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- Publication Date: March 28, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BSKG3L7
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I have read most of the books in this series and have enjoyed them. This one is probably the third in order of which one I liked the best, but that is probably due in part to the religion aspect and finding oneself after spending years listening to what the Book of Mormon and the Bible have written on their pages.
The two characters are interesting enough to run the story, and I am glad they found themselves, as well as each other in the end. I know of far too many Mormon Brothers and Sisters who are living a lie unto themselves, or are only happy a small percentage of the time because they have chosen the Church over love. Chris and the boy formally known as Joshua, now called Julien deserve happiness and family with one another. Other characters from the other books in the series form a type of family with these two, but only slightly. I like how this series is interwoven, but not to the point where characters from other books overthrow the story of Chris and Julien.
Good read, and a happy ending.
But this one--this one is a blockbuster!
Not only does it deal with an exceptionally strong set of characters, it also takes a huge chunk out of the Mormon church, which will please some people but maybe offend others. Too bad--read it straight through to the end to see whether you agree that redemption is in the soul of the believer, even if he doesn't believe anymore.
L.A. Witt is joined in this one by Aleksandr Vionov, a truly accomplished m/m romance veteran, I don't know who wrote or contributed whatever along the way but the combination produced a book that is breathtaking, seriously hot, and brilliantly exposed every word of the way. One of the most extraordinary conclusions to a series in this genre of this or any other year. Get it now.
Chris went through so much to get to where he was and comfortable in his own skin and when you read this you growl at Julian as you read Chris’s thoughts and see his confused actions. But Chris being an amazing guy( a Mr. Darcy for men to be lucky to be with) forgave Julian unconditionally and was there for him no matter what with open arms. Even when Julian allowed his guilt to come into play Chris was there when he was needed. Chris loved wholly and unconditionally. Just took Julian awhile to see this and come around. Julian needed time to really look at himself and figure out his emotions before truly seeing Chris for who he is and to see his own emotions for being real.
These two when together wows. Steams up the kindle so have a towel handy. These two are perfect together. They support each other and give each other the strength one another needs to be who they are. Their chemistry is through the roof and written to where you truly feel all the emotions come off the pages. The easy banter is sexy to see and gives you all you need even if it is unsaid. The intimacy is like seeing two people become one even if it seems rough but their is passion and oneness there. The writing allows us to see this. As they come to terms with each other,they stand as one and become what the other truly needs. A beautiful book of forgiveness and love that is unconditional.