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All or Nothing (The Together series) (Volume 3) Paperback – September 24, 2017
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These two have met before. Rico is the Miami Cuban-American partner of Gideon, with whom he started a catering business in Brooklyn in the first book, where Gideon and Jonah came together. That was also the book where the synagogue kitchen they ran caught fire and hunky Texas transplant fireman Adam came to the fore--and the sparks began to fly.
Well, here is what happens after that. I truly loved Adam (why wouldn't I, he's a ginger), but Rico was so conflicted I started losing patience with him by half way. Then sparks began to fly once again, in many respects, including revelation by both of deeply held secrets and an almost fairy tale path to the end. Which was very satisfying.
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But now that I've gotten to know him better, I love him even more. He's caring, compassionate, and sweet. He's a good friend and a loving son. I don't know if it's the rescuing kittens thing or what he did for that young boy or if it's that he's had so much heartbreak in his life but I desperately wanted him to find happiness.
There was never any doubt in my mind that Adam and Rico belonged together and it frustrated me to no end that Rico took so long to get on board with the plan. Not that I didn't enjoy all the hot sex between them but I wanted their happily ever after.
Rico has always been a bit of a mystery. We didn't know much about him but he was always there for Gideon so I knew he was a good guy. And Hello! Sexy Cuban chef in the house! But I had no idea what secrets he was hiding. I never expected to have such a strong negative reaction to his father. It made me angry that Rico felt he couldn't be himself and that he was always made to feel as though he had to forfeit his own happiness to protect his father's career. It made me sad and angry that he wouldn't talk to his father about how he felt. It was unfair to himself and to Adam.
But I really liked how Adam and Rico's relationship evolved throughout the book and how they were there to support each other when they needed it most. I even liked when they were missing each other because it meant that they had real feelings for the other. I'm so glad that these two wonderful men got their own beautiful story.
Adam Barton is fireman, strong and loyal, but with a secret.
Rico is trapped between a rock and a hard place. The son of a conservative politician, he fear outing himself will cause a rift between himself and his father, and irreparable harm to his father’s career.
Once again, Felice gives us strong character, almost impossible personal decisions, and just the right amount of personal growth and character development to make you fall in love with these guys.