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- ASIN : B08NGVKNK2
- Publication date : November 19, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 4351 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 238 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #77,398 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Unrequited love for his (former, momentary) step-brother, Quinn, has haunted Jonas for years. Quinn is fresh out of an abusive relationship and looking to lay low while he licks his wounds and overcomes some bad choices. They wind up snowed in at the family cabin right before Christmas, working through past heartaches with each other and discovering new hopes for the future.
It's good to see Jonas again and learn his story. Briefly Ace's rival for Benji's affections in Secret Admirer, we now learn what's been driving Jonas' player behavior for the past few years. And we meet Quinn, who is looking for a bit of redemption and is needing some TLC after a rough few years.
The only thing I felt I was missing was a little more exploration of the connection between Jonas and Quinn when they were young. The prologue shows us one interaction that sets the stage for Jonas' unrequited love, and there are references back to how deeply he'd cared for Quinn, but I felt like I had to just take it on faith that his love was strong enough to still burn brightly all these years later.
Still, their story is sweet and a long time coming. Great sequel to Secret Admirer, but can be read as a standalone!
Top reviews from other countries
I was given a free audio copy from the author and Neon Rainbow Arc Team to review.
#mm #forcedproximity #HEA #Christmas
The 2 MCs are college students but even though they are young it didn't have a YA feel. The writing is like any other mature couple which I appreciated.
It has a 2nd chance feel to it. They had one kiss years ago and then they never spoke of it for years even though they both still had it bad for each other. I love this trope and this did not disappoint.
It also has that slight taboo/off limits feel. At the time of the first kiss they were step brothers living together. Now their parents are divorced but still stay in touch so there's that secretcy and wondering what will they think. It added a little suspense/slight drama/slight angst to the story. Though it's still a very low angst read.
It is a holiday book in the sense that they are on Xmas break from school and there's a Christmas tree but it's a low key Christmas book. So even though this is releasing in Jan and some like myself may be over Xmas, you would still ver much enjoy this. It's just that melt your heart sweetness that is perfect regardless of the time. For the most part the story focuses on the 2 MCs thinking they are going to a family gathering only to end up being stuck in a cabin just the 2 of them for a week due to a blizzard and all that comes along with being stuck alone with the one you secretly still love.
Both characters were so sweet. I loved them both and they had great chemistry together. This is a story I couldn't stop listening to. I loved the plot. It drew me in from start to finish. It's light, heartwarmingly sweet with some low heat. Great writing. I loved it and would definitely recommend the story.
As for the narration, for me it was just ok. 3.5 stars. His voice was pleasant enough and kept good pace. His tone/age suited the fact that the characters are college students. What I didn't like was that the voices weren't noticeablly different. Also, he definitely wasn't monotone but he didn't express the emotions as well as other narrators I've heard before.
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