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Midnight Mass (Priest) (Volume 2) Paperback – December 17, 2015
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Is this different than the 1st one? Yes. Should it be? Yes. It has been 4 years. And, while we all applauded the decision at the end of Priest, Tyler changed his ENTIRE life. The humanity that is shown in the telling of their story is gripping, it makes you want to know where they will go, how they got where they are, and more importantly, why they will be ok in the future.
The story is well written. In some ways, I guess you can say it is darker...but as I think about that, I actually think that it is really a very similar tone. In the first one, he struggles with his identity as a priest, in this one, he struggles with his identity now that he is not a priest and tries to find his place in the new world in which he finds himself. I think telling his story, or their story, without including this would be a let down, would make Tyler and Poppy seem like less than real characters. The reason I was willing to invest in their story initially as that I believed they could be real people. In this story, they are real people.
Is this a darker story? Yes, it is. Although, there is not a lot all that "light" about a forbidden romance in which one of the characters is a Catholic Priest, so I guess I am surprised people were thinking it would be a light and easy read. It isn't. It is emotional, it will tear at your heart, it will make you cry. And, it will make you want to re-read Priest.
And, I have a confession: I liked this one better than Priest...
That's a good thing.
***Won an ARC in a contest***
Things get pretty bad between the 2 of them that it breaks your heart to see them go through so much hurt and heartache. But life events bring the 2 back together however things aren't perfect. When tragedy occurs, Tyler questions if he made the right professional choices and has to help Poppy too. But the 2 of them find their way back together and the heat is back and it is burning hot!
So glad to read more about what Poppy and Tyler and their hotness! Hope to read more about what they are up to in the next book in this series!
Tyler and Poppy have been married for 3 years as the book begins. Tyler working on his dissertation for a PhD in Theology and Pepper working on her studio and the foundation she founded. Both were completely immersed in what they were doing. Time together seems to elude them.
Tyler’s absence at night when he studied left Poppy home alone at night…a lot. The reverse was true for Tyler, when he was home, Poppy would be at her studio or traveling with her foundation work. Their time together almost nonexistent and putting a lot of pressure on their marriage. The ups and downs were frequently sated with hot panty melting sex but even that would only be soothing for so long.
Tyler wrestled with all kinds of emotions that he never had before. Feelings of jealousy, loneliness and fear of failing as a husband. Fear of losing Poppy… this beautiful, passionate woman that he feel in love with and left the Priesthood for. Their relationship was not only sexual but they had an intimacy that truly made them soulmates. Would Tyler and Poppy be able to weather the storm that had struck their marriage?
Midnight Mass is unquestionably an emotional and angst filled book plenty of Tyler and Poppy style smoking sex. It’s well written and reflects on the everyday trials and tribulations of marriage. The fragility of marriage and how easy it is to let outside forces begin to erode it.
Holy s***! The ending of this book….
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Midnight mass. Wow. I think I liked this novella more than the first book? Idk.Read more