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Finding Grey (Return to You Book 1) Kindle Edition
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★★★★★ "Fans of Rebecca Raine you are in for a treat with Finding Grey." - HeidiLynns BookReviews
★★★★★ "The blurb for Finding Grey intrigued me as soon as I read it. And let me tell you, I loved it!" - Reviews from the Heart
★★★★★ "Outstanding. As beautifully written as it is brilliant. 'Finding Grey' will forever sit...on my virtual shelf as a 5-star-plus story to re-read many, many, times. Gorgeous." - Zakarrie, GoodReads Reviewer
★★★★★ "There is so much feeling and emotion in this story...The attraction and lust between [Dante and Sean] jump off the pages." - hmg_vermont, Amazon Reviewer
★★★★★ "Beautiful, touching, erotic, and funny. It honestly felt like reading a behind the scenes love story for a famous rock star." - Levia, GoodReads
- ASIN : B07NVX1RJ4
- Publication date : February 17, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 4166 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 309 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #275,119 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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If you’ve ever used music to help yourself over a rough patch, a difficult day, a terrible year, this book should speak to that part of you the way it did to me. It brought back memories of singing along with every sad love song I’ve adored. To have an author write a story that can tap into those memories was indeed special. Please do not think that this is a sad, morose tale just because the author has a knack for expressing emotions through her writing as that is not the case. There are misunderstandings, joy, pain, beauty, discovery, learning to be true to yourself, and a very happy and satisfactory HEA.
Dante and Sean (Grey) steal their first kiss when they were teenage boys. Dante, an up and coming Rockstar, is ripped away by his abusive father who is his manager. Thrust into the public eye over the years, Dante is portrayed to be the ultimate bad boy, womanising rock star. Supressing his feelings for men has him hit a mental creative block and is unable to write more music. To find himself he goes to a retreat to focus on writing new material.
Sean gave up his photography business to help his father run his music retreat. The night years ago with Dante is always on his mind. Hurt by Dante standing him up after a concert, old wounds are open when Dante walks through his door. But it’s been eight years, and Dante doesn’t recognise him.
The chemistry between these two men is intense and raw as they find out more about each other, and Grey’s true identity is revealed. Rebecca has done an amazing job of bringing these two men together. Finding Grey is a wonderful story about learning to stand up for yourself, being honest and following your passion. The romance was sweet, hot at times and sensual.
Grey is great! I highly recommend this read.
Sean was the boy who had his first kiss with a rock star, and foolishly thought it meant something, until a mix-up that left him feeling snubbed by the musician at their one chance to meet up again, a few years later.
When Dante comes to stay at Sean's family's musician retreat, Sean is torn- having to work so closely to Dante. Dante thinks he recognizes Sean, but when Sean denies it, Dante accepts the fact that his memory is clouded and the boy from 8 years ago isn't the same person as the man in front of him. Without knowing that Sean is the Grey that he sought for so long, the two start to form a friendship, reluctantly so for Sean at first who tried to keep his distance to keep from getting hurt again, but it soon turns heated.
Despite the fact that I spent half of the book yelling at the characters, I absolutely loved them together!! Sean was so sweet with Dante as he explored what it was like to be with a man, and even while Dante still didn't know Sean was Grey, there was so much between them. Sean became Dante's muse, and Dante found the music within him that had been crushed and stifled. And the moment when they finally are on the same page, it just made me so happy!! I absolutely loved these two. This book makes an impression, and it's not one I'm likely to forget
They're only 17 and 15 when they first meet, but Dante is already a rock star and Sean has been following his musician father on tour to take photographs.
Dante is Seans first kiss an Sean is Dantes first kiss with a guy and neither one of them can forget the other one even when separated by outside force.
Years go by until Dante ends up on the retreat where Sean is helping his parents out.
I loved the tension and attraction between Sean and Dante and the way neither of them could help being drawn to each other. They are both delicious and I couldn't stop reading about them.
A great second chance, rock star romance!
I read for free with Kindle Unlimited, but I'll be buying a copy to support the writer!
Top reviews from other countries
Dante and Sean have crossed each other's pasts several times throughout their teen and early adult lives - and not always in a positive/happy way either. Dante's meddling and abusive father interfering in their lives the cause of their unhappiness (Note to prospective readers - the abuse is intimated, not occurring first hand in the book). When they cross paths in the present day as men in their mid-20s, the spark is still there, but Dante doesn't recognise Sean, and Sean is still hurt from their last encounter. Dante has always ruminated on what happened to 'Grey' - the name he gave to the mystery guy who never gave his real name but turned his world upside down. Sean reminds him of his memories of Grey, but surely it couldn't be him after all this time?
As they navigate their attraction and whether they can both afford to act on it, Dante just might find the soul his music has been missing, but at what cost? Sean knows Dante is only at the retreat temporarily, and will soon be back to his jet-setting life - so can he afford to put his heart on the line again?
I loved how their story progressed, and the humour and heartfelt moments interspersed throughout. It had a good balance, and the little twists/reveals towards the end filled in some blanks that I admit I didn't even know were there. As a fellow Aussie, I also love that this was set in Australia.
A great read that I would definitely recommend, and I look forward to reading more from this author.