February 26th, 2021
Home | Log in!

On Top Shelf
Barbara DavisBarbara Davis
Fresh Pick
THE KEEPSAKE SISTERS
THE KEEPSAKE SISTERS

New Books This Week

Latest Articles


Best winter reads for February

Slideshow image


Since your web browser does not support JavaScript, here is a non-JavaScript version of the image slideshow:

slideshow image
No matter what fate had decreed, they belonged together.


slideshow image
Hiking the Kindling National Forest is a birthday tradition for the Sullivan siblings—pitching camp, roasting s’mores… a dead body?


slideshow image
A slow burn has a super protective, super hot alpha male who will stop at nothing to protect his girl.


slideshow image
Two can play at this spying game.


slideshow image
Unswerving
Unstoppable
Unhinged


slideshow image
Some curses aren’t meant to be broken . . .


Carry the Ocean by Heidi Cullinan

Purchase

Add to Wish List


Also by Heidi Cullinan:

The Bookseller's Boyfriend, January 2021
e-Book
Family Man, September 2017
e-Book
Clockwork Heart, February 2016
e-Book
Winter Wonderland, November 2015
e-Book
Lonely Hearts, August 2015
e-Book
Carry the Ocean, April 2015
e-Book
Sleigh Ride, November 2014
e-Book
Tough Love, April 2014
e-Book
Double Blind, March 2014
e-Book
Special Delivery, February 2014
e-Book
Let It Snow, December 2013
e-Book
Love Lessons, October 2013
Hardcover / e-Book
Second Hand, September 2012
Paperback / e-Book

Carry the Ocean
Heidi Cullinan

The Roosevelt Book 1
Samhain Publishing
April 2015
On Sale: April 7, 2015
Featuring: Emmet Washington; Jeremey Samson
268 pages
ISBN: 1619225204
EAN: 9781619225206
Kindle: B00NW6FYLY
e-Book
Add to Wish List

Romance LGBTQ | Romance Contemporary

Normal is just a setting on the dryer.

The Roosevelt, Book 1

High school graduate Jeremey Samson is looking forward to burying his head under the covers and sleeping until it’s time to leave for college. Then a tornado named Emmet Washington enters his life. The double major in math and computer science is handsome, forward, wicked smart, interested in dating Jeremey—and he’s autistic.

But Jeremey doesn’t judge him for that. He’s too busy judging himself, as are his parents, who don’t believe in things like clinical depression. When his untreated illness reaches a critical breaking point, Emmet is the white knight who rescues him and brings him along as a roommate to The Roosevelt, a quirky new assisted living facility nearby.

As Jeremey finds his feet at The Roosevelt, Emmet slowly begins to believe he can be loved for the man he is behind the autism. But before he can trust enough to fall head over heels, he must trust his own conviction that friendship is a healing force, and love can overcome any obstacle.

Warning: Contains characters obsessed with trains and counting, positive representations of autism and mental illness, a very dark moment, and Elwood Blues.

Comments

No comments posted.

Registered users may leave comments.
Log in or register now!

© 2003-2021 off-the-edge.net  all rights reserved Privacy Policy