Loving Jordan: The Complete Trilogy

Loving Jordan The Complete Trilogy A painful longing Jordan knows his crush on Rick is hopeless His football teammate and lifelong friend is straight Now that they re heading off to college in separate states maybe Jordan can finally

  • Title: Loving Jordan: The Complete Trilogy
  • Author: Andrea Dalling
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A painful longing Jordan knows his crush on Rick is hopeless His football teammate and lifelong friend is straight Now that they re heading off to college in separate states, maybe Jordan can finally find a man who ll return his feelings He doesn t know Rick s secret every time he s with a girl, all he can think about is Jordan A shattering encounter Two weeks beforA painful longing Jordan knows his crush on Rick is hopeless His football teammate and lifelong friend is straight Now that they re heading off to college in separate states, maybe Jordan can finally find a man who ll return his feelings He doesn t know Rick s secret every time he s with a girl, all he can think about is Jordan A shattering encounter Two weeks before they start their freshman year, the pair spend the weekend in a mountain cabin with a king sized bed Years of simmering desire hit the flash point, and Jordan can t help falling in love with his best friend But Rick struggles to accept the truth He s afraid of his parents disappointment, and as time passes, he only retreats deeper into the closet A wrenching choice Jordan can t stop loving Rick, but he won t live a lie His ultimatum come out, or we re through traps Rick between his all American golden boy image and the man who could be his everything Will he risk it all to win Jordan s love This steamy gay romance trilogy is for a mature audience It has an HEA and no cliffhanger.

    • Free Download [Paranormal Book] ï Loving Jordan: The Complete Trilogy - by Andrea Dalling ✓
      318 Andrea Dalling
    • thumbnail Title: Free Download [Paranormal Book] ï Loving Jordan: The Complete Trilogy - by Andrea Dalling ✓
      Posted by:Andrea Dalling
      Published :2019-03-11T13:23:52+00:00

    One thought on “Loving Jordan: The Complete Trilogy”

    1. This is the first book I have read from this author. I will be honest I wasn't for sure about reading this book. It was the first book of its kind that I have read. With that being said, I loved this book. I loved the story between Jordan and Rick. There are times throughout the book that I wanted to strangle Rick. Seriously strangle him. Throughout the book you see the love that brought them both together and it broke my heart when something was going wrong. It's a great read and I would recomm [...]

    2. Fantastic journey of loveThis was an awesome trilogy! Jordan and Rick are beautiful and an exquisite example of unconditional love plus true friendship. Who doesn't wish they could marry their best friend, regardless of gender. The essence of true best friends is their ability to accept you in totality with all your quirks, flaws, faults and still prefer hanging out with you above all others. That's what Rick and Jordy had. Theirs is a beautiful love. Thanks Ms. Darling for a fantastic journey.

    3. Very Satisfying.Just finished these books and they were very good. Starting out as college bound lovers the romance didn't last but the love and friendship did. Rick loved Jordy but he refused to believe he was gay. Five years later Rick comes to the conclusion that he wants to try again with Jordy. The book is full of sweetness and loving sex,some angst but the development of Rick's character and his love for Jordy is wonderful to read. Thank you for a great book.

    4. The characters were the biggest problem for me. They didn't feel the age they were supposed to be. Their actions were off, their mental maturity was off, and their life experiences weren't quite right. Every major character was lacking in complexity. The plot was actually pretty good, but this was definitely a character driven book and the lack of character development was a problem.

    5. 3rd book was the best. I rolled my eyes a bit in the first at the easy transition from sex with only a girl to sex with a man, 2nd. Skimmed the angst and internal dialogue, the 3rd felt more real and realistic.

    6. TA stretchCome on, these are kids! Even at 1 year out of collage very few people have a great paying job much less having made it. I wish the author did research on how. one becomes an architect. How did Jordan's mom become so negative? There were a few hints but her actions were unexpected. How does an 18 year old gay virgin let his straight best buddy come on to him neither of them has experience. If u want to write a fairytale fine but let t reader know. Otherwise take the time develop the st [...]

    7. Thank goodness for loveBasically Jordan is gay and in love with his best friend Rick. Rick realizes he is gay or possibility exists that he is bit although he doesn't like women like he loved Jordan. The entire story is about realizing who you are, who you love, and how to tell others that you finally know. Both sets of mothers have difficult time with the relationship but fortunately decided the love these two share is what's important.Fortunately its now legal for same sex couples to be togeth [...]

    8. The first book isn't as good as the last one. Also, there is a large jump in time from the first story to the second. However, the last story was more interesting and had more reliable and believable conflict. It made it worth the wait. One problem was that the background characters are underdeveloped (except for Kat). However, since the first story almost only involves the two MCs, then it is understandable that the other characters don't have enough space to grow in.

    9. Not for me. This book was a fail for me. I did not like Rick's character at all. He was a selfish jerk. Really, it took him five years and a handful of women to make him realize that the love of his life was Jordy, whom he hadn't seen or had a relationship with for five years. And where was Jordy's self respect and pride letting Rick treat him this way and always giving in to Rick with no respect for himself. It made the book hard to stomach most of the way throughout.

    10. SweetI really liked the first book. Both protagonists were young and sweet. A gay kid in love with his best friend. The best friend finally has a sexual awakening. The second installment I just wanted to slap him! By the third installment one realizes that it's not quite so simple. The parents finish out the story and the ending is almost predictable, wonderful none the less.

    11. Good book The characters were good, I got the feeling of getting to know them through the story. The storyline was very good in describing the struggles gay people go through both with interaction with other people and within them self. Sometimes I thought the lines were a little cheesy but I really like this book so I recommend it warmly.

    12. Rick and JordanThis trilogy was spectacular, I just loved it. Rick had to come to terms with who he truly was inside. Jordan and Rick finally find their way back to each other. Awesome story!

    13. Loving Jordan kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to know what happened next. It was well written and played out like a movie in my mind as I read. Rick and Jordan will pull you in from the first page and take you on a surprising ride along their journey to finding each other. I loved it. :)

    14. At first I thought this was going to be long and drawn out and full of back and forth angst but I was surprisingly wrong.

    15. AmazingI'm not sure there are enough words for how much I loved this trilogy. Sweet,steamy, touching, absolute perfection in every way.

    16. I really did enjoy this set of books. There was a lot that happened and I felt you really got to know the characters.

    17. 2.5 overallI liked the first story then it slowly went downhill. I really never understood a lot of the characters thought processes.

    18. Wow. This is my favorite M/M romance by far. Even though I got fed up with Rick, I still loved this whole series.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *