Friday, December 11, 2015

Blog Tour: Her Kind of Man (review & giveaway)

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Her Kind of Man by Nona Raines 

SPECTRUM, #2 

Publication Date: November 10, 2015 

Genres: AdultContemporaryLGBTRomance

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During the day, Roy Girard works with truckers. It's a macho environment where a man is judged by how tough he is. And everyone knows Roy as one of the toughest.
On his own time Roy helps mentor young people who are LGBT, and cares about them as if they were his own. He's in love with Venetia, a trans woman. He's careful to keep his nine-to-five completely separate from his private life. He knows his work buddies wouldn't understand. And he doesn't want Venetia exposed to their crude, narrow-minded views. It's his job to protect her. But when his two worlds collide, he has to make a choice. In trying to protect the woman he loves, he asks for more than she can give. In his need to keep her safe, he risks pushing her out of his life forever.
*NOTE* Her Kind of Man is the sequel to His Kind of Woman.

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Nona Raines

Nona Raines is a former librarian who lives in upstate New York with her many pets. She’s currently working on her next novel between walking the dog and shooing the cats off the laptop. Her romances are published with The Wild Rose Press and Loose Id. Her transgender romance His Kind of Woman was nominated for the 2014 DABWAHA sponsored by the Dear Author and Smart Bitches, Trashy Books review blogs. Her most recent work is the romance novella Write to Me and the transgender romance Her Kind of Man.


Her Kind of Man continues the story of Venetia and Roy. Now they are finally a couple but it's all new for both of them. Roy has to deal with his work environment and his macho culture while protecting Venetia and the kids at Spectrum.

The story is only around 80 pages long so the action never stops. The rhythm is always constant and the story has no low point. The romance is sweet and sexy. I enjoyed the sexiness and it’s easy to get immerse in the love that the characters share.

The author creates real characters with real personalities living real situations. I liked how she deals with the topic without abusing of stereotypes or clichés. Venetia and the kids sound believable and it’s easy to love all of them. I also liked that the author isn’t defending their relationship or criticizing people with different opinions, she is using the reality to create a wonderful fiction.

I cannot wait to read more about Venetia and Roy. They are a powerful couple that brings originality and strength to romance books.

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