Borrowing Trouble

Borrowing Trouble After an amicable divorce Jay Hill decided to move back to his rural hometown with his teenage kids Being on good terms with his ex wife and in laws has made the transition into single life pretty sm

  • Title: Borrowing Trouble
  • Author: Kade Boehme
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  • Page: 469
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  • After an amicable divorce, Jay Hill decided to move back to his rural hometown with his teenage kids Being on good terms with his ex wife and in laws has made the transition into single life pretty smooth Things were good and uncomplicated Then Landon Petty walked into his life Landon didn t expect to still be stuck in his hometown working at his dad s sawmill at thisAfter an amicable divorce, Jay Hill decided to move back to his rural hometown with his teenage kids Being on good terms with his ex wife and in laws has made the transition into single life pretty smooth Things were good and uncomplicated Then Landon Petty walked into his life Landon didn t expect to still be stuck in his hometown working at his dad s sawmill at this point in his life Being an openly gay truck driver was as awkward in practice as in description When Jay came to take over managerial duties at his dad s business, Landon was surprised to find a friend When Jay turns out not to be as straight as he thought, things get complicated When feelings for Landon shine a light on how much Jay s life has been actually half lived, he s forced to decide if he ll jump in with both feet or if he ll let Landon slip through his fingers.

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    1. Kade Boehme

      Kade Boehme is a southern boy without the charm, but all the sass Currently residing in New York City, he lives off of ramen noodles and too much booze He is the epitomy of dorkdom, only watching TV when Rachel Maddow or one of his sports teams is on Most of his free time is spent dancing, arguing politics or with his nose in a book He is also a hardcore Britney Spears fangirl and has an addiction to glitter.It was after writing a short story about boys who loved each other for a less than reputable adult website that he found his true calling, and hopefully a bit class He hopes to write about all the romance that he personally finds himself allergic to but that others can fall in love with He maintains that life is real and the stories should be, as well.

    202 thoughts on “Borrowing Trouble”

    1. See my review at Sinfully Addicted.4.5 Stars!“Borrowed trouble. Worth it.”Borrowing Trouble is the newest stand-alone M/M romance by Kade Boehme. I have really come to enjoy this author’s tales of romance and his style of writing and this particular story was the perfect balance of sweetness, angst and piping hot sexy times.Thirty-six year old Jay Hill’s marriage to his high school sweetheart, Beth, may have not worked out; however, he is bound and determined to be the stability that his [...]


    2. I really enjoyed Kade's "Borrowing Trouble," especially since it did so many things right, where other authors writing this same type of coming out story have so often gone horribly wrong for me. Landon was a 28 y.o. would-be-teacher-turned-truck-driver, helping out his father with driving and taking care of the company books, which was both exhausting and hell on maintaining any type of long-term relationship.Enter Jay, a handsome, divorced, 36 y.o. single father of two teenagers, hired by Land [...]


    3. 4 Stars!!“Borrowing Trouble” is a lovely story about reinventing yourself and finding love and happiness. It was sweet, tender, emotional, but it also was steamy and angsty at times. Jay Hill is a thirty-six years old man who after an amicable divorce with his school sweetheart decided to move back to his rural hometown. He lives with his two teenage kids, trying to offer them a good live and to be a good father for them, while his ex-wife decided to pursue a career in the city. Jay and his [...]


    4. Sadly, this did not work for me. I can give you a number of reasons but I'll narrow down to three:• How Jay had an "epiphany" and suddenly found Landon attractive felt well, too sudden and came out of nowhere. It was a bit premature especially since their friendship hadn't bloomed fully at that time. The author just laid out a chapter when Jay and Landon went to a bar. After that, it was a summary of the times they hung out and how being with each other's company felt nice and comforting. Then [...]


