Is Love Still Enough?

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
When the new guy at work turns your head, do you smile, flattered, and move on? Or do you find yourself exchanging furtive glances and wondering...Is Love Still Enough?
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Words: 2,100
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301836284
Tags: mm
About Lisa Worrall

Lisa Worrall lives in a little seaside town on the South Coast of England that boasts the longest pier in the world. She is the single mother of two children of the hair-graying ages of eight and six and is currently petitioning for there to be more hours in the day, because there never seems to be enough.

She has been reading and writing romance since she was awarded a gold star in composition by her Head Teacher (Mr Croucher) some…erm… years ago and has been listening to the voices in her head on a regular basis for the last few years, once she realised they were not going away. She likes nothing more than bringing together two people in interesting and sometimes bizarre ways, and hopes that her readers enjoy what her characters’ journey as much as she does.

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Review by: L.L. Bucknor on March 02, 2014 :
A great little story to remind us how the bonds of love can be tested but REMAIN strong.
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Review by: A. T. Weaver on April 30, 2012 :
Enjoyable read. Loved the ending.
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Review by: Kia Zi Shiru on April 26, 2012 :
I found it sweet and sad. The story was well built and well polished.
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Review by: Jay Whett on April 21, 2012 :
A sweet, sweet story, at least from Travis' POV. I was never certain if Angel knew he was married, though.

If not, I felt badly for the guy. Travis could have let him down more easily, or perhaps explained the situation.

On the other hand, if he knew and just didn't care, then the little slut of a home wrecker got way better than he deserved. He should have gotten a swift kick from Dean at the very least.

But still, it's a very nice description of turmoil and uncertainty, giving some real dramatic tension.
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