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- Publication Date : October 3, 2020
- File Size : 3369 KB
- Print Length : 327 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B08KPGZDTN
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,332 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I read an ARC copy of this book and am volunteering my honest review.
Finn with his scars is someone, Colby cannot take his eyes off and for the first time in a long while he has come across someone who has caught his attention.
But, life is not simple and people are not kind. there’s a division between them that needs to be bridged, obstacles that need to be overcome and hurts that need to be soothed before they can gain their happiness.
This was an okay read for me, I did find myself skimming through some of the characters inner monologues. Colby was a tough character to warm up to for me. Finns self sacrificing was a bit much as well. I did like seeing the characters reach their HEA.
I voluntarily received an arc if this book.
Finn also wasn't a stranger to misery. He was a waiter at a club he hated. No matter how hard he tried to distance himself from that place, he kept coming back. Money is after all what makes the world go round and Finn had none. Living in a rundown apartment with 4 men in the same condition as him: broke.
"He'd done the one thing no one else could do. He made me feel something"
After being dragged to an exclusive club by his friends to be paraded around like "whales" to be caught Colby is ready to leave, that is until he catches sight of someone who isn't on the menu, someone with an intriguing scar running down his face. He wants to know how the boy got the scar. He wants to run his fingers down his face. He is almost obsessed in his desires.
Finn is used to men staring at his scar. He is used to being passed over as an "ugly." What he isn't used to is the intensity coming from the stare of the man looking at him as he passes around drinks off a tray. There is something about him, something different. The intrigue goes both ways and what follows is a whole new experience for both of them: feelings
I really liked this book. I liked the build up, the desires of the two MCs. I liked the fight they each had internally to stay away, yet both losing the battle over and over. I liked that neither MC was anything close to perfect. They were flawed. They were real. They were inevitable from that first moment in the club.
I hope this series continues. I could see some of Finns friends finding themselves in the eye of a few of Colbys billionaire buddies.