REVIEW by J’aime: Made Marian Shorts – Brad’s Story by Lucy Lennox

The Marians aren’t the only ones finding their happy ever after! In this collection of four short stories, some of our beloved secondary characters from the Made Marian series steal the show and find a love of their own. These stories range from 7k to 10k words and feature plenty of laughs, Marian cameos, and love. A suggested reading order can be found in the Look Inside, but you do not need to have read any other Made Marian novel to enjoy these stories. These stories have been previously published on Lucy’s website.

Brad’s Story:When Brad opens his Vegas hotel room door to find a hot police officer waiting on the other side, he assumes crazy Aunt Tilly has sent him a strip-o-gram. But instead of getting naked, Detective Gorgeous pulls out his cuffs. Turns out, the badge and uniform aren’t just props, this cop is the real deal.

Short collection also includes Beck’s Story, Keller’s Story, and Josh’s Story.








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About the Book

Made Marian Shorts – Brand’s Story
by Lucy Lennox

Made Marian Series

Contemporary Romance
LGBTQ Romance (M/M)


Publication Date
July 13, 2018

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J’aime’s Review

This short story is obviously part of a larger universe with other books set in it, but I found it stood alone brilliantly. It is an m/m romantic comedy with an utterly hilarious meet cute. There are also three force-of-nature old ladies who fix up the couple, in between getting smashed on margaritas and spending all night putting coins into the nickel slots at the Bellagio.

The couple does fall prey to insta-love, and reaches a HEA in pretty short order. Sometimes that bothers me, but I was laughing too much to really hold it against this story.

Recommended if you want a funny, romantic story. There’s some fairly explicit sex in the middle.

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