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Any Day

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Successful businessman Leonard Day's life revolves around his work until a call from his mother summons him back to his family home in Drayton, Norwich. His father has died.   With a past he would rather forget, builder Adrian Lamperton prefers to live alone. But when Lenny Day arrives in town, feelings of attraction resurface.

Leonard learns he has inherited a Welsh farmhouse, something nobody knew about, and employs Adrian to help inspect the property. But tragedy and mystery surround the house and very soon they start to unearth things that others would prefer remained buried.

My usual kind of slow burn mystery, culminating in some steamy moments. Stay alert for clues along the ride.

Warning: This story also deals with mature subjects such as suicide, attempted murder, and religious bigotry. If you are sensitive to any of these subjects, please consider not reading the story.

Copyright © 2020 lomax61; All Rights Reserved.

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  • Action Packed 10
  • Addictive/Pacing 15
  • Characters 17
  • Cliffhanger 12
  • Smoldering 11
  • Tearjerker 6
  • Unique 12
  • World Building 5

  • Like 8
  • Love 22

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Table of Contents
  • 1. Sunday
    • 5,469 Words
    • 3,028 Views
    • 34 Comments
  • 2. Habit
    • 3,361 Words
    • 2,079 Views
    • 13 Comments
  • 3. Funeral
    • 4,013 Words
    • 1,797 Views
    • 18 Comments
  • 4. Rescue
    • 3,111 Words
    • 1,845 Views
    • 19 Comments
  • 5. Will
    • 2,365 Words
    • 2,074 Views
    • 31 Comments
  • 6. Request
    • 4,536 Words
    • 1,768 Views
    • 20 Comments
  • 7. Wales
    • 3,420 Words
    • 1,707 Views
    • 23 Comments
  • 8. Cottage
    • 4,685 Words
    • 2,097 Views
    • 31 Comments
  • 9. Confession
    • 4,304 Words
    • 2,017 Views
    • 44 Comments
  • 10. Renovation
    • 4,764 Words
    • 1,811 Views
    • 24 Comments
  • 11. Collaborate
    • 4,645 Words
    • 2,039 Views
    • 24 Comments
  • 12. Together
    • 2,829 Words
    • 2,068 Views
    • 20 Comments
  • 13. New Day
    • 3,336 Words
    • 1,837 Views
    • 22 Comments
  • 14. Freya
    • 5,043 Words
    • 1,897 Views
    • 38 Comments
  • 15. London
    • 3,774 Words
    • 1,912 Views
    • 34 Comments
  • 16. Familiar
    • 3,313 Words
    • 1,749 Views
    • 40 Comments
  • 17. Police
    • 4,143 Words
    • 1,961 Views
    • 39 Comments
  • 18. Discovery
    • 3,971 Words
    • 1,828 Views
    • 27 Comments
  • 19. Summons
    • 4,159 Words
    • 1,925 Views
    • 53 Comments
  • 20. Toni
    • 3,392 Words
    • 1,616 Views
    • 27 Comments
  • 21. Domestic
    • 2,986 Words
    • 2,082 Views
    • 42 Comments
  • 22. Intuition
    • 3,242 Words
    • 1,982 Views
    • 40 Comments
  • 23. Sins
    • 3,117 Words
    • 1,976 Views
    • 38 Comments
  • 24. Luca
    • 7,168 Words
    • 2,151 Views
    • 38 Comments
  • 25. Epilogue
    • 4,152 Words
    • 1,588 Views
    • 34 Comments

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Danilo Syrtis

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

i thought i posted this in « Reviews » but i found this was posted in « Comments » so i repost this  😬

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if you love mysteries and cliffhangers, this story is for you 😉

each chapter brings more breathtaking mysteries until the last chapters 

paraphrasing Brian « with Any Day, you won’t have a boring day » 😆

 

Response from the author:

Hi @Danilo Syrtis - Thank you so much for the kind review. I know you've followed this story from the beginning and also Naked Calendar, so it's nice to have you along for the ride.

I'm taking a short break right now and will try to get something ready to serve up in time to complete by Christmas 2020. Something fun, because I think we could all do with something to lighten the days right now.

Brian

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Ullyssess

   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

This is a wonderful story. There is romance for two men who had already given up love. But it is also very exciting, with some unexpected plot twists and nasty family members. It all ends well, but the ride is bumpy.

Response from the author:

Thank you @Ullyssess - I really appreciate your endorsement. Thanks for reading and supporting me in this journey. Brian

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chris191070

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

This fantastic story brings us businessman Leonard Day and builder Adrian Lamperton.

Leonard learns he has inherited a Welsh farmhouse, which he knew nothing about. He hires Adrian to help him restore the farmhouse to its former glory.

This is where the true adventure and mystery really start. They discover a Welsh Dresser that contains many secrets. We get to learn these many secrets in a tale that has many twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat.

This is a fantastic tale from  Brian and I look forward to more adventures with Leonard and Adrian in the future.

Highly recommended as a fantastic read.

Response from the author:

Thank you so much @chris191070, I have to say that having an audience trying to second guess the plot along the ride, made for a great experience as a writer, too. Thank you, as always, for your great support of my writing offerings. 

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Gary L

   6 of 6 members found this review helpful 6 / 6 members

That this has been the hit of the summer can be in no doubt.  Over a hundred reactions within days to various chapters.  Why do so many of us love this? Great characters, really good story with more tWists than the roads going up the valleys.

The tale is beautifully written and the star for me is the Welsh dresser. I lodged at university with a Welsh-born AngliCan priest.  We shared an enormous 19th-century gothic style vicarage with a huge Welsh dresser and polished oak table in the dining room.  They were his pride and joy.

anyway, great 5***** story and THANK YOU!

Response from the author:

Thanks @Gary L,

Getting such a lovely review is such a great endorsement, and having such a large group of encouraging readers makes me want to keep going and going. I’m considering the next GA project right now, but rest assured that you haven’t heard the last of Leonard and Adrian.

Brian

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