Piece of Cake (A Matter of Time) novella, by Mary Calmes
Title: Piece of Cake
Series: A Matter of Time Story
Author: Mary Calmes
Length: Novella (69 pages)
Publisher:Dreamspinner Press (August 12th, 2015)
Blurb: After years of domestic partnership, Jory Harcourt and Sam Kage are finally going to make it official in their home state of Illinois. It’s been a long and rocky road, and nothing—not disasters at work, not the weather, not a possible stalker, not even getting beat up and having to attend the ceremony looking like he just got mugged—will make Jory wait one more day to make an honest man of the love of his life.
Should be a piece of cake, right?
When has anything ever been a piece of cake with Jory?
Ohh…bless Mary Calmes for bringing us this delightful little story of Jory and Sam. From the first page my face was lit up with smiles and stayed until the end.
The love that Jory and Sam have for each other and for the kids is stronger than ever. Sam and his alpha tendencies can turn Jory into a puddle of goo with just one look. My heart was filled with so much joy as we get to see the wedding plans unfold.
It wouldn’t be fitting if Jory didn’t have a disaster or two even though we all know he is never to blame, right? Coming to his rescue brings in some other characters we love like Duncan and Aaron and Dane and Aja. It was so good to catch up on what has been going on with them and see their love is still strong.
The story opens on their wedding day and Jory asking“We’re still getting married, right?”
From there we get to see the events leading up to this day and you can’t read without laughing aloud, and smiling from ear to ear. I love Jory and I love that after all these years he is still the same, wonderful, man who stole our hearts many years ago. And Sam…no one can make me melt faster than Sam Kage.
Seeing them, both, love and care for their children, Kola and Hanna Banana is the icing on the cake. Even though Jory and Sam were married years ago, in Canada, Jory always wanted to be married in his home state. Now, with a few friends and family, his wish has come true.
Dancing to their song after the wedding ceremony will make you swoon. As Jory takes Sam’s hand onto the dance floor…
“I don’t remember you being this romantic when we married the first time.”
“That’s ‘cause before, it was about beginnings and hope, but now it’s just us and the kids and life, right? It’s forever.”
Thank you, Mary Calmes, for giving us this heartwarming novella and allowing us to be back in Sam and Jory’s world for a little while.
A Piece of Cake was absolutely delicious.
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