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- Print Length: 200 pages
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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 2 edition (February 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B6HG69E
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #581,200 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As another reviewer pointed out there's more sex in this story than in the previous books. . Possibly it's fill-in by the writer because the plot is too low-key to sustain much else.
Also, I thought that the characters, speech patterns, personalities of Sur and Em were so inter-changeable that I sometimes got lost over which person's head I was in!
Still, the grammar, spelling, style of writing was impeccable and the plot was a comfortable one, with pleasant characters that, though they didn't set the world on fire for me, were not written terribly by any means. Sur and Em's ups and down, their hissy fits with each other and their family problems were, perhaps, not really enough to justify a full-length novel.
I loved the first two books in this series, the third one, unfortunately, wasn't quite on par with the pervious ones. Again, everything I liked was still there but that something was slightly lacking, a spark of sort I guess.
I liked the main characters, they were lovable, distinct, but had realistic and sympathetic flaws which in turn contributed to the overall conflicts in the story. Em was sweet, cute, good at and passionate about his job and also quite vulnerable, and Surya was the same, except instead of sweet and cute, he was manly and kind. So, overall, they were likable characters whose particular actions had me often annoyed, but nothing too severe.
There was a lot of push and pull from both of the main characters instead of them sitting down and just talking through their insecurities. And as much as I was annoyed with the final conflict to overcome, it was believable and different from the other books in the series that didn't really go into the topic of prejudices against and not accepting gay people. So, I found that an interesting side to explore. The both of them, however, could have shown a little more backbone in fighting for each other and the relationship, they gave up too lightly.
The general build of the plot overall was my biggest con, it didn't have anything interesting to follows, just two people figuring out their feelings: wanting to be together, then not, then do, then don't, etc. There is nothing wrong with such a plot, but there wasn't anything significant that made the for and against pull exciting to observe.
But I did love seeing characters from the previous books and them interacting with the main couple in this book. It's always nice to read snippets about familiar faces and how far they have come since their own conclusion.
It was good, but not as good as the two pervious books in the series. Still, it's a decent addition to the series with likable characters and sexy steamy moments.
Surya falls for Em and, although happy for their relationship to be known among friends, struggles to come out to his very traditional family. Em has his own family issues to deal with. There is lots of wasted time and heartbreak caused by lack of communication (if only these guys would speak to each other!)
The story is steadily paced, with lots of soul-searching, but lacks the humour and drama of the earlier books but still a nice read.
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