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Leon’s trusted very few people in his life…but that’s starting to change. Finally understanding why love and attraction were always confusing for him has changed Leon’s life in more ways than he can count, but the biggest has been how he sees Morgan. They’ve gone from barely being friends to so much more but trust requires honesty, and Leon knows it’s time to start opening Leon’s trusted very few people in his life…but that’s starting to change. Finally understanding why love and attraction were always confusing for him has changed Leon’s life in more ways than he can count, but the biggest has been how he sees Morgan. They’ve gone from barely being friends to so much more but trust requires honesty, and Leon knows it’s time to start opening up about his past. Leon’s trust is worth more than any declaration of love for Morgan. Morgan knows how special he is to Leon and he doesn’t need the words to prove that to him…but he also knows that learning more about his boyfriend will take their relationship to a whole new level. However, when finding out more about Leon means visiting his family for the first time, Morgan is starting to realize he should be more careful about what he wishes for.


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Leon’s trusted very few people in his life…but that’s starting to change. Finally understanding why love and attraction were always confusing for him has changed Leon’s life in more ways than he can count, but the biggest has been how he sees Morgan. They’ve gone from barely being friends to so much more but trust requires honesty, and Leon knows it’s time to start opening Leon’s trusted very few people in his life…but that’s starting to change. Finally understanding why love and attraction were always confusing for him has changed Leon’s life in more ways than he can count, but the biggest has been how he sees Morgan. They’ve gone from barely being friends to so much more but trust requires honesty, and Leon knows it’s time to start opening up about his past. Leon’s trust is worth more than any declaration of love for Morgan. Morgan knows how special he is to Leon and he doesn’t need the words to prove that to him…but he also knows that learning more about his boyfriend will take their relationship to a whole new level. However, when finding out more about Leon means visiting his family for the first time, Morgan is starting to realize he should be more careful about what he wishes for.

30 review for Learning to Love

  1. 4 out of 5

    Trio

    Really nice story. I'm glad to see Leon finally comfortable in his physical responses to Morgan. Plus for Morgan to get what he needs both in his role as a little as well as Leon's lover. This is an intricate tale, and I'm not surprised M.A. Innes took two novels to get to this point with this couple. Hopefully we'll get another story about them soon, but if not we can be sure to find Leon and Morgan popping up somewhere else. Really nice story. I'm glad to see Leon finally comfortable in his physical responses to Morgan. Plus for Morgan to get what he needs both in his role as a little as well as Leon's lover. This is an intricate tale, and I'm not surprised M.A. Innes took two novels to get to this point with this couple. Hopefully we'll get another story about them soon, but if not we can be sure to find Leon and Morgan popping up somewhere else.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Valerie ❈M/M Romance Junkie❈

    Loved it. I need more Leon.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jenn (not Lily)

    I love Morgan and Leon! They might be my favorite characters from this author, and that's certainly saying something, since I adore nearly everyone who comes out of her head! The care that they each take with each other makes my heart happy. I love how the different parts of their relationship develop as they grow closer, being friends and lovers at the same time. I adore Nana, of course, and she's undoubtedly the only reason that Leon has any ability to interact with people appropriately. I lov I love Morgan and Leon! They might be my favorite characters from this author, and that's certainly saying something, since I adore nearly everyone who comes out of her head! The care that they each take with each other makes my heart happy. I love how the different parts of their relationship develop as they grow closer, being friends and lovers at the same time. I adore Nana, of course, and she's undoubtedly the only reason that Leon has any ability to interact with people appropriately. I love when Shaw/M.A.'s characters show up in other books, and this was the perfect place for Ford to give Leon advice, but it was nice in a way that Cody didn't hijack the book, since Morgan already has enough to deal with having Destin trying to take over encourage his relationship with Leon! I can't wait to see when these two pop up in someone else's story!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy Dufera - Amy's MM Romance Reviews

