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- Publication Date: September 27, 2017
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- Language: English
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All or Nothing (Together Book 3) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Rico, a Brooklyn transplant via Miami, runs a catering company with Gideon. And although he’s occasionally envious of his friend, Rico knows his destiny is hook-ups and one-night stands. He doesn’t ‘do’ relationships.
From the moment he met Adam Barton, an FDNY fireman, Rico’s been thinking about the flame-haired hunk. When Adam drops by the store to buy his lunch, Rico hid out in his office in the back. Then one day Adam corners the uncharacteristically tongue-tied Rico and manages to get Rico to agree to go out to dinner with him.
Dinner leads to a night at Adam’s apartment and the figurative sparks fly. That Rico is gone in the morning isn’t a surprise to Adam, but the man is not easily deterred. And, unlike in Book 1, the listeners get both the pursuer (Adam) and the pursued (Rico)’s point of view. This worked because both men have secrets from their pasts that they’ve never shared with anyone. Secrets that only have power while kept from the world
Both men have strong filial relationships with their fathers. But while Adam is closely bonded with his father, Rico is always trying to please his, a man who is high up in the Conservative Party in Florida. Needless to say, this is the perfect setup for conflict.
The desire to make one’s parents proud can be very strong. The belief you’ll never be good enough can be painful to live with. With Adam by his side, though, Rico might just find the strength – if the two of them can stay together. When there’s a crisis, both men prove dependable and incredibly supportive. When things are ‘normal’, though, they both spend too much time in their heads. An honest discussion would clear up most of their problems, but this is a Felice book, so there is no easy resolution. Adam and Rico have to fight for their happily ever after.
My only complaint is that every time one or the other feels ‘slighted’, he runs off to the closest bar looking for meaningless sex. It’s irritating. Small complaint, though.
When everything is on the line, each man proves his worth and his love for the other. The ending was a little too easy, but that’s okay too. Feel-good books are awesome.
Nick J. Russo is a favourite of mine and even though he didn’t narrate Book 1, his performance was consistent, so it wasn’t disruptive
I recommend the book. New York, families, good friends, nice bartenders, hot men… What else could someone ask for?
Oh, a cow named Bella.
Our main couple, Adam and Rico, couldn't be more different ;) Adam is a firefighter and an openly gay man... after some bumps at the beginning, he has a supportive parents behind him and even though there are some very dark moments in his past... *sighs* I so cried when he was telling that particular story even though I sort of knew it was gonna be something like that but don't worry, #NoSpoilers for you :) he feels pretty good in his own skin :) Rico on the other hand... my heart went out to him... he's definitely in the closet... he keeps to himself, going from one one-night-stand hookup to another and never looking for a relationship, because of his father... he's in politics and knows nothing about Rico's sexuality... and since he's the only close family he has now, after his mother passed away years ago, he don't want to jeopardize their relationship by telling him about being gay... it's of course a much more complex situation that what I am describing, but you're gonna have to read the book for more details :) from the beginning of this book you can tell that there were some small interactions between them in that previous story, but nothing that will ruin your experience right now if you haven't read it :) there's definitely a spark there, that's for sure :) which very quickly turns into a full blown fire ;) but since neither of them is looking for anything serious, they decide to just... well... become friends with benefits of sorts ;) of course over time both of them start to feel more for each other and... you just gonna have to read the book to see that beautiful story :)
I gave this book 5 stars... :) I definitely enjoyed the previous one by this author, but this one was even better... :) there is just something about her writing style... she hits me in all the feels... I laughed and cried and thoroughly enjoyed myself :) there is no magical resolutions to some real and serious problems / issues our main characters face in this story... yes, we get a happy ending... and oh how lovely that epilogue was... :) but there are definitely still things we know will take time to fully be resolved... and that's amazing :) because it's so honest and real... :) like I mentioned before, we do get several appearances of the couple from that previous stories and they definitely made me want to read more about them :) after loving yet another book from this author I am generally in the mood to read more of her work :) so I definitely highly recommend you guys to check her out :) start here or with another one of her stories, but definitely don't miss out on her wonderful work :)