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Publisher Description

A Movie Magic Romance


In his neighborhood, El Martin stands out, and that can be life-threatening. Against the odds, he’s managed to graduate high school and then master IT. Now he’s desperate to get a good job to free his drunken dad and himself from the control of gang leader M2 and the drugs he sells. But with his piercings and his slang-ridden speech, El looks and sounds like a Bronx gangbanger, and potential employers won’t give him a second look. So when El hears about Henry Fairhaven, PhD, linguistics researcher and wealthy New York socialite, El takes his life in his hands to escape from M2 and ends up sleeping in the stairwell at Henry’s building, hoping to learn how to speak.

To Henry, who wants to prove himself as a scholar and not merely a rich dilettante, El isn’t only the most beautiful man he’s ever seen—he’s also the key to getting a paper published on Henry’s ground-breaking linguistics methods before a competitor beats him to the punch. But Henry doesn’t tell El the truth, and El thinks Henry’s helping him because he cares.

El’s dreams collide with Henry’s ambitions at the elegant Met Gala, where El captivates a prince of Silicon Valley. But the real collision comes when M2 tracks El down and Henry has to choose between the validation he craves and a future with the man he’s come to love.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
November 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
218
Pages
PUBLISHER
Dreamspinner Press
SELLER
INscribe Digital
SIZE
751.2
KB

Customer Reviews

Monet5280 ,

Life is a gala

Love & Linguistics by Tara Lain was given to me in exchange for an honest review. . One a former gang member trying to get a better job and life. The other a linguist who wants to publish. El meets Henry on the advice of an HR manager to help him fit in on future interviews. Like Cinderfella with fairy godmothers Margot & Arabella, El hopes he is ready for the Gala of life with Henry by his side. I really enjoyed this book, I did have to work a little to click with the story but once I did, it was wonderful.

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