- File Size: 1491 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Publication Date: December 17, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078GM9N81
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,894 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There were so many typos. I like to think I don't get as frustrated over that as most others that I see complaining about grammatical errors, but having to stop and reread sentences so that I can piece together what was meant to be said gets on my nerves when it happens more than a few times in a story.
Also, it seems the author thinks that going to a hardware store to pick out pain requires searching through aisles of different colors to find the right ones. That isn't how it works, and I found it difficult to take her seriously throughout the rest of the story.
It became harder to take her seriously when she said that there were 100 yards separating their houses. That's the length of a football field. I can only assume she meant feet but even that much distance I have a hard time believing in as Bennett can walk out his door and, from his driveway, Mac can casually ask him where he's going.
Bennett tells Mac that in the week that he's been back he's been living off pizza and Chinese food, and then a moment later he says it's the first time he's had Chinese food since being back.
At one point Bennett feels relieved after having apologized to Mac and I don't recall there being an apology. He says something like "I feel terrible, but you know, you did the same thing to me.", and that is not an apology. In fact, the more I think about it, the more I feel Mac deserved better.
Also, we never find out what happened to the attackers, and the only glimpse we get of him confronting his past is a few words exchanged with one of the guys he had thought was a friend. I kept expecting Bennett to learn that his attackers were out of jail now or something.
And boy does this sweet Mac lead Bennett on quite the adventure. Bennett whose nickname “Princess” suits him quite well, as he is in fact one of the most high maintenance characters I have read about in a while. It takes someone with some wit, humor and honestly patience to become what Bennett in fact needs.
An adorable nerd with a fetish for sexy science boxers, this character while hard headed at times, is just so goofy adorable that you can’t help but just love him to death. I have been unable to locate these boxers on-line, so I think our Morningstar could make quite a side company creating these nerdy creations…because I need these in my life.
Morningstar manages to not only create two very likable characters but a couple with actually some heartbreaking history. It is not until Bennett sees Mac in “A Different Light” that he knows just what Mac is to him.
“You…saved me that night. You showed them where I was, you…you held my hand…I remember that. I can sometimes still feel that warmth wrapped around my hand. It's what kept me grounded that night. I felt like if I had let go, I would’ve died…You were my anchor that night, and every night after when I thought I was lost.”
Mac may not consider himself a hero…but he is to Bennett. And the cover image for our dear Mac, just perfectly portrays the beauty that is this character.
This book, like the author’s first, has some absolutely beautifully written sexy moments and it is the heart to heart moments where I believe this author is at her best. Passionate and thoughtful, these moments are just so touching. I do wish a few of them had been longer, developing the character’s history, issues and their ultimate connection even further. The body painting scene…good grief…after hundreds of M/M books (even some that from the cover imply body paint), it is not until this book that I have been able to see this scene in all its glory.
Like in “Letting Go”, Morningstar has a way of interjecting such real genuinely funny situations that have me laughing out loud. From the paper plate scene in “Letting Go” to the destruction of paper plates here, to the use of painter’s tape and even oven mittens…it is these moments that I love.
Overall, such a sweet story of finding comfort and home in the most unlikely of places. I eagerly await Jaden and Danny’s story as I fell in love with them almost instantly.