home. Since he found his husband in bed with another man , hes broke, lost not sure wh ...more
'You're grumpy,like an old rooster who can't crow anymore,You work too hard and think too much. You've been here how long,but never once actually enjoyed the beach.' (Dusk)
The 'Book Blurb' gives enough away so I don't feel the need to go into great detail as regards the story itself,but what I will say is I enjoyed this-the M/M Genre is one of my favorite's to read,and this flowed well with Dual POV's,there was some funny parts(mostly the dialogue from Dusk-his easy-going ...more
This was my first book to read by Dahlia Donovan and I must say this was a refreshing great story.
For only be a novella it sure hit the mark. There was complete character development, plot and HEA found with out cutting any corners. Kent is a 40 year old divorcee who is try to rebuild his life after everything he build was taking by is former husband.
Dusk is the local vet down in the Keys who's practice was ruined by a hurricane. Being to proud to ask for hand outs or help from his ...more
Dusk is a mix of his mom and dad. He is laid back and loves being a Vet. While he is trying to rebuild his business after the hurricane he never expected to find someone.
Kent is like a grumpy old man and Dusk brings out the traits Kent suppresses, whether he likes it ...more
'Found You' was about understanding what is important to you and working hard to achieve it. Love does not come easily and needs to be worked on and shown every day. I loved t ...more
After a hurricane destroys most of his animal clinic, Dusk gets busy trying to repair what the storm destroyed. Trying to earn extra money for the repairs he helps Kent fix his beach cottage.
These two are great. I love that Kent is older and he and Dusk are ...more
Found You was a good read.
I loved to read about Kent and Dusk reconstruction of both their places and their lives.
I've appreciated how the story develops without any major drama focusing instead on the main characters growing attraction and affection.
This was a short novella but the author made an amazing job to deliver a very compelling and intriguing story in a few pages.
Copy kindly provided by the Publisher/Author.
Enjoyed the story of the two guys - Kent and Dusk - getting to know each other, very much an opposites attract thing. They definitely attract and certainly get together many times and oft!
I did get a bit pee’d by the third party referrals - the veterinarian, the builder, the man etc.
Dusk for all his laid back Florida ways is still quite principled and has his pride about accepting help.
Kent has to learn a new way of life, much different to Colorado.
I don’t think they were as far apart in age ...more
Though I liked the characters this read partially like a travelogue... though the chickens were talked about what was surprisingly not mentioned was the fact that they are protected. Not allowed to be disturbed. Also filled with many contradictions. As well as unrealistically rehabbing buildings without any mention of codes, permits or inspections. SMH
I generously received an ARC from Hot Tree PR in exchange for an honest review...
A quick, cute and fast-paced love story... The main characters Kent & Dusk's relationship was truly the perfect read!
Kent lost everything when he found his husband in bed with a younger man. Leaving everything behind, he moves into a little run down house in the Key West. In order to forget, he puts everything into rebuilding that house. When Kent and Dusk's wor ...more
I was given a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.
This was a short quick read. It is full of humor and passion between Dusk and Kent. After a hurricane blows through the Florida Keys, Dusk is in the process of rebuilding his vet clinic. After going through a rough time Kent has decided to move to his little cottage in the Keys to reevaluate his life. This two were funny and so totally opposite of one another. I really enjoyed the book, but I felt like we needed a little ...more