Book Seven in the Men of Riverside series.
Afraid of being openly gay, Landon rejected Kendall after a brief affair. Will they be able to make a fresh start when chance reunites them years later?
Landon Tully is a social worker who only returned to Riverside for his father’s funeral. But when a job opportunity opens up, he decides to stay for a while. Within days he runs into Kendall Gable, the man he’d thought was too young for him eight years ago – only now Kendall is all grown up and on the opposite side of a bidding contest for the land Landon has been asked to obtain to build a homeless shelter.
Kendall has made a life for himself as an architect. Focusing on work has helped him fill the hole in his life that Landon left behind. Running into him is painful, but helps him realise some of the issues in his professional life need fixing.
Will Kendall be able to convince himself, and Landon, that they deserve a life together after all?
Reader Advisory: This book is the seventh in a series and, while it can be read on its own, it is best read in sequence.
|Number of pages||87|
|Genre||Gay MM/ Contemporary|
|eReaders Supported||All current eReaders|
|Send direct to Kindle?||Yes|
|Cover art by||Posh Gosh|
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Customer ReviewsReview From Fallen Angel ReviewsReviewed by TeresaI loved how Kendall's friends came together to support Landon in building the community center. It was lovely experiencing the reawakening of Landon and Kendall's love as they worked together to build their lives, while helping the people around them create a better society.Read the full review atJanuary 2012Review From Literary Nymphs ReviewsReviewed by Dragon MinxI liked Landon from the beginning. Ms. Yates gave him a personality that showed his concern and feeling of responsibility for his younger brother, putting his own desires on hold...a lot of emotions...pain, anger, desire, passion and fear...before they reach the happiness they’ve been looking for. When they find it, I was left with a feeling of satisfaction.Read the full review atDecember 2011Review From Queer Magazine OnlineReviewed by LenaAs I began to read 'Convincing Landon' by Serena Yates, I was reminded of the Christmas movie classic, "It's a Wonderful Life"...If you like angst, hot men, passionate sexual encounters, important life lessons and a happy ending, you'll love 'Convincing Landon’. Thanks, Serena, for once again reminding us to never give up on our dream for a happy ending.Read the full review atDecember 2011
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