Not Alone

Not Alone

Sonja Spencer / Dec 12, 2019

Not Alone Andy Parker moves to a small town on a lake to start over after a bad breakup The big drawback He s alone with no prospects for romance He meets Eddie Ferguson at the local grocery and strikes up an e

  • Title: Not Alone
  • Author: Sonja Spencer
  • ISBN: 978161581681
  • Page: 433
  • Format: ebook
  • Andy Parker moves to a small town on a lake to start over after a bad breakup The big drawback He s alone with no prospects for romance He meets Eddie Ferguson at the local grocery and strikes up an easy friendship, but the divorced man isn t really Andy s type Still, a friend is a friend and when Mr Oblivious Eddie says So use me, Andy s imagination goes wild ButAndy Parker moves to a small town on a lake to start over after a bad breakup The big drawback He s alone with no prospects for romance He meets Eddie Ferguson at the local grocery and strikes up an easy friendship, but the divorced man isn t really Andy s type Still, a friend is a friend and when Mr Oblivious Eddie says So use me, Andy s imagination goes wild But will trying for risk any chance of a friendship

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    About "Sonja Spencer"

      • Sonja Spencer

        Sonja Spencer has always enjoyed writing as an escape from her professional life She spends what spare time she has with her family and friends, and she loves long walks on the beach, jumping in puddles, and cuddling puppies She aspires to be an entertaining writer and a gourmet chef.You can e mail Sonja at sonja.j.spencer gmail.


    342 Comments

    1. 3.5 starsAndy has moved to a small town to his uncle’s cabin he inherited (huh, two inherited rustic homes books) and he’s going to write a novel. He runs across Eddie, a local divorced with two kids business owner and on impulse invites him to dinner. He’s very up front with Eddie, he’s gay, Eddie’s not (or isssss he?) but they become friends. Andy teases a lot and exposes Eddie to gay porn, sex toys, etc. Eddie has self-esteem issues as his ex basically told him he was mutantly large [...]


    2. This GFY themed story is the first I've read by this author and I look forward to reading more of Sonja Spencer's books in the future. Both Andy and Eddie are nice, likable and well-drawn protagonists and I enjoyed reading about their slowly developing relationship. The men meet when Andy, newly moved to a small lakeside town, goes into Eddie's grocery store. Andy is immediately drawn to the sexy, newly divorced father of two but has to settle for friendship when Eddie can't offer anything else. [...]


    3. 2.5* Rounded up to three. I think this would have worked a lot better as a longer story. I really likee both of the MCs, but the transition from strangers to friends to lovers was so rushed that it didn't seem authentic at all.


    4. "Can you reach me the vinaigrette?" Interesting way to start a book, isn't it? I thought so, too and grabbed a copy of Not Alone. I was in for a real treat. Ms. Spencer writes in an interesting fashion. It was easy to see the characters emotions and feel like I was part of the story. I got caught up in the strife between Andy and Eddie. Talk about a heart-warming storyis one is. Andy is a likable character. He knows what he wants but he's savvy enough to know when to hold his cards close to his [...]


    5. 3.5 StarsThis story is set in a cozy little town. One of those places where everyone knows everyone else and they all can share stories of one another from when they were 5 years old. There's nothing wrong with that, it's rather comforting and sweet, in fact, but what happens when you throw a big city, out and proud man from New York into the middle of it? In this book, good fun, that's what.Andy Parker is an aspiring author and recently single man from New York. He's come down to a small lake r [...]





    6. It would've been nice if there'd been realistic dialogue, a natural plot progression, actual conflict, and characters that didn't come across as schizophrenic pod people.



    7. This was enjoyable narrowly plotted story. Both main characters fit together nicely. In general it would be better to have more developed plot, but this way nice, too!



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