- File Size: 1687 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (December 4, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 4, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018PR1YW2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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M/M Stalker, romance
I was given this book for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.
This was a different type of story for me. While I enjoyed the conflict and the dialogue to a point, I did find that the in between where people should have been able to infer between the lines, there really wasn't anything to read. It was almost empty.
Aud is a successful art dealer, who, despite his success, finds himself slightly lonely. He tries to keep himself busy with his work and really loves promoting others' art. I felt that he wasn't a super deep character, but he was enjoyable. I wish that he had more of a backbone when it came to the conflict in the story, as he seemed to just take what was being done to him. There was no fire in his character.
Then you have Leo, who, despite being in a dead end job, doesn't really take the steps to rectify the situation. Rather, he just seems content to hate his job. Then, after meeting Aud, while his social life picks up, you don't really get a very well rounded character.
I was much more interested in the secondary friend of Leo, Felix. I really liked Felix and his story - I would be very interested if he had a book himself, as I think he was much more engaging.
Overall, this was just OK.
Aud is a artist who owns his own art gallery. These two men meet at a art class Aud is teaching after one of Leo's friends decides it would be good for them to get out and try new things.
While I did like the authors pretense of this story I have to be honest and say I was really not a huge fan of these characters or the drama in this story sadly. I really do not know why but for some reason I just did like these two men together. I don't really know if it was the way Leo treats Aud or the way they really do not spend that much time together between all the bad things that are happening to them both but for some reason these two men just did not fit to me.
Then there was the drama which unfortunately was a little to much after awhile.
So I am sad to say this book was just not for me...
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review from Inked Rainbow Reads.
So this books starts out fine, Leo and his two friends go to an art class to change up there boring life. Aud is a gallery owner and the teacher of the class.
One look and Aud is intrigued by Leo and Leo is smitten by Aud.
But every time these two get together something happens. Or feel like someone is watching.
As they realize, Aud has a stalker and they try to figure out who it could be, they get the news that Leo best friend Felix was raped.
Now dealing with the stalker and rapist as well as trying to start a new relationship. These two have a lot going on.
So, I have to say, I found a lot of things I didn’t care about this book. The overall complete negativity towards most all the characters minor as well as the MC’s. Different professorial working branches public and private sector and negative comments about them and or how they are acting under certain conditions. Even bringing up a type of hate art. The rape that was thrown in with out any disclaimer, that I saw. And then that being a sub story or second story within this main story. So it never went away.
Even though, from learning that we’ve got two crimes going on, it’s pretty obvious it’s the same person doing both. It’s not clear to me, on why we’ve got the second. Maybe I missed it, but I never did figure out why ‘Axe’ targeted Felix? Random or did he know it was Leo’s BBF and hoped it would break up the budding relationship with Aud. IDK.
When Aud and Leo got to spend a few minutes together they seemed to have clicked. And we got to see what it would be like for them in a normal setting. However, for them it must have been enough, because by the end they got an HEA.
I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review by Crystals Many reviewers
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