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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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As the story unfolded, this remarkable author was able to set the tempo to what felt to me, as a well performed, wickedly, sexy tango, of push and pull between these two multifaceted MCs who shared undeniable chemistry. With every layer pulled back from Brandon, I begun to see him in a different light. C.J. Lynne, has given us with this story, a beautiful, yet sad tale of the ramifications of not being able to stand in one's TRUTH.
This author paints with words and has the ability to entice the reader into the story effortlessly. The vivid prose and stellar storytelling had me rooting for Simon and Brandon's HEA. Though it was bumpy, it was worth the wait. The FEELS in the book were top notch and the sex scenes were hawt as HADES. I found myself falling in love with Brandon, a character I loathed in book one, as he slowly discovered himself. I also realized that the *bad boy* behavior towards his ex-boyfriend Ty, was nothing but bravado, of a scared, confused individual. I truly enjoyed this book and I can hardly wait for Ben's story.
BARVO BRAVA!!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!
This is book two in the Infinity series. I would recommend that you read book one, Worth The Risk, if only to know just how Brandon wrecked Tyler 3 years ago. Not totally necessary, though.
Brandon is so far in the closet, he doesn't even know WHERE he is anymore! Facing up to his father, and NOT going to law school, Brandon now comes face to face with Tyler, and he has to own up to what he did. And he does. Tyler's best friend, Simon, though, won't let Brandon get away with it. But Simon's reaction to meeting Brandon properly again for the first time is MASSIVE and INSTANT, and oh so unexpected. Simon won't, though, be anyone dirty little secret. Brandon has to own up WHO he is before Simon will go down that road.
And my gosh! What a great read! I love characters who, for one reason or another cannot own up to who they really are, who they really want, and Brandon, bless his heart, he fights. He FIGHTS so darn HARD, but Simon will not let up!
And let me tell ya, once Brandon admits to HIMSELF who he is and WHO he wants, that man is all in! And it is spectacular watching both these men fall and fall hard for each other. It is, really, quite beautiful watching these two, it really is.
And I did NOT see that coming at me, no ma'am I did not expect that!! Way to go Brandon!
I said in my review for Worth The Risk that there was some repetition of a couple of phases, and I was worried here, but there was none of that!
I loved that Tyler and Jax play a huge part here, and that Ben, the owner of Infinity plays a part, and his book is laid out, sorta. There is a little bit of a preview for Ben's book, Breaking The Rules, and his book is told in the first person. Now those who follow my reviews will know that's not a great favourite of mine, but because I KNOW this now, it won't be a problem. Can't wait to read it!
A much MUCH better read than book one so...
5 full stars.
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