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Shameless ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Shameless By R.G. Alexander ✸ – Thomashillier.co.uk This is an alternate cover edition of ASIN BLOMSVXA Who knew he d be so ShamelessSeamus Finn is a bar owner, a single father of four and the center of the Finn family And he hasn t been with anyone si This is an alternate cover edition of ASIN BLOMSVXA Who knew he d be so ShamelessSeamus Finn is a bar owner, a single father of four and the center of the Finn family And he hasn t been with anyone since his twins were born An all expense paid trip to Ireland for a firsthand lesson in brewing beer turns into a different kind of holiday as Seamus rediscovers things about himself and his sexuality that don t fit into the carefully controlled balancing act his life has become Giving in to a fling is one thing, but when risk taking, over the top billionaire Bellamy Demir follows him home and meets the family things may get crazy But crazy might be just what Seamus needs.


10 thoughts on “Shameless

  1. Heather the Queen of (Smut)Books Heather the Queen of (Smut)Books says:

    Meh Lots of back and forth with this one It s been so long since I read the last book and the author mentions things that occurred in it without recapping what happened so I had a hard time keeping up at times In fact the first chapter had me so confused until the next chapter jumps back to 5 months before It seemed so unnecessary, the story could have started there I really hate that Also with all the family members it was definitely difficult to remember who was who, might be easier if t Meh Lots of back and forth with this one It s been so long since I read the last book and the author mentions things that occurred in it without recapping what happened so I had a hard time keeping up at times In fact the first chapter had me so confused until the next chapter jumps back to 5 months before It seemed so unnecessary, the story could have started there I really hate that Also with all the family members it was definitely difficult to remember who was who, might be easier if their was a family tree included They kept talking about someone named James like I should know who he is and I couldn t remember anything about him other than it was obvious that he was a family member There s also a part in the book where something happens with one of the baby mama s and I was thrown for a loop because it came out of nowhere and felt contrived All in all, I liked Seamus and Bellamy, the sex was hot and it was great to see old favorites but I would have rated this much higher if I didn t spend a good portion of the book confused and frustrated Hoping Solomon gets his story next


  2. Sabrina Sabrina says:

    Get it hereUSUKI know this says that it can be read as a standalone but i think it s better read as a series I ve actually read three of the previous books but even I was confused at times since so many people were mentioned Still a good m m book though and I ll definitely be readingfrom the Finn s Get it hereUSUKI know this says that it can be read as a standalone but i think it s better read as a series I ve actually read three of the previous books but even I was confused at times since so many people were mentioned Still a good m m book though and I ll definitely be readingfrom the Finn s


  3. Denise H. Denise H. says:

    I have adored this series characters We are back amongst the clan of Finn, and Seamus, 39, is our focus He s a single Dad of four, who s never been in love, and the solid rock everyone leans on Then, while on vacation business in Ireland, he comes up against Bellamy Demir The billionaire with a killer body, green eyes, brown skin, and silky sable hairrocks Seamus core He s intrigued and irritated The Finn s are pale, blue eyed redheads mostly, and the difference is striking S I have adored this series characters We are back amongst the clan of Finn, and Seamus, 39, is our focus He s a single Dad of four, who s never been in love, and the solid rock everyone leans on Then, while on vacation business in Ireland, he comes up against Bellamy Demir The billionaire with a killer body, green eyes, brown skin, and silky sable hairrocks Seamus core He s intrigued and irritated The Finn s are pale, blue eyed redheads mostly, and the difference is striking Seamus must sort out his thoughts, because he wants Bellamy with every fiber in his being, but he can t get away from his practical ways, and immediately finds reasons it won t work Bellamy is a rich, free spirit, a giver, a very open, honest man who loves to put his money to good use and helps people, and loves sex and wrestling These two have explosive, gritty and powerful sex when they finally get to it They do have issues Seamus must get home to his kids, business and family, while Bellamy wants to take him to Paris for a three week romp It takes some time, talk, and bold action to have Seamus finally realize what a new, loving, life could happen if he would just let it happen As always, A.G Alexander gives us a variety of magnificent characters, a wonderfully flowing tale and a steamy sexual pair I ve read nearly every book in this series They each can stand alone..I highly recommend this amazing story ENJOY Oil Wrestling is VERY interesting


