Genre: Contemporary Romance, GLBTQ, MM
Released: June 15, 2017
Publisher: A.D. Ellis Publishing
Series: Something About Him, Book 6
Cameron Lewis is left reeling when his perfect life—two beautiful children, an adoring husband, and a house on the lake—is ripped apart by loss.
Kade Ramsey is living the American dream with a wife, two amazing children, and a comfortable job. But dreams are often only illusions, and Kade discovers his life isn’t all he thought it to be.
Kade and Cam have been friends for years. When their lives begin to fall apart, they turn to each other for support. Is friendship all they share? Or will their need for each other drive them down an unexpected path?
Kade & Cameron is a first-time-gay, out-for-you, friends-to-lovers, hurt/comfort story.
**This is a male/male romance meant for ages 18+ due to adult language and situations.**
Reviewed by ButtonsMom2003
Friends-to-lovers – a great story!
Kade & Cameron is the 6th book in the Something About Him series but it’s a standalone story. The books are connected by theme, not location or characters. All of the stories are great and I highly recommend them.
The blurb pretty much tells you everything you need to know about this book except how it made me feel. The story summoned all kinds of emotions in me: sadness and tears for the loss that Cameron suffers when his husband dies; anger for what Kade’s wife does; laughter when the two men and four boys are having fun together and many other feelings, too.
Every one of the books in this series has been a five-star read for me. Ms. Ellis’s writing has the ability to make me feel what her characters are feeling and put me right in the middle of the story. Once I started this book I didn’t want to put it down.
Kade and Cameron suffer greatly due to the things Kade’s wife does but they do get an HEA. I especially appreciated the epilogue which gave us another glimpse of the family’s life together a few years down the road.
I don’t know if additional books are planned in this series or not but I really hope that more are coming.
O Factor: Scorcher
Ms. Ellis is the award-winning author of A Torey Hope Novel Series (four books) and her spin-off series is Torey Hope: The Later Years.
Ellis’ debut novel For Nicky was voted #3 on the Top 50 Indie Books of 2014 by readers on ReadFree.ly. Loving Josie, which is the fourth book in A Torey Hope Novel Series, was awarded the bronze medal for contemporary romance in the prestigious Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards.
A.D.’s newest series is titled Something About Him. This is a male/male romance series, and will consist of at least five standalone titles. Bryan & Jase, Nick & Brody, Barrett & Ivan, Braeton & Drew are all released at this point. Ryker & Gavin will round out the series in January 2017. A novella of Kyle & Adam is in the works for a special project.
A.D. Ellis is an independent author. She is also a wife, a mother of two, and an inner city alternative education teacher.
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