    Learning to Love is a fantastic age play romance by MA Innes. The second book in The Education of the Heart series, it picks up where Learning to Trust left off. And, omg, I love it! Leon and Morgan are a professor and student in an age play relationship together. They're trying to navigate their way through their new lifestyle. As well, they are working on their D/s aspect, with some fun master scenes. Leon and Morgan are truly wonderful together. Each brings out the best in the another. The trus Learning to Love is a fantastic age play romance by MA Innes. The second book in The Education of the Heart series, it picks up where Learning to Trust left off. And, omg, I love it! Leon and Morgan are a professor and student in an age play relationship together. They're trying to navigate their way through their new lifestyle. As well, they are working on their D/s aspect, with some fun master scenes. Leon and Morgan are truly wonderful together. Each brings out the best in the another. The trust and connection is wonderful. The love between them is all consuming and wonderfully developed. And of course, there's lot of heat! The writing is fabulous as usual. Nobody writes age play any better than MA Innes. You might find a few equals, but you'd be hard pressed to find anyone better. And, as MA often does, appearances from past characters are included which just ups the fun. Learning to Love is sweet, sweet, and more sweet. MA Innes perfectly sums up their relationship as a full time Daddy/part time boyfriend one. If you love age play romances, this one is a must read. Granted, all of MA Innes' books are must reads.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    Leon and Morgan started their relationship in Learning to Trust. That book had me ready to see more of this young couple, so I was excited to jump into this one. It was fantastic! Leon grew so much during the timespan of these books. He took charge as Morgan's dom and daddy, and it was glorious. HIs growing confidence didn't diminish his deep concern for Morgan at all, and it was sweet to see the care he took with his boy. Leon wanted to make sure Morgan experienced all the things he'd fantasized Leon and Morgan started their relationship in Learning to Trust. That book had me ready to see more of this young couple, so I was excited to jump into this one. It was fantastic! Leon grew so much during the timespan of these books. He took charge as Morgan's dom and daddy, and it was glorious. HIs growing confidence didn't diminish his deep concern for Morgan at all, and it was sweet to see the care he took with his boy. Leon wanted to make sure Morgan experienced all the things he'd fantasized about, and he enjoyed the experiences just as much. The love between these two was beautiful. There were moments of stress, lots of humor, and so much wonderful heat in this story. I loved every moment. This duet of books tells a sexy kinky tale of love and connection. I am happy to recommend it, and I'm once again thrilled that this author brings her men back as secondary characters in books about other lovers. I know we will revisit Leon and Morgan, which is perfect, because I don't want to let them go.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Waters

    Shaw Montgomery/ M A Innes have daddies down to perfection. Their names make a book an automatic purchase for me. Leon is no longer the Ostrich Daddy that he was in the first book. Still not totally secure in the idea that he's a good daddy, he sets out to do his best by Morgan. Morgan blossoms under his care. Morgan is as caring and supportive of Leon. He's not ignorant of his daddy's insecurities. He just knows that Leon is what he wants and needs. Leon is a demisexual character. If you'd asked h Shaw Montgomery/ M A Innes have daddies down to perfection. Their names make a book an automatic purchase for me. Leon is no longer the Ostrich Daddy that he was in the first book. Still not totally secure in the idea that he's a good daddy, he sets out to do his best by Morgan. Morgan blossoms under his care. Morgan is as caring and supportive of Leon. He's not ignorant of his daddy's insecurities. He just knows that Leon is what he wants and needs. Leon is a demisexual character. If you'd asked him at the beginning of book one, he might have said Ace. But as his relationship with Morgan develops, so does his heart. This is a sweet and sensitive book. Shaw Montgomery, no matter what name they use, offers the best daddies and littles, doms and subs. And of course, there are cameos from previous books!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angie Juarez

    Blooming Relationship Leon and Morgan's story continues (must read Learning to Trust - well recommend the whole series to truly appreciate Leon). Leon growth as a Daddy and a Dom is so wonderfully written that you can just see him bloom before your eyes. Love that he truly had a don't care attitude about anyone's opinion, all he cared about was making Morgan happy. Morgan was so sweet but with a devious side that made his Daddy squirm at times, lol. There was laughter, tenderness, hotness (oh boy Blooming Relationship Leon and Morgan's story continues (must read Learning to Trust - well recommend the whole series to truly appreciate Leon). Leon growth as a Daddy and a Dom is so wonderfully written that you can just see him bloom before your eyes. Love that he truly had a don't care attitude about anyone's opinion, all he cared about was making Morgan happy. Morgan was so sweet but with a devious side that made his Daddy squirm at times, lol. There was laughter, tenderness, hotness (oh boy!), so much growth and full of love. And Nana...lmao...what an awesome visit. And all the cameos from the other books just makes you feel part of the gang cause you know everyone. Well except for the "weird" neighbor, which I hope I'll get to know real soon.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Colleen Cremen

    MA Innes is one of the best in the genre MA Innes has given us one of her best stories that I have read. And I have read them all. In the past I have felt that some MA Innes/Shaw Montgomery books end too early. We get an HEA but I sometimes have felt that wanted more of the characters after the"I love you's. I want to read about what happened after that. This book is everything I could hope for. I love these characters, the sweet hotness. Holy Hotness. This book is one that I will read over and ove MA Innes is one of the best in the genre MA Innes has given us one of her best stories that I have read. And I have read them all. In the past I have felt that some MA Innes/Shaw Montgomery books end too early. We get an HEA but I sometimes have felt that wanted more of the characters after the"I love you's. I want to read about what happened after that. This book is everything I could hope for. I love these characters, the sweet hotness. Holy Hotness. This book is one that I will read over and over again. MA Innes has out done herself. This book is part 2/ book 2 for Leon and Morgan and you should also read Destin's book first too for background and serious enjoyment of another great book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Denise GremoryKohta

