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The first review is a 5-star!

Over on Goodreads, the first review of RE-INVENTING LOVE is in. Five stars. Thank you, Tee.

She says: “In this great adventure story you will be taken into a science world like no other.”

MaxAnd who’s up for a sexy excerpt? (In order to capture the feel of the era, the language is a little more flowery than my other books.)

Max suspected he was falling in love with his employer. He wished it might be otherwise, but he found himself helpless to stop the headlong rush into dizzying joy. He promised himself he’d never act upon this new feeling and granted himself permission to enjoy the unrequited longing—from a distance. Although most days that distance was negligible as they labored side-by-side at the desk and workbench.

Their fingers touched, their shoulders pressed together. Max knew Jasper’s scent as well as his own. The smell of good, clean sweat combined with lithium-based lubricants had been known to give Max a most embarrassing erection right there in the lab! Flushed and blushing, he’d rely on his heavy leather apron for concealment.

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The guy in the picture? Is Max Green, assistant inventor. Once a promising engineer, he was forced to flee Germany  when reports of his homosexuality reached the authorities. Oh, no! What will happen to Max?

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