Slow Bloom (Electronic book text) / Author: Anah Crow / Author: Dianne Fox ; ; Erotic fiction, Genre fiction, Fiction, Books. Title: Slow Bloom Author: Anah Crow and Dianne Fox Publisher: Torquere Books Genre: M/M Contemporary Length: Novel ( pages). Anah Crow’s author page. Latest releases, complete book list Anah Crow. Most recent releases; Most Slow Bloom (Slow Bloom #1). Anah Crow, Dianne Fox.

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The other thing that bothered me was the outcome when Ricky at last tells his parents of his relationship with Jack. Ricky has had a crush on Jack since he was 14 y.

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And it was mostly sex. Ohhh Jack and Ricky My father had a high school classmate who married a second time to a woman 32 years younger than he. I will admit, the prologue was cheesy. He was croow Ricky know that he was there, but he was allowing Ricky to enjoy college life unfettered by a commitment to the hot older man at home.

No Glitter Blown rated it 6 years ago http: Ricky seemed very mature for bloom age. Thanks for the review and the insight into the book!

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This plays out sexually, and it becomes clear that this relationship is a lot more than sex. On one unfortunate day, the lawnmower breaks and Ricky with his tan skin and swimmers body catches the eye of his years boom crush, Jack. The supporting characters, of which there are quite a few, are also well written and are good additions to the story.


It actually made some of the many sex scenes interesting. Up until then it would’ve been a steady 4 star read. While I can understand Jack not getting emotionally involved, the thought of a teenage boy not doing so did not seem realistic to me.

I wouldn’t normally have the patience to let a story drag out over so many months but this novel lends itself particulrly well to that type of timed release. Fortunately, they decide on a different way to work that still produces a sweat. They’re both very open and honest with one another and the trust grows exponentially crkw every rendezvous. Thanks for telling us about the problem. But overall I really liked it.

Refresh and try again. Sure, Jack does spoil Ricky, takes him out for fancy dinners and buys him things, but not in the beginning. Then the basket with flowers on the beheaded stock-model caught my eye and my excitement ebbed away. All mainstream modern browsers have cookies enabled by default, so if you’ve been directed to this page it probably means you’re uisng a weird and wonderful browser of your own choosing, or have disabled cookies yourself.

Not so open and understanding when told about Jack. Open Preview See a Problem? Anah Crow and Dianne Fox are excellent writers and have created a memorable, entertaining blooom engaging story that I enjoyed reading very much. The age difference could soow been a big issue if handled incorrectly. They have intimacy and a connection that develops slowly which left no doubt about their relationship. But reading the words “old man” over and over and over got ridiculous.


I can’t quite picture a dad who is a judge by the way being okay with his son having a sexual relationship with a man older than him the father. Not wanting to call his parents he boom even though he hasn’t seen Jack since the afternoon they spent together to call him for help.

Slow Bloom (Slow Bloom #1) by Anah Crow

And… did Bloon mention there are manties????? They call, they email, they buy sentimental things for each other and that evolves into special trips to spend time together which just makes the ache worse when they have to part again. Month after month a chapter was released. This is a slow burn or bloom, however you want to phrase it.