  4. Jaime Jaime says:

    The sixth book in The Finn Factor Series and I have mixed feelings about this book First, Seamus and Bellamy they were scorchin hot A holiday fling that turns intoDespite Seamus feeling like he has to devote his life to his kids and can t have a partner as well Then there is Bellamy, we never really get into his head which is frustrating What we see is a rich, dare devil playboy who falls for Seamus just from one look He then pursues him, pulling out all the stops including, The sixth book in The Finn Factor Series and I have mixed feelings about this book First, Seamus and Bellamy they were scorchin hot A holiday fling that turns intoDespite Seamus feeling like he has to devote his life to his kids and can t have a partner as well Then there is Bellamy, we never really get into his head which is frustrating What we see is a rich, dare devil playboy who falls for Seamus just from one look He then pursues him, pulling out all the stops including, following him across an ocean and doing other grand gestures Still though Seamus is unsure and treats Bellamy as if he is a dirty secret I will say these two do finally get their act together and get their HEA This book starts out hot and heavy, sorta stalls out in the middle I almost stopped reading it , and then picks back up the last 20% Personally, while I have enjoyed these characters and the set up and I love Jeremy and Owen I think this series is just about played out I don t think the author is done though as she has introduced several new Finns from Ireland and set the stage for the next book which is already listed on her website I hope, if she is going to continue to write these Finn s that the stories can be shaken up a bit as they are becoming just a tad predictable and the charm and pizzazz that enticed me for the first few books is fizzling out The heat and chemistry is there but that is beginning to be all it is..3.5 starsRC purchased by reviwer Reviewed by Jaime from Alpha Book Club


  5. Chris Chris says:

    Really enjoyed this story although it did drag a little at one point Seamus takes care of everyone Is the ultimate nice guy and father of 4 children He takes nothing for himself and gives with heart He is sent on a holiday to Ireland to learnabout brewing beer and he meets Bellamy Bellamy is a wild guy, almost reckless and super rich but is lacking stability until he meets Seamus Bellamy chases Seamus back to the US and waits carefully to show himself the waiting element was frus Really enjoyed this story although it did drag a little at one point Seamus takes care of everyone Is the ultimate nice guy and father of 4 children He takes nothing for himself and gives with heart He is sent on a holiday to Ireland to learnabout brewing beer and he meets Bellamy Bellamy is a wild guy, almost reckless and super rich but is lacking stability until he meets Seamus Bellamy chases Seamus back to the US and waits carefully to show himself the waiting element was frustrating and Seamus just couldn t give in to Bellamy he was stubborn, proud and still in the closet although he didn t even know he was gay bi After a Finn family intervention filled with love support, Seamus could let go and drop his pride Bellamy was perfect for Seamus really enjoyed these guys


  6. Aerin Aerin says:

    Train wreck, thy name is Shameless This book was painful to read for many reasons So the way I approached this series is by reading all the MM books and skipping all the books that had a female main character and that s ok because each book can kind of be read as a standalone even though the same characters feature in all the books Many people complained that Curious was very porny and hot but without substance and I have to agree, but the sex was hot and Jeremy and Owen have been best fri Train wreck, thy name is Shameless This book was painful to read for many reasons So the way I approached this series is by reading all the MM books and skipping all the books that had a female main character and that s ok because each book can kind of be read as a standalone even though the same characters feature in all the books Many people complained that Curious was very porny and hot but without substance and I have to agree, but the sex was hot and Jeremy and Owen have been best friends for years, so they had that going for them I guess I enjoyed seeing their friendship become a porn series.But I can t say the same thing about Shameless Shameless was also a very porny book, with dirty, porny ridiculous talk considering that Seamus and Bellamy don t have any history together Those two were totally ridiculous because if a total stranger that I don t even like would whisper in my ears the things that Bellamy did to Seamus, I d laugh my ass off and then knee him in the balls.SO basically the whole book was like a porn set, where the two meet and fuck and that s it And wouldn t you know it, all of a sudden, they re both suddenly in love and can t stay away from each other I couldn t buy into that at all Not a penny s worth Also both Seamus and Bellamy but mostly Bellamy acted like overgrown babies with a permanent hard on the whole time I know that s a disgusting image, but all Bellamy did was show his hard on and want to fuck regardless of circumstances and whine like a spoiled toddler complete with the terrible two tantrums Not only wasn t Bellamy likable, I totally hated his ass I know I m part of the minority here that didn t enjoy themselves reading this book


