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- Average Customer Review: 19 customer reviews
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It's about pain and loss, joy and hope, second chances at life and new beginnings. It's about finding family and learning how to let yourself be loved.
Asher and Drew are a magnificent pairing, birth men bowing under the weight of their past, both men capable of bearing the weight of the other's fears.
That I could get teary about what happens to one of the secondary characters is testimony to the world building skills of the author.
I fell so in love with ash and drew
There connection was so intense it was such a emotional journey for them both
I laughed and cried and fell in love with ash and drew and there journey
My heart broke at times for these guys they had me on the edge of my seat I couldn't put this book down from the moment I was transported into there world
There was times I wanted to hug ash and drew
I love the way we was introduced to some amazing characters I'm looking forward to more
This was a amazing way to start a series
Thank you Felice Stevens for this amazing emotional journey
I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.
This book deals with issues of physical abuse and sexual abuse. If that bother's you, do not read this story.
Ash is drifting through life trying not to feel anything. He has made something of himself and despite his success, his demons follow him wherever he goes. Drew is trying to find his place - he wants to no longer be lonely. When these two meet, despite their initial attraction, both are trying to fight their attraction.
This story was more about family - finding it, savoring it, accepting it. Even though the two main characters come from very different backgrounds, their struggles allow them to find out what being a real family is all about. I really enjoyed Nana - she was a ball buster, who took names and didn't care what other's thought. Jordan was an OK character, but I really disliked him for a good portion of the book. Rachel was a good character, but I thought her portion was not really that integral, she was a very minor character, even though I think she was supposed to be more important.
I really enjoyed the story, however, there were quotations instead of apostrophe's in my copy, which was slightly distracting - especially when I tried to listen to my Kindle. Also, the chapter breaks were somewhat choppy. While I did enjoy how long the book spanned (in months), it did jump quite a bit. Also, I felt like the book left a lot of unanswered questions, which was both frustrating and kept me wanting more - the ending felt abrupt.
Most recent customer reviews
What a great start to this series this was!
Ash and Drew are fantastically written, although damaged, characters. Read more
I was pleasantly surprised by this book as it had me wanting to read it in one sitting it was so good. I enjoyed the relationship between the Asher and Drew. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Freckles
This is one of the nicest stories I've read. Drew is a plastic surgeon who is building a clinic where his childhood friends volunteer in helping abused children who can come for... Read morePublished on 28 Mar. 2015 by Rowan