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For James Motel and Levi Kadish, it's hate at first sight. 

Levi thinks James is an arrogant out-of-towner, and James thinks Levi is a smug local with an overblown opinion of himself. Together, the two of them are like oil and water, but Levi likes the way he feels when James looks at him, and James really loves the sound of Levi's voice when he says....

When he says those heartless things. 

In the middle of a baking lesson James never wanted, the unresolved tension between Levi and him boils over, and James is left with more than rug burn. Levi's words are emblazoned in his heart, and he's eager for more. 

Levi has never had something feel as right as his unconventional relationship with James, and when he finds himself with nowhere to go, he turns to the one man he knows who won't turn him away...even though he's the only man who should. 

Heartless is Book 2 in the Room for Love series. It is a 67,000 word romance that explores an unexpected love, harsh words, soft hands, and some fun in the shower. Heartless has EVERYTHING you would expect from a Kate Hawthorne book...and more.

©2020 Kate Hawthorne (P)2021 Kate Hawthorne

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  • Bahbuff
  • 2021-03-22

Levi & James

I’ve read the series before and this is by far my favorite couple. A complex hate to love relationship with a couple interesting kinks thrown in. Really enjoyed the narrator as well.

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  • Tessa Kelly
  • 2021-03-19

Such a good listen!

Such a great listen. Evan narrates the story so deliciously. Kates Motel boys are so fun to read/listen too. I can’t wait to listen to more of them in the future. This book was full of exploration into James and his preferences. Levi is trying to figure out his life and finds common ground with James.