  7. ReadingAllNite ReadingAllNite says:

    Losing its charm.2.5 stars I liked the first couple of MM books in this series and skipped all the ones with females They were pretty good, with some really hot sex scenes and book 3 also had some plot But the cousins started being added in that book This story with Seamus was a little tough to even like Saint Seamus, traveling without the kids, is Mr Judgey McJudgerson when he sees Bellamy, and immediately dislikes him Never met him before, they don t even speak together When they do ac Losing its charm.2.5 stars I liked the first couple of MM books in this series and skipped all the ones with females They were pretty good, with some really hot sex scenes and book 3 also had some plot But the cousins started being added in that book This story with Seamus was a little tough to even like Saint Seamus, traveling without the kids, is Mr Judgey McJudgerson when he sees Bellamy, and immediately dislikes him Never met him before, they don t even speak together When they do actually meet, every interaction they have is Seamus being bitchy and mean, except while he actually has sex with Bell Mostly angry, rather boring sex in this one I was hoping forof the smut level of book one, at least Sadly, no.There is almost no character development for Bell I didn t feel any chemistry between them at all Seamus character was unlikeable, with a martyr complex Bellamy was almost in the background of the whole story, except when being shoved away angrily by Seamus, and being a billionaire steamroller Then, the plethora of cousins, kids, bar employees, all of whom will probably be in future stories, plus the lack of any cohesive, or coherent, plot, make me quite reluctant to readof these Just too confusing and no spark at all in this one


  8. Ele Ele says:

    Honestly, I don t know how I finished this Supposedly, you can read this as a standalone Then who the hell are all these people Flat, one dimensional characters, repetitive sex scenes and too much back and forth without a reason I don t know what was the point of this book.


  9. Dia Dia says:

    3,5 rounded to 3 stars This is my first book by R.G Alexander I haven t read the other books in this series, but this one can be read as a stand alone I think I was not in the mood for so much sweet talk, AND one of the characters got me really angry at one point I am giving all the 3 stars for the HOT scenes because they were perfectly described and I really liked some parts of the book, but I just, I couldn t get past the sugary sweet talk.I liked the first part of the bookI was int 3,5 rounded to 3 stars This is my first book by R.G Alexander I haven t read the other books in this series, but this one can be read as a stand alone I think I was not in the mood for so much sweet talk, AND one of the characters got me really angry at one point I am giving all the 3 stars for the HOT scenes because they were perfectly described and I really liked some parts of the book, but I just, I couldn t get past the sugary sweet talk.I liked the first part of the bookI was intrigued by Demir Bellamy He was hadsome, rich and a sex god and I couldn t wait for Seamus to give into temptation The second part of the book came with many unnecessary drama and angst and many times I wanted to slap Seamus myself I m glad Bell loved him enough to keep coming back It was somehow predictable and I would have wished it surprised me , but I must repeat myself the HOT scenes were really awesome Maybe I will try some of the other books in this series someday I ve read only great things about some Finns


  10. Fatimama Fatimama says:

    M M My first book from this author and I absolutely loved it I kinda understood the pushing away of Seamus, fits his personality I understood his hesitance and insecurities I loved that Bell never gave up on him I loved that it was love at first sight for Bell and he pursued Seamus, even though Seamus put up so many walls This book made me want to read the series.


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