- File Size: 5395 KB
- Print Length: 275 pages
- Publisher: NineStar Press (May 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072F2RW6H
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
#306,179 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #1221 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Romance > Bisexual Romance
- #4985 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Romance > Gay Romance
- #5207 in Books > Gay & Lesbian > Literature & Fiction > Fiction > Romance > Gay
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Top Customer Reviews
As difficult as it was to walk through their lives, it felt almost imperative that I keep going. The storyline is rife with angst, miscommunication, and complex main characters that I wanted to strangle – repeatedly. However, their missteps and foibles are part of what makes them so appealing. Their issues with growing up and becoming adults make them more endearing.
The secondary characters are a mixed bag. The main peripheral is Adam’s girlfriend/stalker, April. She grated on me from her introduction and I absolutely loathed her. Well done, Ms. Ogilvy – it takes a lot to elicit that strong an emotion from me with a secondary character! Conniving, manipulative, dishonest and foul, she creates more problems than Jay and Adam could possibly get into on their own. This character pushes the storyline, occasionally completely taking it over, much to my dismay. It occasionally felt as if she was the main character instead of a secondary.
There are other peripheral characters, most of whom are glanced over rather than really getting into the mix, with the exception of Jay’s sister, Julia. Strong, independent, and willful to a fault, she oozed confidence and demanded the respect she certainly received.
The chemistry between the characters was there, but was very much secondary. Because they were already established as lovers at the beginning of the book, I didn’t feel the kind of pull that caused them to be in love or for them coming together.
Written in third person past tense with a dual POV, you can really get inside the heads of both characters, something I really enjoy. In the end, I’m rating this at three stars. If you are into new adult and angst, you will probably quite enjoy this book – though you’ll still detest April. Give it a try!
I voluntarily read an ARC copy of this book for Divine Magazine from NineStar Press with hopes for but no obligation to provide a review.
**Same worded review will appear on Goodreads, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.**
M/M Bi Romance
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.
Adam and Jay have been best friends for years. They moved together in order to stay close. Both are not necessarily living their dream, but they are surviving.
Adam meets April accidentally - she uses him and has a slightly strange pathology. She is a user and is not afraid to use people to get where she wants. She is struggling with her own family situation and because of that, she latches on and doesn't really let go. Is it love? I'm still not sure. I think it's more a relationship of convenience.
Adam doesn't really know how to handle the relationship with April - he also doesn't know what to do with his changing relationship with Jay. He is not happy with his current school situation - he feels like he has no life. He also has a family that doesn't really understand him nor are they very supportive.
Jay is just struggling with life in general. He has women and men in his bed, but deep in his heart, he loves Adam. When both of them struggle to find a way through the current situation, they both fumble. Jay and Adam are super young and still figuring out how to be adults.
Overall, this story had a lot packed in to it and in the end, it all smooths out, but I felt that the family situations were not really concluded well. I was left thinking what happened to the family and were they were ever able to resolve those issues.