‘Hurricane Dreams’ Audie and Calhoun (Southern Seduction Book 4) by Julia McBryant #LGBT #Review #ReleaseDay #EroticRomance #Series

Wendy Reviews ‘Hurricane Dreams’ Audie and Calhoun (Southern Seduction Book 4) by Julia McBryant.  Self published September 9, 2019, 63 pages.

Audie Currell, the only son of one of the richest families in Charleston, runs off from his parent’s wine tasting with his father’s business associate’s son, Calhoun Chatterton. They start dating in secret. But Audie’s abusive childhood stands in the way of an authentic relationship — as does their families’ homophobia. They have to hide their relationship while coping with Audie’s trauma. Can two naive teenagers manage such a difficult task?

*A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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Why I read this story: This is the 4th installment of the Southern Seduction series and I’ve loved the other stories in this series.

Once again, Julia McBryant proves that there can be romance and plot and substance to an erotic short story. These young men are so sweet and loving and have those tortured souls that cry out for love and rejoice when they find each other. I will follow the story of these two into their old age if the author takes us there. I’m loving this Southern Seduction series so much! They have all been wonderful and exceeded my expectations for an erotic short. The way this author can make me so invested in her characters is amazing. I feel like I could know them, be their neighbor or perhaps an adopted auntie that hands out hugs and baked goods. She can do all that and still make me swoon and melt into a puddle. ❤

10/10 Pots of Gold or 100% recommended

Julia McBryant lives in the prettiest city in the whole world with her roving nebula of German Shepherds and adopted greyhounds. Southern born, Southern bred, and when she dies, she’ll be Southern dead, Julia loves crafting all the things, especially with gold glitter; horseback riding; looking for fossils on the beach; and hiking in the mountains of North Carolina.

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