Set In Stone by Rachel Kane

This is a story about coming out, discovering love and standing up for yourself. Karl is a bit overanxious to share his views about everything, but he's a decent guy with his heart in the right place. Burns is a man who is too worried about what his coming out will do to his parents, so he would rather suffer in silence than be truthful with them. Reverend Ron is a real piece of work, his believing that he has the right to interfere in peoples lives is egotistical at best. Mrs. Burns isn't much better than Rev Ron. The storyline is intriguing and romantic, but also full of angst and confusion. The end was a real surprise and the epilogue is sweet.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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