    5. I liked it but it was nothing earth-shattering. Usually, when I am totally in love with a book, I highlight all over the place. Just checked there and highlighted twice in this book.I don't know. Jay was married, albeit divorced for a couple of years. He meets Landon and wham, bam - ok, "thank you ma'am" won't work (but you get my meaning) - he is attracted to him. He was 36 and prior to this had absolutely NO feelings for another man or so he thought.I think by the length of my review that you [...]


    6. OMG, did I love this book! Some of my favorite stories are ones that have a quiet beauty to them and this book was just that. This is a slice of life story that takes place in small town USA. After his divorce, Jay moves back to town and begins working with Landon and his dad. The two strike up an easy friendship and respect for one another.What I loved:*Jay and Landon. Together and individually. Loved that they grew as individuals and as a couple.*The relationship development. I was so happy th [...]


    7. **4.5 stars**This was so beautiful! If I had to choose one word to describe this story, this would be it.This is basically the story of a man who reinvents himself.Jay got married at 20 and he recently broke up with the only woman he's ever been with. Jay has two kids and is a great father. Jay can't discuss his feelings with anyone.Jay doesn't really feel. Why can't he feel things? And why is it that since he met Landon, the openly gay guy from his hometown, he feels itchy in his skin?It's beca [...]


    8. There are so many great reviews of this book already, I'm not sure what I can add. I really liked this book. It was well written and sexy. Jay's sexual awakening was believable. Jay wasn't prone to deep thoughts; he wasn't dumb, but he learned early on that it was better not to analyze and just move on. Both men felt real to me. They were country boys, raised in Christian families in a small Mississippi town. It's hard for me to relate to such an upbringing because it's so different from mine. I [...]


    9. 3.5 Stars!This was a nice, easy read. Nothing really wrong with it but it didn't knock my socks off. What I did like was that these took their problems head on. They acted like adults. They talked.Add in some nice steam. Overall, a good read from Kade.


    10. *** 3.5 Stars ***I wasn't blown away by Borrowing Trouble, but I definitely enjoyed it. Kade seriously upped his editing game (yes! There is a god!) and then did what he always does - he wrote a compelling slice-of-life story with main characters that could be any two dudes you pass on the street (well, in the South, anyway). I appreciate that Boehme works within the conventions of the romance genre that we all know and love, but makes sure that his characters are - sometimes frustratingly - aut [...]



    11. BR with Momo, Julie, Els and NathanThis book was lovely.The GFY aspect was really well done.Landon and Jay were very sweet together without it being too syrupy. There was a lot of insecurities on both sides, but these guys talked about it. No miscommunication plot. I really enjoyed this one and if you are looking for a sweet GFY book, this is the book for you.Oh, and did I mention, the hot sex scenes…?


    12. This was a good story. Not my favorite by Kade, but a satisfying story indeed.I loved the fact that one of the MCs was in his late 30s. Jay moves back to his home town a few years after his amicable divorce with his children in tow. He befriends Landon, and the two of them begin a friendship for months before Jay begins to feel an attraction that freaks him right the hell out.I sincerely liked the simplicity of the romance here. Friends to lovers with no side stories apart from the people in eac [...]


    13. 4.5 Stars.I really enjoyed this contemporary M/M romance, which is also a GFY story.Jay Hill is the talk of his Mississippi town. He's newly divorced from his high school sweetheart, Bethany, and returned to his hometown to raise his two kids (16 y/o son and 12 y/o daughter) near their maternal grandparents. Jay and Bethany have an amicable divorce; she's realizing her career dreams by going back to college in Atlanta, and he's content to live a slower-paced life as a manager at a local lumber p [...]


    14. Sweet, low angst stories with good people falling in love and hot sexy times are a guilty pleasure of mine. Not a lot has to really happen in them to get me to my happy place. It's just two regular guys with regular jobs in a regular town. And it's just what I love in a contemporary romance.Jay and Landon are so damn likable. From the very beginning, I felt like these two deserved their happily ever after. I liked that they weren't these larger than life heroes. They just felt like real, decent [...]


