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Comfort & Joy


Ford McKinney, a good-looking doctor from an old Savannah family, comes to realize he's gay when he falls for a hospital administrator with a ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.000
by Herman7 on Aug 13, 2010

An easy read, insightful with good character development. Plot jumps around a bit but all seems to come together logically. Not too many characters and easy to keep tract of them. Its the kind of book that I found myself reading on for hours at a time.


Beautifully Written!

by Janie on Mar 23, 2007

A love match that has problems right from the beginning with each of the men coming from different backgrounds. Although Jim's family is very rich they cannot and will not accept the fact that Jim is gay and Jim has not told them. This is very stressful for him and Dan. Dan's only family is a mother living in a trailer who welcomes Jim and Dan with open arms and make Jim feel like he is a part of Dan's little family. Well written with good character and plot development. A secondary plot has to do with Dan's health and his background that is dealt with. The author manages to convey the angst created with Dan and Jim and their respective problems; Dan's health, Jim coming out, Christmas time and a Jim's family trying to marry him off. A very good read. Well written. You want them both to come out winners!

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