    This was what I wanted. I get so attached to M. A. Innes’s characters and I needed Leon and Morgan’s relationship to progress. What I especially like about this is how they both were learning, mainly about themselves. People grow and learn every day and it never stops. Going on this journey with them touched so many emotions. Man I’m still worried about Leon’s parents interfering. They definitely don’t give off the warm fuzzies that’s for sure. I’d love to meet Nana. Now that’s a girl I can rela This was what I wanted. I get so attached to M. A. Innes’s characters and I needed Leon and Morgan’s relationship to progress. What I especially like about this is how they both were learning, mainly about themselves. People grow and learn every day and it never stops. Going on this journey with them touched so many emotions. Man I’m still worried about Leon’s parents interfering. They definitely don’t give off the warm fuzzies that’s for sure. I’d love to meet Nana. Now that’s a girl I can relate to lol. Once again M. A. Innes has given us what we always want. More!!! Something tells me this won’t be the last we see of these guys.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    This second book of The Education of the Heart series was well written with great characters. Like a lot of M.A. Innes' books, this one took place in the same fictional town, connected to the same fictional university even, and had some different cameo appearances by some of the characters from his other books. This interconnectedness is truly one of my favorite things about Innes' writing, as it's always entertaining to see old faces again in a fresh story. Anyway, I enjoyed this novel and am h This second book of The Education of the Heart series was well written with great characters. Like a lot of M.A. Innes' books, this one took place in the same fictional town, connected to the same fictional university even, and had some different cameo appearances by some of the characters from his other books. This interconnectedness is truly one of my favorite things about Innes' writing, as it's always entertaining to see old faces again in a fresh story. Anyway, I enjoyed this novel and am hoping there will be another book about Leon and Morgan.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Himom90

    Leon and Morgan!! I adore Leon and Morgan and this was a great follow up to their first book.Learning more about Leon’s upbringing helped explain how he became so uptight and why having Destin as a roommate was integral to Leon growing into the perfect Daddy, dom, and boyfriend for Morgan. Hopefully we’ll get to see more of the gang in future books and possibly visit from Nana!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ankita Singh

    Beautiful story I loved this continuation of Leon and Morgan's story! My only complaint is that after the blurb, I was expecting a bit more about Leon's past, a bit more of getting to know him. But even without it, I loved the way the story progressed. Beautiful story I loved this continuation of Leon and Morgan's story! My only complaint is that after the blurb, I was expecting a bit more about Leon's past, a bit more of getting to know him. But even without it, I loved the way the story progressed.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mary Dunlap

    A sweet ending Of a sweet book. Who knows what you need ...sometimes you don't know what you need. But when you meet your other half they help you figure out what you needed. And a HEA never gets old A sweet ending Of a sweet book. Who knows what you need ...sometimes you don't know what you need. But when you meet your other half they help you figure out what you needed. And a HEA never gets old

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    Outstanding The wonderful loving relationship that continues to develop in this sequel to Learning to Trust is the highlight of this story. The fact that the characters are so well written and that there is a nice level of heat to it are bonuses.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Loved it. Leon is such a great Daddy/Dom/Boyfriend and Morgan is still very sweet. Perfect for when you want something hot and sweet.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Louise

    Protecting his ! Beautiful MM relationship with learning how to be a Dom and Daddy. Lots a fun and 'Littles' get togethers. Excellent story done by a highly imaginative Author. Protecting his ! Beautiful MM relationship with learning how to be a Dom and Daddy. Lots a fun and 'Littles' get togethers. Excellent story done by a highly imaginative Author.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Elicia Bennett

    Love this book. You need to read the first book to understand this one. That being said this book was great and I love the happy ending.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Saz

    Sweet little/needy submissive Leon knows what to do Loved it from both sides, the submission that morgan gives is beautiful and the exploration of sex with leon as a demisexual 😍😍😍

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alice

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brandyn L

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  22. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

  23. 5 out of 5

    Janice Carpenter

  24. 5 out of 5

    Krista

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cyprea

  26. 5 out of 5

    andrea moran

  27. 4 out of 5

    Angie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

  29. 5 out of 5

    Staci

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jeanie

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