Heartsong by Jambrea Jo Jones
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Length: Short (28 pages)
Rating: 5 Cherries
Review by: Ambrosia
Rafe lost his love, but did he really have it to begin with? He finds out more than he bargained for after the death of his ex-lover. Will he ever find the love he is looking for?
A love so sweet you’ll cry. Two men who come together after loss to find in each other new life as the author shows that love isn’t just about sex, especially between two people of the same gender. This heartrending yet uplifting tale is told with beautiful imagery and sensual delight.
One man’s loss and pain pulls your heartstrings as his lover reaches out from the grave and offers his son to replace him. Never able to provide the unconditional love he always wanted and needed, Rafe struggles with his guilt after leaving Charlie a month before his death. Their last moment together ends in tragedy, leaving Rafe to pull the pieces of his shattered heart together, little knowing that Charlie has sent his own guardian angel to take care of him.
Longing for a father who never knew how to be a dad, Stewart seeks out Rafe to give him a letter from Charlie explaining his feelings that in life he never could. Knowing he was going to die, he pushed Rafe out of his life so he would go on. When Rafe and Stewart fall in love, life begins again and your heart sings for them.
This is a must read for those who love a good cry and a happily ever after. Keep a box of tissues handy for this one. These loving men will pull your heart strings and fill you with joy as life is renewed. One can only give this story 5 Cherries for being so sweet. The author’s writing is descriptive and bold, yet holds such tenderness that the fruit must be reaped quickly.