5 Stars, Audio Book, Dreamspinner Press, Genre Romance, Jacob Z. Flores, Reviewed by Kathie

Audio Review: When Love Comes to Town by Jacob Z. Flores – Narrated by TJ Jamesin

Title: When Love Comes to Town

Author: Jacob Z. Flores

Narrator:: TJ Jamesin

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Run Time: 7 hours, 32 minutes

Rating: 5 Stars

Blurb: Brody O’Shea isn’t looking for much, just a hot guy with a decent job, who is sane and doesn’t have kids. The son of a former rock star, Brody has lived through the pain of bankruptcy and bad parenting, and he doesn’t want to experience it again. As a reformed horndog, he wants the security and stability of a relationship. But almost every guy he meets seems satisfied with Mr. Right Now, and he wants to find Mr. Right – now! Continue reading

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5 Stars, Audio Book, Dreamspinner Press, Genre Romance, Jacob Z. Flores, Reviewed by Kathie

Sound Bite Sunday: T.J. Jamesin’s Audio Narration Brings Jacob Z. Flores’ “When Love Takes Over” To Life

“P-Town is supposed to happen. This is a special place. It changes people’s lives. The problems and worries that you bring with you don’t mean as much.” — Jacob Z. Flores


Title: When Love Takes Over

Author: Jacob Z. Flores

Narrator:: T.J. Jamesin

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Run Time: 9 Hours, 15 Minutes

Rating: 5 Stars

Blurb: Zach Kelly’s life is a shambles. His boyfriend of three years dumped him, and his writing career is going nowhere. On a whim, he heads to Provincetown, Massachusetts, to nurse his broken heart and figure out his next step. He’s expecting to find rest and relaxation on the sandy beaches of Cape Cod. Instead, Zach meets a hunky porn star during a chance encounter at a leather shop he mistakes as a place to buy a belt that is definitely not for whipping. Continue reading

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Dreamspinner Press, Jacob Z. Flores

When “Chasing the Sun” Means Finding The Courage To Love



“Shame is a soul eating emotion.” ― C.G. Jung


BLURB: As a physician and prominent citizen of Victoria, Texas, Dr. Gil Kelly took a hard fall when his vengeful wife revealed his infidelity with other men. Closing ranks around her, the town’s elite ostracized him, and his relationship with his children was nearly destroyed.

After spending his life focused on living for others, he has no idea how to live for himself. He wants to find love but now settles for anonymous sex that only further clouds his world with shame and guilt. Gil believes finding true love is an unobtainable dream, what his father used to call “chasing the sun.”

Then he runs into Tom Martinez, his son’s childhood best friend, who returned to town a grown man and offers everything Gil needs. But Gil hesitates to fall into Tom’s arms, because after his high-profile divorce, the potential scandal of loving a younger man could separate him from his children permanently.
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