Sandpipers Restaurant Chef Mark Carter is immediately
attracted to the painfully shy Raven. A single parent, Raven has brought his
young son for a visit with Brody’s little brother, Wolf. However, Mark is not
the only one attracted; Raven is also sneaking peeks at Mark.
Raven's Mark is the second book in the superb
Sandpipers Series. The
characters are exceptionally creditable in this heartwarming episode. Mark,
whose happy family life was torn apart with the death of his parents, is a
neurotic perfectionist. Never having met a potential long-term partner, Mark
throws everything he has into his new position at Sandpipers Restaurant. Meeting
Raven and his son, Mark realizes he wants the three of them to be a family.
However before Raven can have a relationship with Mark, Raven must first battle
his demons into obedience. Haunted by his abusive past, Raven suffers panic
attacks, as well as nervous stutters. Determined not to lose his son or Mark,
Raven fights for the kind of life he has always wanted.
has created an amazing romance with compassionate characters. I thoroughly
enjoyed Raven's Mark.