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After the Fire (Through Hell and Back Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This one is Jordan and Luke's story.
Jordan is in a bad place. He lost the man he loved with all his heart. He's spiraling down and abusing pills and alcohol. It puts everything in jeopardy - his career, his social-life and his health.
Lucas has a hard time trusting people. Abandoned by his older brother and then left alone in a hospital he had to learn how to survive by himself. Luke believes that he'll spend his life alone. That is until he meets Jordan...
Wow! I don't even know where or how to start.
I loved this book. There were so many emotions packed into this story, that I think I was crying for most of it - sad tears, happy tears, you're-breaking-my-heart tears! Like I said... pure pleasure.
As for characters, I adored both of them. Although, few times I just wanted to go there and knock some sense into both of them. They were both so real, their story tragic, but believable, that it was easy to connect to them.
It was great to see Drew and Ash, too.
This book and series is a heartbreaking read of loss and struggle in life. The angst and emotions i went through with this book really pull on the heart strings. The characters really pull you in and don't let go and as i'm reviewing the Audio version of this book. The narration of this book is spot on keeping my attention. The reason for this is sometimes with Audio books no thought has been put into who will be narrating the story. Which for me spoils the enjoyment so when an author takes the time to make the voices fit the character/characters i really appreciate it more.
"Life isn't ever definite. When you think you have it all figured out, it bites you in the , letting you know not to take anything for granted."
If you're looking for emotion packed read then look no further!!
I loved as well how Felice brought Lucas intimate story and back into Ash's life without it feeling like just a plot device, it worked well within the narrative.
This one is angsty, but it's a different kind to the first book. Here there's more to do with grief and loss, anger and pain, a sense of hopelessness Esther than the relationship driven dramas of Drew and Ash.
Jordan and Lucas' dramas came more from what was happening around them as they tried to move on, although there was relationship hiccups too.
I liked that they were quick to anger but also quick to reconcile, they talked and they sought expert help when the sh*t hit the fan.
In bed they were dynamite, I loved how Jordan slowly realised he could love Lucas without the guilt and how Lucas realised he could depend on Jordan in spite of his mistakes.
Lucas and Jordan completely stole my heart I fell in love with them from page one
I loved following Lucas and Jordan's journey it sent me on a emotional rollercoaster but I loved it
There connection was so intense you could feel it
I felt like I was there with them sharing there ups and downs as they tried to fight there personal demons of there past I wanted to hug them
After the fire was beautifully written
Thank you felice Stevens for another amazing story
It is definitely worth reading book 1 in this series, A Walk Through Fire, before reading this one. Although you can read it as a standalone, you get more out of it by knowing the characters and their histories before going any further.
This is a very emotional story as Jordan tries to deal with the loss of Keith. There are moments when I was crying as I read the book and had to wipe my eyes before I could continue. Oh don't get me wrong - Jordan still has his "I'm a first-class dick" moments too but you get to see behind the mask and see that he makes mistakes too - just like anyone can.
Lucas is the perfect match for Jordan and won't take any of his rubbish. However, he does have his own issues to deal with and, although understandable, it was really starting to annoy me that he wouldn't speak with Ash!
This series is nowhere near finished (I hope) and there are still more characters I want to hear about. What is Tash's story? Where is Brandon? What happened to him when they disappeared? I can really recommend this book and series for all those who love a traumatic, emotional, impacting M/M read. Brilliant!
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