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- Publication Date: December 1, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B077W7XH8M
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Pacey is moving through life trying to fill the hole Adam made when he left six long years ago. He thinks he's done it when he finds a drunk and unconscious Adam in a dark, dirty alley. Saving him isn't something new to Pacey but he didn't think he'd ever be in a position to do it again.
Adam is drowning himself in drinking, drugs, and music. What he can't seem to get enough of is doing nothing to fill his soul with what it craves, or rather who, but there's no way he'll ever admit to leaving the best part of his life behind when his career has the wings and momentum it currently has. Once again, though, he'll need Pacey to get back on his feet whether he wants to accept it or not.
A chance encounter brings their lives together again and they find that they had no clue how much they missed their friendship. Pacey had a better idea of that because when you're the one being left it's harder to forget. Adam has the luxury of forgetting because he's surrounded himself with substances and adoration of millions to cover all the uncomfortable feelings of loneliness...at least until the crowds stop cheering, the guitar and microphone are packed up, and the high wears off. Which is exactly what put him in Pacey's path.
As they reconnect and get to know one another now that they've got a bit more life experience under them they're drawn to one another in ways neither of them expected. Childhood love deepens, broadens, and grows for Pacey and is now in an even worse place if Adam should leave like he's promising to do. Adam is scared of what he feels for Pacey because it's not part of his career or personal plan at all. When he draws Pacey in only to make the same mistake as before he has to decide if his original plan is really worth not having Pacey. Will he let more time pass or will he be brave and give their love the Encore it really deserves?
They have a hell of a time navigating their confusing feelings, paparazzi, families, careers, and finding forgiveness. Overall this story was good and they made a good couple when Adam got his head out of his...well, you know. What they find when they make the right choices is passion, music straight from their souls, and a beautiful collaboration.
They were best friends for ever. Right now..? they haven't seen or heard each other for 6 years.
Pacey doesn't understand why Adam was gone without a word.
When Pacey sees a man lying in an alley, drunk, he doesn't recognize him first he helps him to a bar and wait until he is conscious again.
Adam is in a bad place at the moment, he is 'forced' to do things he doesn't like, he is unhappy.
He is famous as a musician and doesn't really like it. Pacey is also a musician only plays classical music, unlike Adam. They pick up their friendship.
They meet each other again and again.
We get to meet them how they connect Pacey was always in love with Adam.... After Adam sees Pacey playing his harp at a concert he kissed him hard. Life isn't simple for Adam.
Work, fans, family history....he had and has a difficult life.
Pacey was devastated 6 years ago and now history is repeating itself.....
Nice smooth written story, it was entertaining and absolutely good to visualize. For me was Pacey more lovable than Adam, further in the story and certainly at the end Adam was more adorable ...and they have their HEA !!!
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Now, six years later, Pacey finds an unconscious man in an alley on a freezing night. That man turns out to be Adam, and their connection is reestablished.
I liked this story, with attention paid to each man's point of view. I found their fears and anxieties to be understandable. I liked Pacey's relationship with his parents. I absolutely hated Adam's mother, and I had a hard time believing she might actually love her son. I wanted to see Adam really stand up to her, Simon, and the bandmates. While the ending was satisfying and sweet, I wanted to see how the couple were handling the paparazzi, how Adam was able to deal with his addictions, and how the bandmates reacted to the changes. Some things seemed wrapped up a little too easily.
My favorite scenes were the ones with Adam and Pacey talking things out, and those with them making music together. I found this story enjoyable.
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This is a new-to-me author so I didn't know what to expect going in. I love finding new authors and adding to my ever growing list of M/M addiction stories.Read more