- File Size: 1781 KB
- Print Length: 113 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Manifest Vision Publishing (November 2, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 2, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017JF47XY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #851,889 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Love On Life Support (Fated Soulmates Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This was a Sweet story full of heart ache, broken hearts, guarded hearts, shielded hearts, and the gradual thawing of frozen hearts. How do you learn to love again when fear of getting hurt is such a huge concern?
How do you learn what a real loving family is supposed to be like, if you never had the opportunity to experience it? Except with a sister who also tried to get out of a crazy home. A sister and eventual brother in law with an aunt who cared for all of them dearly finally began to show him what family truly meant.
Because I spent most of my time listening to the book I was at times confused by just who I was listening to. Eventually I became familiar enough with the MCs that I knew who I was listening to, well and I also actually read read so I got into the style of the author. Which made me enjoy it even more.
I really enjoyed this book, a first by this author and was glad to see he already has additionally published works. If you enjoy stories featuring medical personnel, first responders, slow building romances, gay dads, men who put others first, falling in love reluctantly, but thoroughly. Having friends who are closer and care more than family.
How important is work to you? How important are your work friendships? Do you cherish their council and advice? Do you spend more time at work than at home? Do you put your all into your job despite the potential for danger or maybe because of it? Do you have a great time with work acquaintances during on and off hours?
This story can be just what you're looking for. I most certainly plan to read it a few more times. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
There were just several instances where I wasn't sure who was actually speaking and I had to go back and re-read bits of the conversation to figure it out. Other times I had to keep reading ahead to understand it.
I love stories involving medical personnel. Spoiler alert. There was one instance where they were talking about their relationship in front of a conscious patient. Not cool. Very unprofessional. That kind of thing takes an entire star away.
Matthew's life has been anything but easy. He knew he was gay but because of his homophobic father was forced to spend his time in school so deep in a closet he wasn't sure he would ever be able to come out of it. Going to college he found a way to explore the side of himself he was always forced to repress and decided that when he came home he would no longer hide. While his father may have disowned him his sister and her husband loved him enough that he never cared but when she and her husband tragically died he was left picking up the pieces. Love became something he desperately wanted in a partner but because of circumstances thought he would never get in so he learned to close himself off until the guy he lusted after in high school comes home.
The attraction between them is expensive but Trent's forceful approach leaves Matt reeling back in order to protect himself. Add the two get closer forces conspire to keep them apart. Will they find their way through it all together or will it push them to the breaking point?
Trent in comfortable in his own skin always has been. He's not afraid to be upfront about his own lifestyle choices and for anyone who tries to put him down because of it he doesn't even care it just rolls right off of him.
Matt has been scarred by circumstance by doesn't let it stop him from being himself anymore. He might keep things closer to the vest but with friends and family there to support him he is more open to trying things, even if he didn't realize it.
They have their share of troubles mostly revolving around one specific character in the story but I love to how they both opened up and we're accepting of each other.
The characters are well developed and I enjoyed getting to know each of them feeling that they were so real their struggles were your own. And by the end tissues were definitely needed as you felt everything right along with the characters.
Matthew and Trent knew each other from High school but they went their separate ways after graduation each holding unto a secret crush for each other.
After going to college and meeting again each one in their respective careers .... they started to develop a friendship not without resistance from Matthew.
Matthew’s life had been full of difficult moments and he never let himself be open to anyone.
Trent saw Matthew with different eyes and fought to win him over.
The story behind Matthew’s family and the heart of Trent made it possible for them to achieve what they wanted.
This is a great book!
My Rating 4.5 !
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