Title: Sense of Place
Author: N.R. Walker
Series: Thomas Elkin
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Release Date: 08-17-2015
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 141
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Designing homes is easy. Finding home is something else entirely.
Thomas Elkin and Cooper Jones finally have the support of their families, and their love grows stronger every day. Now living together, they think nothing can stand in their way.
But there are outside influences trying to pull them apart.
Cooper encounters a man, closer to his age and with connections high up the property development chain, who wants Cooper as his own. Tom encounters discrimination and a hidden agenda from a fellow senior partner who’s trying to take him down.
No matter what the world throws at them, Tom and Cooper are the real deal. Age differences aside, Tom has finally found his sense of place. His one true center, his home.
A good end to a great series. N.R. Walker has made me smile, look at fondly, be surprised and exasperated by as well as roll my eyes at both Tom and Cooper. Their relationship, and how they handle the trails and tribulations that come their way. That they actually communicate and talk to one another most of the time has been so refreshing, and amazing and I didn’t realise until I read this book how much pressure it takes off of the reader when you’re not waiting for the other shoe to drop.
Cooper and Tom have gone through a lot in the span of this series. Book 1, they got together despite the circumstances. Book 2, they became one after facing one challenge after the other and still being there for the other when they needed them most. They have faced their families and friends, and now they had to confront the mixed reactions their relationship could cause in their respective places of work. As well as the next step to take in their relationship. It’s all about how Tom would ask, and he did it right… eventually.
There is little I can say about this book that would tell you more than the blurb. Because as I have said in previous reviews, it’s very clear cut what happens in the book. It’s how N.R. Walker works with the events that take place, that make this couple. Make us love them, and root for them and not be able to stop reading once we picked up the first book. As a series I would highly recommend reading them because they’ll put a smile on your face. These two give you hope that maybe you can find love and it won’t have to go through hell, fire and misunderstandings to make you appreciate the other and realise they’re the one.