Patrimony

Patrimony After living abroad for the last twenty one years Matthew returns to his native village in England for the reading of his estranged father Gerald s will Expecting this to be a mere formality and t

  • Title: Patrimony
  • Author: Glyn Soitiño
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After living abroad for the last twenty one years, Matthew returns to his native village in England for the reading of his estranged father, Gerald s, will Expecting this to be a mere formality, and that he ll be able to leave it in the hands of the lawyer and return to his well ordered life, Matthew is shocked to learn the extent of his inheritance, and the responsibilitAfter living abroad for the last twenty one years, Matthew returns to his native village in England for the reading of his estranged father, Gerald s, will Expecting this to be a mere formality, and that he ll be able to leave it in the hands of the lawyer and return to his well ordered life, Matthew is shocked to learn the extent of his inheritance, and the responsibilities it entails The only good thing Matthew can see about the situation is the chance to renew contact with his childhood friend, Jack, who now runs the village inn where Matthew is staying.Jack, who s now the village Pack Alpha, is delighted to see Matthew again after all these years, but when he discovers that Gerald could not have been Matthew s real father, a fact of which Matthew himself is unaware, he unwittingly sets in motion a series of events that will end up changing both their lives forever.

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    1. The story begins with Matthew returning to England to claim his inheritance. He didn’t know his father and really could care less about the inheritance. He just wants to get it over with, sell the property and get back to his job as a translator in Paris. However when he ends up staying at the inn run by his best friend from childhood, Jack, he finds he’s attracted to Jack and it seems to be mutual. However, there is all sorts of strange stuff going on, a surly young bar employee, whispered [...]

    2. Oh my gosh this book was BORING! its supposed to be a werewolf shifter book with the mc's seeming to be in their early 40's. They were childhood friends who lost contact for 20 years. All of this SOUNDS like it would make for a good story but it couldn't be further from the truth! Matthew and Jack are the long lost lovers and they were ok as characters. They were fairly well written but the story itself was just mind numbing! The mating sex scene was half a paragraph and not exactly exciting in [...]

    3. Matthew, a son of Brit father and French mother, grew up differently from other kids. His parents didn't allow him to mingle with other children in this small British town because he was different. So, he was home-schooled. Still, now and then he ran to the wood, and there he started to befriend another boy, Jack. They grew very close with each other until one day Matthew's mother brought him back to France, and they never returned. Many years later, Matthew received a news that his father passe [...]

    4. It's a quick and entertaining read of two childhood friends reuniting after a father's death. With the story being so short there isn't a lot of time for a lot of personality development but what there is still allows you to understand at least a little of their childhood and how they feel for each other. There are several secondary characters that make an appearance that help add interest, and the author has come up with a couple of twists near the end that you should watch for.

    5. A nice, short read about two childhood friends reunited after twenty years. It gives them an opportunity to find out the truth about what happened, apologize and make up. The werewold angle added a nice twist and some extra spice.

    6. 3.5 stars.Interesting story, but I'd've liked it better if it was longer. I was curious about Matt's mysterious-sounding mom, among other things

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