His Mossy Boy (Beings in Love, #8)

His Mossy Boy (Beings in Love, #8) ❴Reading❵ ➷ His Mossy Boy (Beings in Love, #8) Author R. Cooper – Undercostruction.eu Years Ago, A Very Intoxicated Martin Nearly Died In The Woods Outside Everlasting, And A Beautiful Creature Saved Him, Although Martin S Done His Best To Forget It He Spends His Time In A Haze Of Weed As He Avoids His Emotionally Abusive Mother And The Way He Feels About Men Martin Is Already A Weirdo In His Isolated Small Town He Doesn T Need A Sexuality Crisis Too He S A Mess, But Someone Or Something Always Seems To Take Care Of Him, Usually A Tall, Sarcastic Deputy By The Name Of Ian Forrester.No One Knows Much About Ian, Which Is How He And His Family Prefer It Ian Has Resigned Himself To A Lonely Life Keeping His Secrets And Guarding His Forest It S Safe To Dream Of Martin, Because Martin Never Remembers Ian Helping Him Besides, Martin Barely Speaks To Ian, So Nothing Can Ever Grow Between Them Right But With The Dragons And The Magic Back In Everlasting, Suddenly Anything Seems Possible, Even A Happily Ever After For Two Men Who Never Expected One.

  • 4.5
  • 8840
  • English
  • 18 July 2017
  • ebook
  • 350 pages
  • His Mossy Boy (Beings in Love, #8)
  • R. Cooper

10 thoughts on “His Mossy Boy (Beings in Love, #8)

  1. Chris, the Dalek King says:

    His Mossy Boy, the latest in R Cooper s Beings Series takes place not long after the ending of Treasure for Treasure While Zarrin and Joe MCs of Treasure are finally starting to settle into their lives together, that doesn t mean everyone else in Everlasting is doing just as well Specifically the main characters of this story, Martin who works at the cafe with Joe and Ian who is a sheriff s deputy and something a bit .Martin, plagued by an verbally abusive mother and a lifetime of sel His Mossy Boy, the latest in R Cooper s Beings Series takes place not long after the ending of Treasure for Tre...

  2. Sofia says:

    Fits slots 21 A book from a nonhuman perspective of my book challenge

  3. Kasia Bacon says:

    3.75 I do love R Cooper s books They are my comfort reads The writing is effortless and imaginative I like the characters and the dialogue.I did enjoy this one as well, even though I thought it could do with a bit ...

  4. Leanne says:

    4.5 stars rounded upA warm and fuzzy, emotional Yes from this happy reader.I loved it for being long and unhurried and immersive in the way that reminded me of some of the best fics I ve read I loved seeing Ren and Joe again seriously, R Cooper characters are my crack

  5. Serena Yates says:

    None of the couples in the magical, supernatural world of R Cooper s Being s In Love series have had an easy time of it, and none of them were of the insta love type at least in terms of any of the prospective partners doing something about their feelings However, His Mossy Boy is the slowest of the slow burn romances I have encountered so far The angst, doubts, special considerations, and hang ups of both men truly reach epic proportions in this book For me, at times this made it alm None of the couples in the magical, supernatural world of R Cooper s Being s In Love series have had an easy time of it, and none of them were of the insta love type at least in terms of any of the prospective partners doing something about their feelings However, His Mossy Boy is the slowest of the slow burn romances I have encountered so far The angst, doubts, special considerations, and hang ups of both men truly reach epic proportions in this book For me, at times this m...

  6. Hollis Shiloh says:

    Lovely and thought provoking Thoughtfully written with lots of feelings and complicated characters I like that R Cooper continues to expand this world, and frankly, I have a real craving for a certain imaginary comic book I won...

  7. Relly says:

    Good addition 3.75 starsI liked this one, it was a very long book and occasionally was a little bit of a hard slog, but Martin and Ian worked their magic and I enjoyed their story I felt for Martin trying to work out who he was and liked the way Ian dealt with him, I also lik...

  8. Lyn Forester says:

    R Cooper does it again his Mossy boy is officially my new favorite by her Martin is so precious and confused and wanting to be brave while terrified to take chances As always, Cooper know how to pack the feelings in and this book does not disappoint Add in a character I m dying to know about from Book 4 in the series and I just SQUEED all the way through this read.If you re looking for a sweet, somewhat sad book full of mutual pining, love, and eventual happiness with a touch of the parano R Cooper does it again his Mossy boy is officially my new favorite by her Martin is so precious and confused and wanting to be brave while terrified to take chances As alw...

  9. Cassandra says:

    01 10 While adorably cute also angsty to the max As in Amy Lane can learn something from this angsty ___13 09HOW WAS I NOT AWARE THIS HAPPENED Obviously I need to read this immediately.

  10. Santy says:

    The narration here was soooo good Christopher Patton was awesome His voice performance for Martin especially was so relatable and exactly what I thought should be I think he pushed this book to a 5 star status for me.However, this rating does not depend solely on the voice performance , the story rocked my world I loved everything about this book.Martin was a bumbling, awkward, clumsy, anxiety ridden mess prone to perpetual low self esteem and bouts of self loathing However, he was such a f The narration here was soooo good Christopher Patton was awesome His voice performance for Martin especially was so relatable and exactly what I thought should be I think he pushed this book to a 5 star status for me.However, this rating does not depend solely on the voice performance , the story rocked my world I loved everything about this book.Martin was a bumbling, awkward, clumsy, anxiety ridden mess prone to perpetual low self esteem and bouts of self loathing However, he was such a funny, endearing sweetheart with equally ridiculous inner monologues He had very valid reasons for his anxiety years of verbal abuse from his evil witch of a mother who needs to be ended and as such he was my favourite character.Ian wasreserved sarcastic as hell too but I still loved him nonetheless He had rules he had to live by which shaped his every waking moment but he still managed to take care of, and be there for Martin whenever needed That, and his total unconditional acce...

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