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- Print Length: 268 pages
- Publication Date: July 23, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B08CKWQDYT
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,810 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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‘Limitless’ was totally different than what I was expecting, but so much more than I could have imagined. I’ve never quite read a love story like this one, and honestly, I should have expected that from Hawthorne. The first part of this book was different from the other books, though it could relate a little to Cameron's story as it doesn’t start in Cherry Creek. Andy has been the brother that's been the most elusive, as he’s the one who took the inheritance and ran away to travel the world, while the other Motel brothers decided to go to Cherry Creek. Yet, according to his brothers, ever since he returned from his travels he had been a completely changed man; a little morose. Well, from tidbits picked up in previous books in the series, one would soon learn that Andy was this way because of a man he met in his travels. One he wouldn’t talk about...
So, ‘Limitless’ begins a little ways back in the series timeline, so that we as readers can experience what happened when Andy met Leonidas. Ironically these two souls who cross each other's paths in Paris, have very similar backgrounds; both are running away from their legacies (hotel owners) and families, even though they love the latter dearly. It seems they have both been called to travel and as a reader who related to both these men in a lot of ways, it was interesting to see these two, who just complement each other's soul perfectly, fall in love in a time in which most authors would never think to set a love story. Because you see they’re both wandering, but in different directions with no real reason to meet in the middle.
However, the wanderlust doesn’t stop either of them from feeling the impact the other has on their life, and between alleyways in Paris, hotels in Bordeaux, spiritual pilgrimages, and returning home...neither one is far from the others thoughts. They truly can’t get enough of each other and when they meet back up they don’t even really fight the challenges; they’re secondary to what these men can be for one another. So, once Andy and Leonidas realize they are each other’s true home the roadblocks seem to fade away and we all get to experience how two people make it work while still being true to themselves. It was truly a unique read and so very much Hawthorne’s one of a kind style.
‘Limitless’ was such a beautiful wrap up to the Motel brother’s stories in Cherry Creek. These stories have shown me as a reader, so many different ways one finds their someone even in the same wonderful and small town of Cherry Creek!
I have loved every minute and can’t wait to experience the brother’s stories again in the future!
I can’t fully put into words how much I love Andy and Leonidas. They have that instant attraction/love that is hot. They have become my favorite couple out of the Motel brothers. I feel like Andy resonates with me most in certain ways and with his idea of a relationship being always together with that person. I love how Leonidas opens up Andy’s eyes to the fact that being in a relationship doesn’t mean constantly together but having that “home” to home to, to make a phone call to when you miss them. These two are beautiful and I love them sooooo much!! Plus, Andy is by far the best looking of all the Motel brothers and he has a Greek beauty...what’s more perfect then that!!!
I loved finally getting to meet Andy and understanding his story. A good portion of the book occurs in France, where he meets Leonidas one day on the streets of Paris. It shouldn't have been anything, they were strangers in a strange land, but from the beginning they felt the draw to be with one another. It's the ultimate story of soulmate and finding love at first sight. Which is really hard to do. The great thing about this book is that while they fall in love in a very short amount of time, they still have to work for it. It's not smooth sailing but heartache and they make mistake after mistake in trying to understand their feelings for one another.
Leonidas is a wanderer. Where Andy is traveling for the freedom of finding himself, Leonidas doesn't have the urge to quit traveling until he is unable to physically do so. He started his journey with a purpose, and along the way, learned that he is meant to stay traveling.
Their story burns hot the crash is epic. Neither one of them understand the hows and the whys, but when they are apart physically, they are never far from one another's mind. It's a lovely book that explores finding home in someone else and making compromises that don't change who you are, yet still gives you the safe, stable foundation you didn't know you needed. Kate Hawthorne does an amazing job of showing how these two men could be so connected even when they're apart. It's not traditional. It challenges many things about what a couple in love should or shouldn't be or do together, but it works.
What I loved most about the Room for Love series has always been how unconventional it is. From the different ways each brother explores and practices kink, to how their relationship is structured. Because there's no right way to have a relationship and Limitless shows that. Andy and Leonidas prove that relationships and love doesn't always have to be conventional or make sense to others, so long as it makes sense to everyone involved.
I'm going to be sad to see these brothers go. I loved reading their books and watching them grow as people and as a family. Kate Hawthorne did an amazing job at telling the stories of these five kinky brothers and it was an absolute pleasure reading them. It's going to be hard to move one, but with each book, she's spreading her kinky little author wings that much more and I can't wait to see what comes next.