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- ASIN : B07CBNSP2N
- Publisher : Carina Press (August 13, 2018)
- Publication date : August 13, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 763 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 199 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #308,803 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The preface is brilliant--Joshua and Finn as teens making love on the beach, promising their devotion to each other forever. Then reality sets in and eight years later the plot is well afoot.
Joshua is a very difficult person to figure out--but he has been disinherited by the richest man in town, his father, who has finally died and left him nothing but the headaches of an estate of which he owns nothing. Finn has put a bag over his head when it comes to thinking about Joshua on his way to major television stardom.
How they come together in the oddball southern Long Island town of New Milton is basically due to the fact that somehow Finn's brother wants to buy the house where Joshua grew up, and that means that Finn is likely to come back to town.
That's all I'm going to tell you other than the concept of a town like New Milton being down on its heels in a location like the South Shore is totally incongruous but it works because the people are there to make it seem real, and Ms. Malcolm does a super job of setting us up for sequels.
This is a wonderfully delicate but eventually extremely erotic and hot series that looks like it will help make Sally Malcolm a go-to reader for many.
An emotional wonderful rollercoaster ride. This book made me laugh and it made me cry tears for the stupidity and happy tears when they woke up! This is definitely a reread book! Enjoy. I did.
The beginning is told with Now and Then which I liked. The then being the beginning of Joshua and Finn's relationship and the now being 8 years after the relationship ended. 8 years with feelings of hurt from the past still lingering.
I liked the book for the most part but there was a heavy feeling of melancholy through out it. Josh's heartache was heavy and seeped through the pages. For me, it took too many pages for these two to finally get their sh*t together. Overall, the book was an ok read.
Top reviews from other countries
The fact that I spent most of the story with that wet stuff in my eyes 😢 is irrelevant. This was a superb recreation of Jane Austen's Persuasion for us M/M addicts, so full of feels it sometimes hurt to read the story 😍.
Josh's loneliness was an almost palpable thing and Finn was an absolute swine to him at first, just to get revenge for the fact that 8 years ago Josh had had the decency to let him go, refusing to hold him or his acting career back. Josh's family?? Absolute arses, the whole bloody lot of them, but Finn's brother Sean and his wife were awesome.
That ending?? Yup, the watery stuff again...hubby thought there was definitely something wrong with me. This is a second chance story I shall read again and again, rather like I listen to HIM by Sarina Bowen/Elle Kennedy when I need cheering up...it's just THAT good, and of course, the original Jane Austen story was amazing [as are most of her stories actually].