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By E.M. Leya | Comments: ( 467 ) | Date: ( Feb 19, 2020 )

After the death of his sister and her husband, Travis Murdock finds himself suddenly raising his six year old nephew, Jason Parenting was something Travis never thought he would face, but he embraces it and is excited for Jason to come live with him on his ranch.Unhappy about the situation, his sister s in laws file a claim with the courts that Travis is endangering the cAfter the death of his sister and her husband, Travis Murdock finds himself suddenly raising his six year old nephew, Jason Parenting was something Travis never thought he would face, but he embraces it and is excited for Jason to come live with him on his ranch.Unhappy about the situation, his sister s in laws file a claim with the courts that Travis is endangering the child and is unfit to raise a small boy.Evan Mitchell is sent to investigate the claims of endangerment, but what he finds once he arrives on the Murdock ranch is an attraction to Travis that could put the whole case in jeopardy, not to mention his job.As they prepare for the custody battle, both men try to ignore the feelings stirring inside them as their friendship grows Relying on their faith and hopefully the courts, the two work together to make sure that Jason stays where he wants to be with Travis.


  • Title: Uncle
  • Author: E.M. Leya
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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  • Arthur

    Rarely do I read m/m book where the characters are church goers and the book doesn't turn into preaching book (for either side).Travis' sister died together with her husband. They left the custody of their son, Jason, to Travis even though they were aware that he was gay. This didn't bode well with her husband's parents who considered Travis unfit because of his sexual orientation. They sued, arguing for child endangerment. The State's Children Service sent Evan to investigate where would be bet [...]


  • jules0623

    I got a little frustrated with "If it's God's will" being employed instead of the MCs being a bit proactive on their own behalf. The grandparents here seem borderline emotionally abusive - not letting the child play, making him stay quiet and repressed, spouting nonsense about his uncle - yet Travis decides to begin dating the Case Worker assigned to him, leaving his nephew's welfare in God's hands. While I respect their faith, it's simplistic and naive to believe that God will take care of it a [...]


  • Candice

    I wish I could rate this higher. The religious aspect of it really doesn't have anything to do with my rating either. It was Travis and Evan. Evan is a CPS worker that is sent to investigate the claims against Travis being "unfit" to raise his nephew Jason. Travis is open and honest with Evan and things escalate. Evan keeps saying he should turn the case over, but he doesn't. Travis and Evan KNOW that if they are caught it could HURT the chances of Jason staying with Travis yet they continue the [...]


  • Taintedskyee (Books Books&More Books)

    It was a good read.I really like a story with kid specially talkative once and Jason filled that part very nicely.Travis Murdock is Jason's uncle, who got custody of his nephew after accidental death of his sister and brother in law but custody was challenged by his sister's in-laws and the story is based on the court battle.Evan Mitchell comes down to investigate the claims of endangerment and fall hard for Travis.So they become lovey dovey couple and wins the case and lives happily ever after. [...]


  • Zane Kage

    3.5 stars


  • Megs Odsen

    Churchy, very churchy, to the point of not doing the plot justice. I'm sorry, praying is not enough to make family court go your way. Fine, you are spiritual, but God is busy, you have to help him out. Also if the community is conservative enough that there is only 1 children's services worker that isn't homophobic (a career usually filled with left wing social workers) than how come the entire church (an institution often filled with conservative values) is willing to stand behind and support t [...]


  • Denise Koopman

    Evan, Travis, and Jason. Travis has to raise his 6 year old nephew after his sister and her husband gets killed in a car wreck. The grandparents on the dad's side are rich snobby people and try to take Jason from Travis. Lies and resents Travis because he is gay. Social service comes out to watch and investigate him. His name is Evan. Evan knows he shouldn't but him and Travis falls in love and want to raise Jason together as a family. After court and lies and danger. All works out. Awesome book [...]


  • Karissa

    This book is a nice surprise as it includes two subjects that usually don't go well together, Christianity and being homosexual.The story is a sweet, heartwarming, easy read which will make you smile when you see Jason in your mind. I personally loved the painting and the bacon scenes which brought me huge smiles. Surprisingly the story between Travis and the court assigned case worker, Evan, does work, even without any sex scene to keep the reader's interest.Very recommended.


  • ☆ Todd

    Ehhh. The characters were okay, but all of the pro religion undertones felt like I was in church. It left me a bit cold.Two much, much better reads in this same vein would be "A Nanny for Nate" by Lisa Worrall or "Mannies Incorporated" by Sean Michael. Much better character development and plots in my opinion.


  • Ruth Laureano

    it was ok, I just didnt like it when they basically went ahead with seeing each other leaving everything to God, risking having his nephew taken away for a relationship, other then that I enjoy it lol


  • Lisaml

    3 1/2


  • Diana

    Meh sweet story. No sex scenes. Author needs to use contractions more. Dialogue felt to formal. They all sounded like they had the same voice, even the six year old.


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