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Dr. Jordan Peterson's world was literally obliterated. How does anyone find the strength to go on after such loss? He knows he's supposed to—friends and family show their support, their love and concern, but it just doesn't matter anymore.
As successful as Lucas Conover is, he has lived a lonely life with no family and never any love. His childhood was something straight out of a horror story. (Think—foster family gone terribly wrong)
You know what's going to happen next, right? Not so fast. Sure, Luke and Jordan find themselves attracted to one another, but they have some major hurdles to overcome individually.
As the two of them spend time together coordinating a youth center, which was a part of Keith's dream (Jordan's lover), they don't even realize they've been helping the other find their way.
This story is painful and heart-wrenching. It's a reminder of what's important and not to take anything for granted. It's also a story of second chances, redemption, and self-worth.
For those familiar with this series or with any of Felice Stevens books, you know how family and close friends are one and the same. Her characters are so real—flaws and all. Yet, they're the only ones that matter. Luke and Jordan don't get to heaven without passing through hell. But when they do, it's the pinnacle of ultimate beauty. Absolutely a must read series from one of the BEST authors out there. Hands down, five shining stars for me.
Lucas Conover is key in helping Jordan get through his self destructive addiction. My heart broke for the arrogant Dr Jordan Peterson, whom we met in the first book, "A Walk Through Fire". His terrible loss of his fiance Keith shatters his heart, and nearly costs him his friends, his family, and his job. We got to see Ash and Drew, Mike and Rachel, and visit some more with the beloved elderly matriarch of the bunch, Esther, Drew's wise and sharp witted grandmother. The ending scene between Ash and Lucas is powerful, and I read it through blurred vision as tears ran down my cheeks. Secrets and dark pasts are revealed, and pain and shame are brought forth into the harsh light of day. Forgiveness can only be found from the love and guidance of one's partner standing by their side, knowing that they will catch them when they fall. Lucas has Jordan by his side, and Ash has Drew by his side, lending a hand to help forge the broken bond between the two brothers. Together, Drew and Jordan guide both wounded brothers out of the darkness, and on to the path to self forgiveness, and help them release the bonds of anger, guilt, and resentment.
The very last chapter of the book had me crying the hardest. Together, Lucas and Jordan go visit the grave of Keith, and say their goodbyes. Jordan talks to Keith,saying, "I loved you hard and with everything I had, babe, but it's not fair to Lucas. It's time I let you go. Let go of the past." Lucas protests the past saying, "NO. You don't need to forget the past in order to live the future." He goes on to say how he thought he would never fall in love, and believed he didn't deserve to be loved. Jordan and Lucas both touch the gravestone, running their fingers over the engraved letters of Keith's name, saying goodbye. "Forever in both of our hearts, babe. See you soon."
Tears ran down my face as I sobbed reading this book. I love a book that makes me feel, one that I can relate to the characters, and without a doubt experience their deep emotions. Felice Stevens has accomplished that task, and for me, she has become one of favorite new authors.
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Things ended pretty horrific for Jordan at the end of the last book. I will admit that this man was hard to like in the last book and I wasn't sure if...Read more
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
This is the second book in the Through Hell and Back series.Read more