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- Print Length: 330 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1537757881
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- Publisher: Ivy Lane Media, LLC (September 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IJ959OA
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So much more than a m/m romance I was expecting. Its about love, acceptance, coming of age, music and passion, fame and the downfalls of it, family and the expectations of such and so much more.
Ginger Voight's writing has always been one that gets me from the very start. Her first m/m did just the same. I was so impressed with the way she wrote their passion for the music, the way Rudy held his ground and paved his own path. The subcharacters were just as important as Tony and Rudy. Tony...bless him...I wanted to throttle him and hate him yet I did love and understand his reluctance.
I was on the edge of my seat for this entire book. I cried and laughed and wanted to throw my kindle several times.
Bravo on a job well done!
It is always entertaining how Ginger weaves in characters from her other stories - you never know how you will see again next!
From page one, we are quickly thrust into the world of Rudy Renfro and his quest for stardom. Getting to witness first-hand his becoming the newest member of Tonos de Oro and how his life is never the same once he meets who will certainly become the love of his life, Tony Rojas. Nothing is held back in this book. Every closeted person's thoughts and feelings channeled through Rudy, are as raw as you could imagine. Rudy can't help but be attracted to Tony, like most around the charismatic latino, but is never quite sure if his feelings would ever be reciprocated.
There is great pain in Rudy's discovery of not only his fierce attraction to Tony but how he would fit into the gay lifestyle or what he perceives that to actually be. You can feel his anguish at every turn. Yet there are plenty of supporters who have his back when all seems to be lost, namely his sister Ria and the very welcomed appearance by one Caz Bixby, who is a favorite from previous work by the author.
This is not your typical love story, that I can safely say. Although there is great love to be discovered and a pride in himself that only Rudy can embrace, the journey he takes in finding his freedom is fraught with hurt, longing, physical pain, desperation and an ending that rocked me to the core. To say I was left with a myriad of emotions swirling in my brain, is a gross understatement. I'm still reeling. There is certain brutality that is all too real but the author pulls it off brilliantly.
As usual, many cameo appearances are made by beloved characters I've come to know over the years by enjoying Ginger Voight's books. They are always a welcomed addition and you feel as if your back with dear friends. Family and friends of both Tony and Rudy also make important contributions to this book and I'm hopeful we'll see them again.
I'm almost certain that the author will be writing more and that pleases me immensely. The love story of Rudy and Tony is far from over and I look forward to their continued voyage and those affected by their decisions.
A book I highly recommend.
5 explosive stars!