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A Good Neighbour (London Lads Book 3) by [London, Clare]
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3.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
Book 3 of 3 in London Lads (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2335 KB
  • Print Length: 69 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 2 edition (19 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XXX6CJN
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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Having loved book two in in this series, I was so looking forward to reading this one. Sadly, this one wasn't close to the calibre of it's predecessor. For me, there wasn't an awful lot to the story and what there was felt underdeveloped.

Dylan lives in a small town, in the house in which he was raised, by his two meddling 'Aunts'. The ladies, who no longer live there, come to visit Dylan regularly and are determined to set him up with next door neighbour Josie, all because Dylan has hidden his sexuality from everyone. He believes that coming out would be suicide for his teaching career. His real interest lies with Josie's brother Neal, who travels and is away from home for long periods due to his journalist job.

I didn't really understand the two men. They both do a complete one-eighty regarding their plans and intentions but the reader doesn't get into their heads to find out their motivations to find out why. It felt like chunks of the story had been missed out and it didn't make sense to me. Don't get me wrong, it's a good story and has the pre-requisite HEA but it left me with one of those 'what did I miss?' moments.

I like CL's writing style, she is a good story teller and can definitely create chemistry and sexual tension between the characters, so, for this reason, I'll still read her next book. Although this is part of series, they are written as standalone novels, sharing the theme of the 'good neighbour' so don't need to be read in order.

Copy received from publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed for Alpha Book Club.
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~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~

This is the third in the series, but the first I have read, and enjoyed. It is a short story which has a happy ending - and involves two men who have been having a secret relationship for a while, so no instalove.

Dylan is stuck in suburbia, but has a secret lover who comes back to the UK between tv assignments. He believes he is destined to live a half life due to his own insecurities - but one afternoon tea turns everything upside down, but in a good way.

Thought this is not a fully fleshed out story, we get enough of an idea of both Neal and Dylan to sense the conflict between their desires and their reality - luckily Neal is prepared to chase his dream.

~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~
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This is the 1st book I've read by this author
Its a shortish book
I enjoyed it and its well written...

But I would of like just a bit more

In the book we see the guys when they are already together,
In books I love the build up, the sexual tension, the slow burn and the getting together
I would of loved to read more on these guys meeting and starting a relationship
So I was a little disappointed that I didn't get to read more

I did enjoy what I read and I think I would read more by this author as the book was well written, hopefully the next book has more.... sexual tension and a build up

A overall 3 star good read
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This is short and kind of sweet, but I didn't see how it was really connected to the author's The London Lads series, as London didn't really feature at all. But, it had a couple of decent leads, a couple of well-meaning but eccentric and meddling aunts and some gentle British humour.

Unfortunately, the leads were rather too low-key and not really passionate enough about each other to make their romance seem real. They kind of felt more like a couple of guys who happened to be gay and living in the same place.

ARC courtesy of Dreamspinner Press and SignalBoostPromotions for my reading pleasure.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved It!!! 21 April 2017
By carrie krogh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
A Good Neighbour’s the third book in the London Lads series by Clare London. It’s a standalone book. Although A Good Neighbour’s only 60 pages and is a quick read, it was engaging, descriptive, and very much enjoyable. I especially enjoyed the book because it’s set in and around London and I just got done visiting England in December, and it was fun to read about some of the places that I had visited.
Dylan’s a single man living in a small suburban town. He doesn’t date, and he’s a school teacher. He’s both proud of and resigned to being a good nephew to his mischievous great-aunts. When his great-aunts attempt to be matchmakers, they try to set him up with the girl next door, Josie. However, it isn’t Josie that he’s interested in. He’s interested in her brother, Neal.
Neal’s a journalist and gets sent all over the place for his job. In between assignments he stays at his sister’s town property. He’s a free spirit and loves to travel and visit new places. He loves his relationship with Dylan even though they have to keep it secret. Recently though he’s been fantasizing about Dylan coming with him on his assignments, so they can explore the new places together instead of him coming home and telling him about them.
There’s some discord in Neal’s and Dylan’s secret relationship, and they have to figure out where they’re heading in the future and what they both want out of it. And Dylan needs to figure out if he’s going to find the courage to be the man that he knows himself to be and to compromise on some of the things that Neal wants out of their relationship.
I was biting my lip while I continued to read to see whether they would be able to work out their problems or not. Even with the book only being 60 pages, I was still invested in the story, and I loved all of the characters. Dylan’s mischievous great-aunts were a hoot, and I loved how they manipulated him and Neal. Dylan and Neal were opposites in both looks and attitudes, but they brought out the best in each other and made each other whole.
A delightful read with some pretty steamy scenes and just enough angst. I can’t wait to read more books by Cate Langdon.

***The ARC was provided by Dreamspinner Press. My review is an honest opinion of the book***
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3.0 out of 5 stars A overall 3 star good read 19 April 2017
By Faye errington (M/M Book Addicts) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the 1st book I've read by this author
Its a shortish book
I enjoyed it and its well written...

But I would of like just a bit more

In the book we see the guys when they are already together,
In books I love the build up, the sexual tension, the slow burn and the getting together
I would of loved to read more on these guys meeting and starting a relationship
So I was a little disappointed that I didn't get to read more

I did enjoy what I read and I think I would read more by this author as the book was well written, hopefully the next book has more.... sexual tension and a build up

A overall 3 star good read
3.0 out of 5 stars Very low-key with a little eccentric British humour, and ends in the start of a HEA. 19 April 2017
By Roroblu'sMum - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is short and kind of sweet, but I didn't see how it was really connected to the author's The London Lads series, as London didn't really feature at all. But, it had a couple of decent leads, a couple of well-meaning but eccentric and meddling aunts and some gentle British humour.

Unfortunately, the leads were rather too low-key and not really passionate enough about each other to make their romance seem real. They kind of felt more like a couple of guys who happened to be gay and living in the same place.

ARC courtesy of Dreamspinner Press and SignalBoostPromotions for my reading pleasure.
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