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Being at the top of your game comes at a cost. For Daniel, it’s his health. Sent by his best friend and doctor, Alan, he’s to rest and relax on a private island. Arriving there, he’s intrigued with Joshua. But he hasn’t gotten his executive brain shut off yet and all he sees is a property he wants for his company. But the more time he spends with Joshua and the gang, the more he sees the value of the people and not the place.
Joshua is hanging on to the hotel by his fingernails. He needs to save the place, to protect and give his motley crew a place to be safe. He doesn’t understand what Daniel sees in him. Every time he looks in the mirror, he still sees the fat and damaged kid that was thrown out of his house. Yet with Daniel’s gentle persuasion, he starts to see his own self-worth.
This story has it all. Wonderfully written characters and a great story line. You are pulled into the story and you don’t want to leave. You laugh, cry and hurt when the characters do. You feel their every emotion. I can’t wait to read more of this gang.
I love the idea of a safe place for people who need to be away but not alone. Just lovely.
Truth be told, sometimes it felt like I missed a paragraph while reading. I didn't but kept feeling like I did, like between what I 'just' read and was reading 'now' was something I didn't get somehow...
Even so I liked this May-December story. And I liked that young, sweet Josh was not the typical male specimen sculpted to perfection most all love stories portray. Don't get me wrong, I love all that hot, yummy perfection like crazy, drooling is healthy 🤪 This was just a bit different and refreshingly normal...
I'll keep reading 📖