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- Print Length: 225 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Jessie G Books Inc. (September 20, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 20, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KA83UYE
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,840 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
I also cannot wait for Jacky's story. My heart aches for him. I cannot imagine what his past held, and what his future holds. Jessie gives us a brief glimpse into his life, a small scene, and I just need more.
I felt for Colin throughout. He was punishing himself over and over again for what he did as a stupid kid.. But even through all that he still made a success of himself with his business partnership with Owen.
Arnaud really is the perfect opposite for Colin. I loved him for realizing that Colin needed time and being willing to give it and still work towards their new relationship.
I can't wait for the next story in the series. I really need for Jacky to have his own story soon also.
Still not sure what's up Saul and Javier who in the books that followed theirs, including this one, it's been hinted that something is going on still and life isn't all butterflies and ponies with them. Never felt that they got their happily ever after. Series is just not as well put together as it was in the beginning.
Colin and Arnaud were young lovers. From the moment they meet eyes after Arnaud had delivered a captivating dance performance, they both knew this was special. However as all good love stories go, the excitement of young love can become entangled with real life getting in the way and throwing them a huge curveball.
Arnaud was a dancer and his dream was to see the World and become a recognised name in the art of dance. Colin was from a staunch business family, well known in society but his devotion and support to Arnaud and his dream was undisputable. That is until the stress of separation for Arnaud to appear at various places across the states took its toll. On that fateful night when everything goes to hell, would there be any way that they could come back from this?
This was told in a flashback from the beginning so it was easy to keep the storyline fresh in my mind on what happened a decade back to what was happening now. The backstory for these two and the devastation that took place wasn’t as drama filled as the other men’s story in the series but an impact that happens all too frequently in real life. The pieces that were missing for me though were the separation years and why Arnaud would not try what he eventually did before a decade had passed. Yes I knew about the contact with the lawyer but it just seemed a little too late for me or maybe I missed something.
However I loved the connection between the two and the re-establishment of their love was not hashed out with too much backwards and forwards going on. The chemistry was recognisable which was cleverly done as there was not much on page between the sheets action until late in the book. For me to not realise that until I had finished just encapsulates what an engaging read it was.
Overall this was a great addition to the series and was good to catch up with all the men from previous books (although I did have to keep pausing to remember them – apart from Bull and Red who have always been my favourites but don’t tell the others!)
I would definitely recommend this series and this would be a good one for the new reader to dive in to see if it was for them. I think it would be! Four and a half stars.
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This book is about Colin and Arnaud. Colin was hooked when they met as teenagers when he watched Arnaud dance for the first time.Read more