Open Roads

Tyler Phillips enjoys his small town life He ll never get rich working the family business, but he knows there s to a man than the size of his bank account Easing into mid life, Tyler s restless for something he can t find in the little borough of Easton male companionship.Noel Springs got caught up in the economic downturn With his job gone, and retirement many yeTyler Phillips enjoys his small town life He ll never get rich working the family business, but he knows there s to a man than the size of his bank account Easing into mid life, Tyler s restless for something he can t find in the little borough of Easton male companionship.Noel Springs got caught up in the economic downturn With his job gone, and retirement many years in the future, Noel decides to take a long drive and see some of the country before dedicating himself to finding new employment The open road is just what he needs.But when Noel s car overheats outside the little town of Easton, he discovers the local mechanic is far hotter than his radiator, and just as eager to blow off some steam
Open Roads Tyler Phillips enjoys his small town life He ll never get rich working the family business but he knows there s to a man than the size of his bank account Easing into mid life Tyler s restless for s

  • Title: Open Roads
  • Author: K.C. Kendricks
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Open Roads”

    1. Sweet and lovely story!Tyler and Noel are both great characters, I loved their rather fast, but absolutely believable relationship development and the epilogue's a nice touch too.I've read this story as a part of Working Stiffs, but now I'm hooked on the Marionville series as well and need to read the other books asap :)

    2. Sweet Follow-Up to the First in the SeriesTyler and Noel meet up cute when Noel Spring's car overheats while on a trip to escape his now unemployed life in Chicago. It happens that it starts overheating before he sees a sign on the interstate many miles south of Chicago advertising a small town repair shop which happens to have one seriously hot sole proprietor, Tyler Phillips.Noel is a 40-year-old professional who has no one in his life to call his own anymore and Tyler is about 10 years younge [...]

    3. In this Men of Marionville story, Noel's car coasts into town and makes it to Tyler's garage. What he gets is a lot more than a heat core. Tyler and Noel are both lonely and a bit afraid to take a chance, but they realize they have a connection that is deeper than just sexual chemistry. Tyler wants Noel to stay but is afraid to push him too much too quickly. There are a few coincidences and we see Dylan and Heath and Travis from book 1 in some supporting roles as well. Really a nice story about [...]

    4. Now, reading this story felt nostalgic. I liked both MC's. Sure everything they had at the beginning was hot sex and a possibility for a deeper relationship if they gave it a try. 2010/August/22 - 4 star ratingThe story is hot and the couple is trully good together. The only bad side is the story is to short, he he. Well written romantic story with reality touch.I enjoyed the read and think it's highly REOMMENDED.

    5. Open Roads is probably the sweetest book in the series and the one I enjoyed the most. No angst or unnecessary drama, just a feel-good romance with characters who were brought together by fate and couldn't be more perfect for one another.

    6. Who knew a little car trouble can change your whole life? Looks like Tyler did. The minute he met Noel he knew things were changing, or rather he was one way or the other. With Noel or starting a new life on his own. Another great read from KC.

    7. It all starts with a break down and then things move really quick from there. Yet is seems these guys are headed for their own forever.

    8. Sweet and short. Simple and to the point. A small town kind of love with a down-home kind of twang.

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