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- Publication Date: August 21, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KU249ZY
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"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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Andrew was constantly worried about their finances as they barely made enough to get by. But with some luck, Felix is given a golden opportunity but involves risks. Also along the way Felix is having some inner turmoil over his identity.
Andrew is worried that he isn`t enough to keep Felix to himself since he fears bottoming. Communication is a bit rocky but in the end they get their happy ending.
PS:. Love the Covers in both books, very original!💋
Second, a wonderful mix of detail embedded in thoughtfully balanced emotional POV. Great link exploration and sensitive and diverse enough queer representation.
Felix and Andrew are learning how to be together. They are smitten and eager to make sacrifices to bring joy to their home. Felix has been accustom to living carefree until now and is adjusting to the pressures of bringing in a steady income. Andrew is determined to push through uni without acquiring a hefty debt. Long days of meaningless work are slowly snuffing the light from Felix’s’ eyes. Andrew is aware that Felix is unhappy with his job but can’t find another solution. He figures they both need to square their shoulders and push on through, it won’t last forever.
But the dreary job is only one of the things troubling Felix.
He has a secret and he’s yet to find the courage to admit it to himself, let alone Andrew. He knows he can trust Andrew but everything is still so new and tender and what if he ruins it all? Better to keep this a secret until he’s certain. He just can’t risk it. But he forgets the golden rule of honesty. If you tell one lie, it leads to another and yet another until you are surrounded by a circle of untruths. How can he stop the chain reaction and when he finally does, will it be too late?
What's to like: More Felix and Andrew! Their stress and anxiety increases tenfold but they still have fun and are extremely sweet on each other. I enjoyed the return of old friends and the addition of new friends. And I always enjoy the sprinkling of Jo's British touch.
What's to love: First and foremost, I loved their affection and adoration for one another. They are seeing hearts and walking a few inches off the ground, it's too cute! Then, the arts were so vivid and bright they burned brightly behind my eyelids when I closed them. I could see the gorgeous dress, feel the delicate lace and smell the oils on the canvas. The designs both men create blew me away. I would love to see the inspiration behind the pieces and eagerly await anything additional Jo might have hidden away. Another beautiful component of this story was the self discovery we witness.
It was so...honest despite the fibs. Felix battled with himself and struggled to accept what he desired. He has always been comfortable and confident in his own skin. Why can't he admit his appreciation and longing for women's clothing? What does this make him? Could he be transgender? What if Andrew doesn't follow his desires? He needs Andrew more than he needs lingerie. But will he lose part of himself if he refuses to acknowledge another part? I found this aspect of the story extremely well done. Bravo!
Beware of: Lots of hot sex but is that truly a bad thing? I'm thinking...no.
This book is for: It's a solid sequel and should be treated as such. Please read book one first and with the smashing steal of a deal, why not?