- File Size: 507 KB
- Print Length: 193 pages
- Publisher: TTC Publishing; 1 edition (September 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LGEBCQO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #564,013 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hide and Seek: An All Cocks Story (All Cocks Stories Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Another beautiful creation by Jay Aheer, capturing multiple elements key to this story.
Third-person POV. Overlapping timelines - Hide and Seek picks up in the wake of The Monster Bar tragedy and plays through several of the key points of previous books. So, although this book can technically stand on it's own, the reader would greatly benefit by starting at the beginning and reading the stories in order.
Beaten within an inch of his life and left for dead, David is gifted a surprisingly fierce & protective guardian angel in the form of Dusty. Dusty cannot explain what draws him to the stranger who's brother caused so much mayhem and grief, but it's powerful and feels right. Dusty is his shelter from the storm, as memories return and feelings of guilt and unworthiness threaten to consume him. David is the light in the darkness he did not realize he dwelled in, bringing him to life and making him feel things he never had before.
The characters are so very well-written they could walk off the page and I would not have been surprised. The chemistry between them was great. Secondary characters mostly consisted of previously introduced pairs and triads; however, there were some fun new additions to the cast. Dialogue was believable, interactions felt natural. I laughed out loud, in public a few times, over some of the scenes (mom's phone call, and almost any scene involving Dusty's reaction to Dean's new status). My heart broke many times for David, it hurt for Gabe, Kory and Jon. I liked that not everyone was okay with it right away. I loved that Dusty was prepared for falling-outs over it. There were just so many raw emotions in this story, more so, I think than any of the previous ones.
The plot does deal with and describe David's horrible beating and the injuries sustained, as well as the lasting after-effects. If you are of a sensitive or squeamish nature, you may want to skim past those parts. The continuation of Mattie's quest is addressed as Father O'Corvi delivers the answer to their prayers and other cast members stories also continue in background intertwined with Dusty and David's story. While the writing style is fantastic and easy to read, the first part of the story felt a little slow as David was still a non-participating member of the on-going plot. Once he woke, it got better & improved even more once he was released.
There were very few real conflicts for David and Dusty to face. Predictability was virtually nil. An epilogue was written to wrap up certain areas and hint to things to come... can't wait! Overall, I recommend new readers to start from the beginning... you won't be disappointed.
Rating: [R] ~ Score: 4.4 ~ Stars: 4.5
*Note - scenes (via flashback and retellings) of brutality and violence
This is Dusty and David's story and is a beautiful but sad story. I warn you to have a box of tissue handy.
Dusty is at the hospital to support his best friend Kory, while his boyfriend Jon is in the hospital after a bad shooting in a gay bar that left some dead and several injured.
Dusty reads about the shooting in the paper and finds out the shooter first beat his own brother and left him for dead. He finds out David is in the same hospital struggling for life all alone and something pulls him to visit.
The story goes on with Dusty helping David get well, remember what happened and try to get back on life. Dusty finds himself falling for the sexy little guy but this causes and issue. Will his friends accept David since he is the brother to the man that killed Gio and injured Jon.
There are many struggles in this story and it is all heartfelt and some quite sad, while others quite surprising. There is also a sweet twist at the end that lightens the mood of such a sad story.
This series is fabulous. Each set of men have their own trials and tribulations and are connected like a large family. Each time a read a story in this book I say this is my favorite. They just get better and better. I have no idea how T.M. Smith will top this but I can't wait to see.
If you like gay porn stars,tear jerkers, sweet romance,a few surprising twists, and some hot man-sex this is just what you need for these cool nights. I promise it will warm you up ( and make you cry).
I loved the first half of this story, where we got to see Dusty and David falling for each other and learning about each other. I loved their instant pull to each other and chemistry together. Their story kinda lost me in the middle, everyone seemed just...overly emotional? Like, melodramatic, between things with Dusty's mother and father, and their friends finding out about David's family ties, and all. And I admit, it was a bit confusing with them both calling the other "D," there were a few times I had to go back and see who we were talking about. And then there was Dean, Dusty's dad, and yeah...lots of characters with their name starting with a D.
Overall, this was a sweet, sexy story while also touching on important subjects like coming out to a homophobic family and serious issues like hate crimes and shootings. If you are a fan of the All Cocks boys, you will definitely love this installment! I highly recommend this series. I have really enjoyed it, especially the last 3 stories.
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