Family Man [Heidi Cullinan, Marie Sexton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sometimes family chooses you. How does a man get to be. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Thanks to the recommendation from a friend, I finally picked up a Family Man – Kindle edition by Heidi Cullinan, Marie Sexton. Sometimes family chooses you. At forty, Vincent “Vinnie” Fierro is still afraid to admit he might be gay—even to himself. It’ll be a problem for his big, fat Italian.

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Visit our Privacy and Cookie Policy. Going out for a night of dancing is a rare treat, spending the evening dancing up close to Vinnie The dating is just wonderful and so is the happily ever after. A member of Romance Writers of America sinceHeidi Cullinan has served as president of Rainbow Romance Writers, run local chapter newsletters, and volunteered for committees on the local and national level.

View all 9 comments. Slowly Vince begins to accept that being with men is actually what he has wanted all along. As Trey was saving himself for the right man, this story is more focused on the development of the relationship, of Trey and Vince getting to know one another, rather than sex. Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available.

Oct 28, Tutu rated it liked it. Trey continues to face family problems as his mother once again turns into a drunken mess. Trivia About Family Man. This book was a bit difficult for me to rate, there were a lot of things that I loved, but there were also a lot of things that I find distasteful. These are gay men who seem real. Many gay erotica or romance novels are incredibly misogynistic, pinning the problems of closeted gay men on their past relationships with women.


I’m gonna re-read it for sure, I just loved it. Apr 03, Meep rated it really liked it Shelves: I already bought this first thing today. I loved their courting, their no-date I wish more book did this aspect of romance so well. I thought the book was aptly named and the title could have easily apply to either character.

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We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our heidii. Read more Read less. In fact, he dealt with his emotions maturely and at a pace he set for himself, confiding in both his sister and his new lover and making sure they understood his apprehensions about coming out after three failed marriages.

Release Day Review by Rafa: Family Man, by Heidi Cullinan and Marie Sexton

The financial situation of dealing with his mom’s alcoholism was also portrayed well. As for the two of them together, I thought fakily heroes made a super sweet and adorable couple.

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. He has been forced to take on way more than a young man should and never complains.

I really liked the Italian family. He was never homophobic or judgmental towards gay men, which is rare for closeted men in gay romance novels in the really bad ones, they spend two chapters stewing in internalized homophobia before being miraculously “cured”. Kindle Edition1 editionpages. He’s beginning to realise that there may be a connection between his failed marriages and the feelings he had as a much younger man. Vinnie decides to test the waters and see if he’s attracted to men by going to Chicago’s Boystown.


As was his next and then his final one. Her imaginary friends often tag along. The only big problem I had was with the narration style. In a same-sex relationship, there aren’t clear roles and stereotypes set up through a history of patriarchy, and I hope one day all relationships will be based on mutual respect, pleasure, and equality. I really felt for him.

Family Man by Heidi Cullinan

Cat of Cat’s Books: This completely threw me the first time Trey’s POV came up, and distracted the hell out of me the entire first half of the book. I liked both characters and really enjoyed faimly romance. I liked; it wasn’t great, but it was a nice, adorable read.

Before they can deal with the fallout from the Fierros, Trey’s famjly situation becomes critical. He was so damn sweet, loving and kind, always so protective.

Family Man

Mary G on March 12, at 6: This book deals with alcoholism, broken promises, and overbearing little sisters. This novel made it clear that however a man has sex does not change his gender identity, which is an important point to make because so many people pass judgment.

The authors do a nice job here of showing the contrast between the families and how it has shaped both of these men.