Finding You: The Complete Box Set (a contemporary MM romance series) Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 2375 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 832 pages
- ASIN : B08JCZNXBF
- Publication Date : September 29, 2020
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #300,163 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Together Again - Isaac and Max - Isaac went to New York to attend a conference and ended up being locked in a room with smoke pouring in under the door. Max remembered him leaving and went to search for him, rescuing him just in time. The drama that arose involved flights between New York and Lisbon and Lucy arriving on the scene. Ana Ashley pulls out all the stops to grab your attention and keeps you clinging on by the tips of your fingers.
Love Again - Vitor and Tiago - It feels so bleh when you can feel the end of a story approaching. Puzzle pieces starting to fit when you just want the picture not quite complete. An age gap with all the feels of young love. Searching for loved ones to complete the family.
Complete Again - Dorian and Jean-Paul - How fitting to end a series with the beginning of how it all started. Pen pals across the ocean who end up together for life.
Summary - Ana Ashly has left me speechless which is not good for a reviewer. Friends and family all come together and unite across the books. I do hope that Fred, Afonso, Bruno and Mateus also get to tell us their stories.
Each of these books alone is great; they are well-written, packed with emotion, multi-dimensional characters you will immediately attach to, and engaging storylines. Each story has a slightly different spin: David and Joel (Home Again, Book 1) are childhood best friends to lovers; Isaac and Max (Together Again, Book 2) have an angstier story, with hurt/comfort, attraction then separation and then ultimately a second chance at love; Vitor and Tiago (Love Again, Book 3) is somewhat similar to Book 2 in the angst department, but has the added age gap element to it; and finally Dorian and Jean-Paul (Complete Again, Book 4) has a sweet childhood pen-pals to lovers story. But the backbone for all of the stories is seeing how the relationships with each of the couples develop and following the journey of each as they fall in love, find home with each other and, of course, get their HEAs.
Ana Ashley is great at writing a story that captivates you and keeps you entertained. There’s just enough angst to keep it from being a ball of fluff, but not too much, where it leaves you crying snd cursing the book gods for it. Her characters are always likable, and this set of characters are no different. I liked seeing familiar faces in each book. It’s always hard to say goodbye to characters you become attached to, so the extra time with them is greatly appreciated.
This series was a delight to read. I can’t wait to see what AA has in store for us next!
***I voluntarily accepted an advanced readers copy from Gay Romance Reviews. My review reflects my own thoughts and opinions***
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