    15. A sweet, gentle love story with a little bit of heat to spice it up, likeable characters, and a tried and true plot.I liked the depiction of Jay, at 36, coming to grips with feelings he'd had all his life but suppressed in order to get along and not rock the boat.I would have liked to have gotten a bit more time with Landon. I just felt like he could have been fleshed out a bit more. However, bottom line, I enjoyed it, and the sexy times were hot and delicious.


    16. So beautiful and well thought out and deepenedNothing is superficialThe book has been widely written, not with a tube vision (is this even an English sentence?)The writing is smooth convincing strong. It sucks you in the story.I want to jump up and down "Read this one" Yet another beautiful book from this author. So full of honest feelings.


    17. I really enjoyed this short but very sweet gay for you romance. Jay and Landon were great together.Jay (36) and his ex wife have been seperated for 3 years. They were hig school sweethearts, so they're been together for a very long time. Together they have 2 kids (12 and 16). They're still friends and the kids currently live with Jay, so their mother can finish school in another state.Jay recently moved back to his hometown so he could be closer with his former in-laws, so they could help him wi [...]


    18. 4.5 stars!I loved it so much! I loved both MCs, loved how they both delt with the Gay-for-you/Out-for-you situation, I loved how the author did not make Jay's ex-wife a bitch but also, she wasn't the sweet and 100% understanding "best friend".Everything was believable to me, with a perfect pace.To me, what makes a book a winner, is the author ability to make me FEEL, and though it's not an emotional, angst-y book at all, there where beautiful and emotional scens that made my heart skip a beat.


    19. I usually don't like GFY stories, so I had mixed feelings when I started reading this one.Borrowing Trouble was an enjoyable read, though, a great book packed full of emotional moments.Kade’s writing style is powerful, gripping, and captivating. I didn't feel like watching from the side-lines, I lived within the story, I suffered with Jay and laughed and smiled with Landon. The skill to write like this is a true gift and I truly enjoyed reading the story.Recommended!


    20. ***2.75 Stars***This book sits firmly in the "alright" category. How was the plot? It was alright.How were the characters? They were alright. How was the sex? It was alright.


    21. Landon is in his late twenties, working for his dad's company as a truck driver/office manager. He'd hoped to be a teacher, and went to college for that, but then his dad needed help, and so he helped. He's gay, but not out, and keeps to himself, what with living in a small town in the South where everyone knows everyone, and everyone wants to know your business. Then Daddy tells Landon that he's hired a new guy to take over the office duties, and Landon's all happy about that, until he finds ou [...]


    22. Historia que se desarrolla en un pueblo pequeño de la América profunda, un chico gay y un hombre que todavía no sabe que lo es El comienzo del libro es titubeante y me dejó con muchas dudas, la situación me parecía poco creíble, pero a medida que avanza la historia adquiere consistencia y es muy interesante ver cómo Jay poco a poco va aceptando su homosexualidad y el impacto que puede tener en su vida al ser un hombre divorciado que vive con sus dos hijos adolescentes; mientras que por e [...]


    23. Kade always has a way of pulling me into a story that is sweet and steamy. This one was no different. Little to no angst and I only wanted to stab Jay's ex wife 10 times.Another 5 star for this author.





    24. I liked it. It was the right amount of everything. Believable, sweet, hot, angst and drama. Just the right amount of all those things and more.Totally a feel good GFY romance. It made me happy. I loved getting an older, well a bit older, guy figuring out his life and finding himself and total happiness.



    25. BR, October 21th with Momo, Susan, Julie and Nathan.*4,5 stars*“Borrowed trouble. Worth it.”Very nice and quick reed.Jay, 36 years old, recently divorced with two teen children decides to return home. He meets Landon again at his job at the sawmill. They knew each other when they were younger. Landon was 12 years old the last time Jay saw him. Jay was 19 years old at that time.They hit it off again and become good friends. Landon is secretly crushing on his “straight” friend Jay. After J [...]


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