A Marrying Man by Sandrine Gasq-Dion


A Marrying Man (Men of Manhattan #2)

Genre: M/M, Contemporary, Romance


It’s been almost a year since a disastrous bet dropped Blaine McKlintock and his best friend, Kent Samson in hot water. Now, Kent is getting ready to propose to Terry Barron. Blaine couldn’t be happier for his best friend, but when Kent asks Blaine to plan the wedding, Blaine is thrown for a loop, especially when Kent drops another bomb. Spencer Cassidy will be helping. Blaine remembers Spencer very well, but the former Wall Street force doesn’t seem to remember him. Blaine’s changed a lot since the bet, but will Spencer see it too?


My Review: 5/5 Stars

Blaine McKlintock feels bad about the bet he made with Kent. Now a year later, he is helping to plan Kent and Terry’s wedding with Spencer Cassidy. Blaine has had a crush on Spencer every since the man bumped into him years ago, but he knows Spencer doesn’t like him.

Spencer is torn between liking and disliking Blaine. Now stuck planning a wedding with him, Spencer doesn’t know what to do about him. Trying to keep the wedding planning from Terry, Spencer tells him that he and Blaine are a couple, after Terry finds them together.

Add in a crazy ex-wife, Spencer’s very determined daughter, and Spencer’s brother Slater, how can things go well between the two?

This one is by far my favorite book in this series. I loved Blaine from the start. The sense of humor and easy banter between him and Spencer was awesome. Blaine took everything in stride from Nerf War’s with Spencer’s daughter, to licking envelopes to send out wedding invitations. You can feel the emotions coming off the pages and towards the end of the book I wanted to cry and beat the living hell out Spencer’s ex wife at the same time. Can’t wait for more in this series!

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  Author’s Bio:


Best selling author, Sandrine (Sandy) was born in Inglewood, California. Raised by “Old School” French parents, she later moved to Tucson, AZ. It was there that writing became a hobby. Always told she had a great imagination, Sandy wrote short stories for her friends in High School. In college, she took more writing classes while working on her Criminal Justice degree, but it wasn’t until a soap opera caught her eye that she got involved in male on male romances. On the advice of a friend, Sandy dipped her toes into the world of M/M Romance. Sandy takes the writing seriously and has had countless conversations with gay men as well as hours of research.She’s been involved with the military in one way or another for over twenty years, and has a great deal of respect for our men in uniform. She’s traveled the world, but has finally returned to Arizona.

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