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When a man whose career is making maps loses himself, where does he turn? In Eric Mueller’s case, he unwillingly must rely on his step-brother, Alexander Brittain.
But Allie has his own problems—he’s disappointed his mother and Eric’s father in dozens of ways, and he can’t seem to grow up. Can these two very different men make each other change in the ways they need to, and become the lovers they’ve been destined to be since their teen years? Or will step-brothers be as close as they can ever get?
Shame and lust collide in this sexy friends to lovers, college grad, bad boy-military, young adult romance!
Eric Mueller was dead asleep when his cell phone rang. He stirred, looked out the window at the brilliant sunshine streaming in, and sat up in a panic. How could he have slept so late? What time was his first class?
Then he remembered. It was Saturday morning, and beyond that, there were no more classes. The day before, he’d driven over to the Florida University campus on the south side of Miami and picked up the paperwork that verified he had completed all required work for a graduate certificate in cartography. Then he’d run into Taylor Kane, who counseled veterans at the university about their benefits and post-graduation options, and one thing had led to another, which had resulted in Taylor in bed beside him...
I just finished reading Neil S. Plakcy’s Love on the Map, and what a delightful, entertaining read it was! It was both erotic and thought-provoking. The story challenges readers to ponder the complexities of modern relationships, family dynamics, and personal responsibility. The prose is light and fast-paced, keeping the reader engaged in every chapter. My personal philosophy is that good fiction should entertain, educate, and incite. Love on the Map accomplishes all three! Five stars!!!