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  • Title: Lavender
  • Author: Xavier Axelson
  • ISBN: 9781634864220
  • Page: 430
  • Format: ebook
  • Following the sudden death of his father, Lawrence Law Crow must not only comfort his bereaved mother, but also find the strength to continue running the family business, a local and beloved lavender farm in the mountains of northern California At first, consumed with his own grief and struggling to find meaning in life, Law indulges in his vices, mainly by surrenderingFollowing the sudden death of his father, Lawrence Law Crow must not only comfort his bereaved mother, but also find the strength to continue running the family business, a local and beloved lavender farm in the mountains of northern California At first, consumed with his own grief and struggling to find meaning in life, Law indulges in his vices, mainly by surrendering to his sexual urges with numerous men, all in a desperate battle to forget his pain and to end the emotional turmoil tearing him apart.But when a stunningly handsome and passionate Spanish soccer player named Garbi suddenly crosses his path, Law discovers light in the possibility of love Does Garbi have the ability to heal Law s shattered heart, provide him with purpose, and help him fully embrace the joy of living once again amidst the beautiful and fragrant lavender fields
    Lavender Following the sudden death of his father Lawrence Law Crow must not only comfort his bereaved mother but also find the strength to continue running the family business a local and beloved lavender

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    1. One of my all time favorite books is Lily by Xavier Axelson It wasn t what I was expecting when I read the blurb, it was so much better and I really fell in love with the author s writing style It stuck with me and Lavender is much the same The author does not write your typical hearts and flowers or perfectly perfect characters His MC s are flawed and their encounters are gritty It s different and I appreciate how he can pull all the rough edges together and give a plethora of emotions in a few [...]

    2. So about Law he s the kind of guy that I have a hard time warming up to, and to be honest when I first started reading this story up until about two thirds of the way through I thought I was never going to get to any point where I would like him Yes, he s grieving, and yes, he feels alone and abandoned when his mother leaves to escape her own grief What I was not happy with was how he dealt with his situation through random, meaningless sexual encounters or the occasional one sided tryst with De [...]

    3. Lavender ARC was graciously provided to me by Gay Book Reviews for an honest review The Healing Powers of Lavender Lavender, by Xavier Axelson, is a book with a beautiful premise, which takes place in northern California, set amongst the absolutely beautiful and aromatic lavender fields These popular fields having been nurtured by Law and his family at their popular family farm for years, Law finds himself suffering greatly after the untimely passing of his father This quick chapter free read, w [...]

    4. Law is immersed in loss His father died suddenly in the very fields of lavender he loved, leaving behind a grieving widow and a son who is lost and unable to find his way back Law has returned from school to work the family lavender farm, only to discover that his father was the life blood of the place Now his mother must flee to her home country of France before the burden of her grief destroys her, leaving Law to carry on and not only run the family business but, importantly, to disperse his [...]

    5. There are times when Law comes across as, well, a jackass He does redeem himself in the end thanks to Garbi s love Grabi is the sexy, Spanish soccer player that heats up the pages And I do mean heat up Fans self FULL REVIEW thetbrpile.weebly reviews

    6. 2.5 stars I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads This is pure smut Even attempting to call this erotica feels a bit too civilized The cover suggests a gentle romance and the blurb talks about bereavement and loss but most of this short story is just a string of explicit, imaginative, yet mostly emotionless sexual encounters between Law and a series of partners There are a few attempts at plot as Law makes a few efforts to take control of his farm after his father s d [...]

    7. This book begins with emotional pain The death of Law s beloved father, in the lavender field he cherished, causes untold grief for the son and widow left behind You can feel their agony in every word Mom deals with it by ignoring everything, including her son, and Law deals with it with sex anonymous, constant and emotionless The story is told in first person by Law and his agony over losing his father is so raw It starts to make him harsh in his dealings with life and yet, life has to go on Wh [...]

    8. This is a book about a man whose world is Falling apart around him Law is a man who is lost He lost his father, who is also his best friend though he never says so The pain he is feeling over the loss of his father is than he can handle To make things worse his mom is in just as bad shape as Law is but she is wanting to leave their home on top of everything else to grieve her loss in Paris with her side of the family.Law now feels as if he has lost both parents at the same time Law knows that e [...]

    9. Sadly this one just wasn t for me I felt that it started off alright, but it just didn t feel like it went anywhere and I found it to be too much about sex and angst without any real romance or strong plot to hold my attention It s only a short story, didn t take me than an hour or so to finish, but it was different from what I had expected when I started By all means judge for yourself, but sadly I can t rate this any higher as I just didn t connect with it I was provided with an ARC of Lavend [...]

    10. A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words ReviewRating 3.75 stars out of 5For the full review wp p220KL bkhFrom that review I read Xavier Axelson for the lyricism of his narrative His words can flow with a beauty that can haunt you, surprising you with their imagery and emotions From the synopsis, this seemed perfect for that the sort of story I ve come to expect from this author in the past What I found was a mixture of new and remembered For all our reviews, author interviews and such, visit us at [...]

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