- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1781 KB
- Print Length: 113 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Manifest Vision Publishing (2 Nov. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017JF47XY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,028,683 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love On Life Support (Fated Soulmates Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The story is sweet and I really believed in the connection between Trent and Matthew. I love the way Trent slowed down and allowed Matthew time to adjust to the idea of a relationship and I love the way Matthew’s kids encouraged the relationship.
The storyline with Matthew’s father felt overblown. I hate the cliche m/m plot device where a bullet wound brings everyone together for the HEA and this story uses the very tired formula with limited effect. Matthew’s relationship with his parents is far too simplistic to be believable and his father becomes more of a comic book villain than a human being by the end.
I found the prose very choppy and at times I wanted a red pen. Frequent simple spelling mistakes (your not you’re, hold up not holed up, rath not wrath) were distracting while punctuation errors altered meaning in places. A thorough edit would help the author show, not tell his story and add a layer of emotional resonance to the story.
The stars are for the connection between the main characters and some entertaining moments where we see the men at work. I would love to see this story fully developed and edited properly as the premise has great possibility.
I was given copy of this book in exchange for an honest review for Inked Rainbow Reviews.
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This was a Sweet story full of heart ache, broken hearts, guarded hearts, shielded hearts, and the gradual thawing of frozen hearts. How do you learn to love again when fear of getting hurt is such a huge concern?
How do you learn what a real loving family is supposed to be like, if you never had the opportunity to experience it? Except with a sister who also tried to get out of a crazy home. A sister and eventual brother in law with an aunt who cared for all of them dearly finally began to show him what family truly meant.
Because I spent most of my time listening to the book I was at times confused by just who I was listening to. Eventually I became familiar enough with the MCs that I knew who I was listening to, well and I also actually read read so I got into the style of the author. Which made me enjoy it even more.
I really enjoyed this book, a first by this author and was glad to see he already has additionally published works. If you enjoy stories featuring medical personnel, first responders, slow building romances, gay dads, men who put others first, falling in love reluctantly, but thoroughly. Having friends who are closer and care more than family.
How important is work to you? How important are your work friendships? Do you cherish their council and advice? Do you spend more time at work than at home? Do you put your all into your job despite the potential for danger or maybe because of it? Do you have a great time with work acquaintances during on and off hours?
This story can be just what you're looking for. I most certainly plan to read it a few more times. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
There were just several instances where I wasn't sure who was actually speaking and I had to go back and re-read bits of the conversation to figure it out. Other times I had to keep reading ahead to understand it.
I love stories involving medical personnel. Spoiler alert. There was one instance where they were talking about their relationship in front of a conscious patient. Not cool. Very unprofessional. That kind of thing takes an entire star away.