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He Completes Me

He Completes Me

Aaron has waited years for a man who can share his heart and he insists it's party boy Zach.

Word Count: 94,711

Home Again

Home Again

Two men whose love has never faltered must relive their most treasured moments in order to secure their future.

Word Count: 53,026

The One Who Saves Me

The One Who Saves Me

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

Walk With Me

Walk With Me

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

Finding love brings you home.

These books are linked by theme or world. They are independent and can be read in any order.


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Reviews

Seet with a lovely ending and if you need a smile to brighten your day, this story will definitely do it.

Love Bytes Reviews

The romance in this story really is beautiful. Two powerful males making out is just as about as hot as it gets but you can feel the love, its a powerful combination.

Jo and Isa Love Books

 I liked this book a lot when I read it. I loved it more when I listened to it. Recommended for a sweet, feel good time.

Hearts on Fire Reviews

There wasn't anything that I didn't love about this book. I realize I say that a lot about Cardeno C.'s work, but the author really is that good and I feel as if I'm right there immersed within the story. Watching David and Jonathan fall in love was intense and amazing. Seeing what happened after ... just reinforced my belief that there are good, decent people in the world who know how to love through thick and thin.

Rainbow Book Reviews

It's no secret that I am a huge Cardeno C fan. So it will come as no surprise that I loved He Completes Me when I first read it, and the second time, and the third...well, you see where I'm going with this. With He Completes Me, Cardeno C takes angst out of the equation and gives readers a story worthy of fairytale status. The outcast, black sheep of the family meets and falls in love with the white knight and in turn becomes a hero himself. It would be very poetic if not for Zach. He would say screw the poetry and find some vodka. Not one for waxing poetic, that Zach. ... I love the inner struggle that Zach suffers throughout this book. From accepting who he is to his certainty that he will never be good enough for Aaron, from his independence as a man without family to his newly found family. This book is really about Zach's growth, his forgiveness and acceptance of his family. It's a sweet, sweet story of finding love in an unexpected place and time and the growth of that love. And it also has a good bit of humor. It's a wonderful, feel good story.

Joyfully Jay