Title: Love Comes Around (Senses, Book 4)
Author: Andrew Grey
Published: September 19, 2014
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
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Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Connor grew up in foster care and has worked hard to make good for himself. He’s started his own business as a carpenter and has found success in his work. While completing some repairs at the local orphanage, he meets Dan who is there dropping off one of the kids after a brief stay at his house. Dan wants to hire Connor to make some renovations to his house, but Connor is initially reluctant because of what he thinks of Dan’s character. But what starts as a misunderstanding paves the way for friendship and possibly for something more as Connor is asked to help Dan make his home ready for a new addition.
The fourth book in Andrew Grey’s senses series, this is yet another great installment. The way these books tell complete complex stories that focus not only on the relationship but also what it means to find love, to love yourself, and to be a part of a family is wonderful. I feel like there’s no other word for it. I’ve enjoyed every one and this is no exception.
While these books are part of a series, they can be read as standalone books, too. The main characters in one book are secondary/background characters in others, but knowledge of the rest of the series isn’t necessary.