Aaron has waited years for a man who can share his heart and he insists it's party boy Zach.
Word Count: 94,711
Two men whose love has never faltered must relive their most treasured moments in order to secure their future.
Word Count: 53,026
If Ben wants to find love with Micah, he'll have to own up to the truth of who he is.
Word Count: 68,858
David must find the courage to share himself and Jonathan must find the strength to tell the truth.
Word Count: 69,357
Boyfriends come and go but best friends are forever has always been Andrew and Caleb's mantra. Can they be both?
Word Count: 63,145
Serious, responsible Seth longs for sexy, outspoken Eli but must decide if he's willing to veer from his safe life-plan.
Word Count: 68,252
For best friends Jake and Nate the question isn't how they ended up in bed together but how they stay there.
Word Count: 82,569
The Home Collection Box Set
Word Count: 500,000
These books are linked by theme or world. They are independent and can be read in any order.
Cardeno always produces great material and this book was not an exception. It was charming, romantic, funny and although a short story it had a solid plot.
This is an interesting take on the age old story of shifters. One pack has given up the old ways and teachings, the other still very much in tune. And because of this, one wolf is very confused and one is thrilled of the new life that’s about to began.
I love this story. It shows what you can do when you truly do love someone and are willing to accept them flaws and all. Also shows that real love will truly set you free.
I am head over heels for the Home series and have been since I first read it nearly two years ago. I've also stated in the past that is near impossible to pick a favorite of the series, but there is one that I love marginally better than all the rest. Well, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce you to Just What the Truth Is, my very favorite book in Cardeno C's Home series. Why do I love this book so much? Well, let me tell you. I'll start with the characters. If I've said it once, I've said it a billion times. Cardeno C is a master of characterization, and this story proves that. ... And the plot is engrossing. Ben's journey from momma's boy to his own man is something to behold. It is a bumpy, hard, and ugly road, but the outcome is beautiful. ... So, yes, I absolutely, hands down love Ben and Micah's story. It's emotional and lovely. In such a character-driven series, these characters are perfect. I love the story and absolutely love this series. If you haven't read any of the books in this series, don't worry. This series is written so that each story is a standalone and can be read in any order. My advice? Read them all. You won't regret it. And start wherever you want, but definitely read this book. I highly, highly recommend Just What the Truth Is by Cardeno C.