How Not To Blend (A Lovestrong Story, Book 1) by Susan Hawke

One clueless single dad…

Dr. Corbin Davis is a busy guy just trying to do his best as a single parent. He may be oblivious to a lot of things, but surely he would’ve noticed something as important as his fifteen-year-old son, Grayson, being bullied, right? And what the heck is non-binary, and why hasn’t Gray shared this all-important part of himself with his own dad? 

Plus one sassy Southerner…

Andy Ferguson, or Kandi as the Thursday night drag community knows him, is just trying to get along in a small town and hold things together while he takes care of his beloved Gam-Gam. If she’d just get off his back about finding himself a man, that would be fantastic, thank you very much. He’ll get around to love… one of these days. 

Equals a pair of fake-boyfriends who will keep you in stitches.

When Corb gets the wild idea to ask Andy to pose as his boyfriend to let Gray know that his dad is bisexual and open-minded enough to talk to about his nonbinary status, Andy is amused and just intrigued enough to say yes… especially since he seems to be in the market for a fake boyfriend himself, if it will get Gam-Gam to quit nagging. 

This is the first book in the LOVESTRONG series about finding love and being yourself in a small town. Intended only for 18+ readers, this is an mm romance fill with all the fun, fluff, and feels you’d want from an S. Hawke book.

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🌟🌟🌟🌟 4.5 stars
🔥🔥🔥 Heat Level: 3

Such wonderful characters! A story of love, sass and family!!!

I really enjoyed this book. It is full to the brim of such wonderful and dynamic characters. I loved the whole lot of them!

The story follows widower Corbin, his enby son, Gray and sassy and awesome southerner Andy. I found this story very dynamic and easy to read. The sass and humour in this book is next level! All the characters blend so well together. Corbin and Andy’s love story starts as fake-boyfriends and evolves over a dramatic and challenging time to become a ‘blended’ family full of love and acceptance.

This story was a great start to Susan’s new series and a wonderful read. I have to say the secondary characters are just as awesome as the main ones and I have to give a shout out to the awesomeness that is Gam-gam!
A highly recommended read!

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