by Piper Scott
For here or to go? It’s a question Nathaniel O’Toole asks every day while working in his uncle’s pie shop. But when Harrison Rutledge walks through the front door, Nathaniel can’t help but imagine a third option—forever.
Not that it’s possible, of course.
Even if a guy as attractive as Harrison wanted him, Nathaniel’s duty is with his uncle’s business. Ever since his older brother disappeared, he’s done his best to keep what little family he has left together.
He can’t let a man interfere.
At least, not until the impossible happens and Nathaniel’s brother comes home.
Nathaniel O’Toole is the sweetest thing in Pie Five bakery, and Harrison Rutledge can’t help but want a taste. When he leaves his number, he hopes Nathaniel will call to ask him out, but when he finally gets in touch, it’s for business—his brother needs help.
And so might Harrison if he can’t get Nathaniel out of his head.
(Rutledge Brothers #3)
Sweet as Pie 🍰Conclusion to the Series!💕
Title: Keep Me
Author: Piper Scott
Release Date: 9/20/2019
Page Count: 84p.
SteaMMy Swordplay: 2 out of 5⚔
Sharonica-Stars: 4 out of 5✨
GoodReads AVG: 3.80🌟
MMy Thoughts and Review:
The third triplet in the Rutledge Brothers trilogy is an Alpha just like his brothers. And just like his brothers, Harry is drawn more to the social sciences and humanities. Harry is a doula and helps omegas through their birthing process.
After a long labor and delivery with a patient Harry stops in a small bakery where he meets the man who will change Harry’s life, Nate.
This was a very sweet conclusion to the novella trilogy. I liked how P. Scott gave a view of what life was like for some of the family members of those who had been taken by the trafficking conglomerate (books 1&2). In the previous novies we solely experienced the victims’ POV, but in Keep Me, we viewed both the devastation from time lost between family members and frustration and sadness realizing how much people can change in five years because of simple evolution and circumstances.
I recommend to anyone who enjoys HEA, Mpreg, and Omegaverse. The entire Rutledge Brothers trilogy was an enjoyable read.
I read a complimentary Advanced Reader Copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest and unbiased review. 💋
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