Place to Belong by Claire Boston


Place to Belong (The Flanagan Sisters, #4)Place to Belong by Claire Boston
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Claire Boston is no stranger to tackling sensitive subjects in her romances. From women in male-dominated workplaces to refugee situations, Ms Boston explores all aspects of both sides and brings them together with satisfying resolutions. So it came as no surprise that this author would tackle the challenges of LBGQT romance, specifically MM. This was a sweet, touching story of two men finding their place in the world, their families and with each other. I fell in love with the cover and then the story itself. Aptly titled Place to Belong, this was the perfect addition to bring The Flanagan Sisters series to a close.

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Will Sean give love a chance and find a place to belong?

Sean Flanagan has spent a lifetime alone and rejected, constantly hiding who he really is.
With a father who deserted him and a mother who despised him, Sean didn’t think things could get much worse … until he was kicked out of home for being gay. Now he’s discovered he has three half-sisters on the other side of the world. This might be his last chance to find people who will love and accept him. But he’s terrified that if they find out who he really is then they’ll reject him like the rest of his family.

Sean arrives in Houston and is stunned by the warm welcome he receives from his sisters. He dares to hope that maybe this time things will be different. That’s when he meets Hayden Johnson. To follow his heart means risking everything with his newfound family.

Hayden is tired of endless dating. He’s looking for a man to love, someone to spend the rest of his life with. His boss’s new brother ticks all the boxes on the attraction scale, but there’s just one problem – he’s not gay.

Will Sean let his fears rule him, or will he let in the chance of love and find a place where he belongs?

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