Once upon a time a brave knight rescued a young man. Unfortunately, he then spent the next few years bossing the young man around and treating him like a child.

Milo has been burying himself at Chi an Mor, hiding from the wreckage of his once promising career and running from a bad relationship that destroyed what little confidence he had. Niall, his big brother’s best friend, has been there for him that entire time. An arrogant and funny man, Niall couldn’t be any more different from the shy and occasionally stuttering Milo, which has never stopped Milo from crushing wildly on the man who saved him.

However, just as Milo makes the decision to move on from his hopeless crush, he and Niall are thrown into close contact, and for the first time ever Niall seems to be returning his interest. But it can never work. How can it when Milo always needs rescuing?

From the bestselling author of the Mixed Messages series comes a story about a man who needs to write his own happily ever after.

This is the second book in the Finding Home series, but it can be read as a standalone.

Content warning: There are descriptions of domestic abuse in this book.

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🌟🌟🌟🌟 4.5 stars
🔥🔥🔥🔥 Heat Level: 4

I love Nilo! Such a great couple.

I had heard only great things about Lily’s work and I must say it doesn’t disappoint! This was the first story of Lily’s I’ve read and her characters have so much heart you can’t help but love them. Milo is just wonderful and I really enjoyed watching him grow and come back to his sassy, sexy self.

The dynamics between Milo and Niall are so sweet and while Niall is a protector, he protects Milo in a way that helps him heal, grow and eventually fly! I wasn’t a big fan of Gideon and hated him at one point for how he was deliberately provoking Milo. They have an interesting relationship and in the end, I think there is a lot more to Gideon than we’re led to believe and I can’t wait to unravel the mystery and sadness behind his eye’s in Lily’s next book! She’s created a wonderful world of love, hope, and healing and I can’t wait to go back and real Oz’s story. Milo and Niall are wonderful and I hope we see more of them and Oz and Silas in all of the furture Finding Home books! Loved it!!

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Catch up on Oz and Silas’s story in Oz, Finding Home Book 1

Oz (Finding Home, Book 1) by Lily Morton

What happens when temporary becomes forever?

Oz Gallagher does not do relationships well. Bored and jobless after another disastrous hook up, he decides to leave London for a temporary job in the wilds of Cornwall. Surely managing a stately home on a country estate will be easier than navigating the detritus of his relationships at home. Six months there will alleviate a bit of his wanderlust and then he can come back to London as footloose and fancy free as the day he left it.

However, when he gets there he finds a house in danger of crumbling to the ground and a man who is completely unlike anyone he’s ever met. An earl belonging to a family whose roots go back hundreds of years, Silas is the living embodiment of duty and sacrifice. Two things that Oz has never wanted. He’s also warm and funny and he draws Oz to him like a magnet.

Oz banks on the fact that they’re from two very different worlds to stop himself falling for Silas. But what will he do when he realises that these differences are actually part of the pull to one another? Will falling in love be enough to make him stop moving at last and realise that he’s finally home?

From bestselling author, Lily Morton, comes a romantic comedy about two very different men and one very dilapidated house.

This is the first book in the Finding Home series but it can be read as a standalone.

Book links:
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