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Legacies By Harvey Jones,

  • Title: Legacies
  • Author: Harvey Jones
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The sequel to Hook Up further challenges stereotypical ideas about love, relationships, gender identity and sexuality.Reunite with Macy and Tobias as they continue their journey through the ups and downs of life The story of their friend Emma s life unfolds and we discover details about her legacy, Sirens Hotel and the family of people who run it all of whom have hadThe sequel to Hook Up further challenges stereotypical ideas about love, relationships, gender identity and sexuality.Reunite with Macy and Tobias as they continue their journey through the ups and downs of life The story of their friend Emma s life unfolds and we discover details about her legacy, Sirens Hotel and the family of people who run it all of whom have had their lives changed for the better by The Countess Macy s family and friends work harder than ever to try to broaden the boundaries of relationships and celebrate life and love in all its diversity, without prejudice They learn that life is too short hide your true self, so it is worth living to the fullest
    Legacies The sequel to Hook Up further challenges stereotypical ideas about love relationships gender identity and sexuality Reunite with Macy and Tobias as they continue their journey through the ups and do

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    1. In this sequel to Hook Up we get to know Macy better I have also read the first book Hook Up This story was well written and I enjoyed reading it It was a very relaxing read, and I love the message in the story that everyone, no matter what their choices in life are, and whether those choices are different than my own or not, deserves not to be judged for those decisions, and if everyone accepted the diversity of love, humans are capable of, the world would be a better place.

    2. I was excited to read about Macy and Tobias, and loved the introduction of new characters and their complicated, dark pasts Dark pasts that were turned into hopeful futures The characters we knew from the first book become even lovable in the second, and compel you to keep reading Harvey Jones does a wonderful job of normalizing love of all kinds in these stories Wonderful afternoon read

    3. Legacies, subtitle We are who we are is an erotic fantasy novelette Even though short it is much than erotic literature What sets it apart is that author Harvey Jones does not write lopsided erotica She offers a complete spectrum of fantasies Legacies really describes a concept of living and loving your way Though, at times, I felt the story was packing too much content, it is also the book s greatest strength The story begins with Emma and Maylee s story Emma has a flashback and remembers how [...]

    4. The story continued on from Hook up by telling the story of the hardship and troubled life of Emma, I was really enjoying it up until the point that every character who was related to Macy had a problem with their sexuality, that in one family we had a gay male couple Macy s Son , a couple that had a crossdressing husband and a wife who was a Dominatrix also swingers Macy and Tobias and another couple where the girlfriend was a transgender Macy s other son s girlfriend if the story had just conc [...]

    5. Having read Hook Up not too long ago, the characters of Macy and Tobias were still fresh in my mind This sequel weaves in new characters and takes the storyline in a totally unexpected direction The main theme as before was tolerance and acceptance and here we see that beauty may be found in places where others see ugliness and that love may be found, sometimes and in fact often, in unexpected places As always, I don t want to give away spoilers, but suffice it to say Legacies by Harvey Jones ha [...]

    6. Having read Hook Up, I enjoyed reading about Macy and Tobias relationship as it evolved in the sequel This book also goes into Emma s background There is sex, drama and intrigue throughout the narrative, all making Legacies a thoroughly fun and fast read Like it s predecessor, Legacies delves into important social issues very relevant and needed at this time teaching tolerance and acceptance, while also telling an interesting story I highly recommend this book it comes at a time when education [...]

    7. I read legacies before I read hook up, I still was able to get into the book and understand it I actually thought this book was a sweet book, it shows how people are kind, caring and accepting of who others are no matter their choices.The only reason I gave it 4 5 stars was because of the age, I m 24 and it could have been my grandad nanna embarking on these lust and love filled relationships However, that being said, if i forgot about the age I really enjoyed it.

    8. I read legacies before I read hook up, I still was able to get into the book and understand it I actually thought this book was a sweet book, it shows how people are kind, caring and accepting of who others are no matter their choices The only reason I gave it 4 5 stars was because of the age, I m 24 and it could have been my grandad nanna embarking on these lust and love filled relationships However, that being said, if i forgot about the age I really enjoyed it.

    9. Legacies continue from the authors first book Hook Up It adds new characters and you get to meet the family Really enjoyed reading this Lots of sexy scenes, great storyline and at times it makes you hold your breathe Happy and sad parts exactly what a should have Great characters and beautifully written would recommend this to any romance and short story fans xx

    10. Having read the first book Hook Up, I was curious to see where Legacies was going to go It was interesting to read about Macy and Tobias relationship and to learn about her children and their lives I also enjoyed meeting new people and seeing examples of the impact that one person can have on the lives of others This story was another great example of the importance of tolerance and acceptance of diversity A recommended read

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