- File Size: 2177 KB
- Print Length: 232 pages
- Publisher: Christina Lee (October 31, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 31, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0772TJ5YG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,013 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I really like how the relationship between West and Tristan grew gradually. The author did a great job of building the tension and story. West was given room to grow as a person . Tristan had time to reconcile his feelings for his partner and still form a bond to West.
The novel is a standalone, however Regret where we meet Brin is also amazing. Angst nicely balanced with spice!
The battle Tristan was fighting about Chris was hard to swallow, and when finally that night he said goodbye was increible, West too , this swett boy with hard life, so young , was beatiful see how he gets so strong and finally get control of his life with a wonderful Tristan.
I recomend thi book too much!!
I really enjoyed reading the building relationship between Tristan and West, two men who had suffered heartache in their lives. The connection they shared was wonderful, and I enjoyed reading their connection unfold.
I really loved the chemistry between the two guys. The tension builds from a solid start, Tristan is older but he never “uses” West. He sees the need West has, instinctly react to him and they two guys develop a friendship which is based on communication and trust which I totally adore.
It is really charming how soft and easy Christina Lee is dealing with two different types of losses in the book; Tristan is grieving for his passed away husband he was together with for over 20 years and West is suffering not only from his own loss regaring his family but also his seperation from his nearly abusive, control-liking boyfriend, even if he would deny it.
The balance is truly there and during the book we get a few insights of the character, mostly we have a close insight because of the first person narration, switching from Tristan to West and back. It gives the needed depth (but also holds the danger of being unreliable) and the character becoming more alive. Totally a plus point for the story’s pace.
I really liked the different types of characters both are; Tristan the calm, mature kind of guy, grounding West and giving him the support and the safe place, being like a – metaphorical speaking – anchor -, and West the younger one but not necessary naive young man who is fierce and kinda demanding behind the cute freckled face. In fact West has a few character developments and turns which were pleasantly surprising.
The erotic in this book was on point and delivered well.
As I said the tension was therem the attraction right from the start but is was slowly build and from the friendship there was a growing of something more, something solid and really deep.
The most important fact is that both trust each other, that they talk, that both give the other want he wants and it’s in no time in the book an unhealthy relationship, it stays always balanced.
In the book Tristan is several times mentioning his passed away husband – in fact he doesn’t hide his feelings for him and that he is still having a huge part in his daily life – but it’s nothing bad and West is totally understanding. It is charming to not have the grieving character feeling utterly guilty in getting a second chance and fall in love again but also that the passed away is the “shiny hero”.
With sensual scenes and a lots of emotions, the book was well balanced on this part too and I enjoyed it a lot. There were tender kisses, hot groping but also snuggling and light touches. It truly warmed my heart. ❤
The whole book had a pleasant, cozy matureness; it was with less angst than the first book, Regret, but had thrilling parts with a bit drama, but not over the top. 🙂
With the trust and the communication as a big plus for the book, which made it even more lovable, and the charming and totally understandable acting characters in the book I give 5 out of 5 stars for it. :3
I can actually guess who’s book is next and I am really looking forward reading it. 🙂
Review originally posted on my blog with added content on Mikku-chan / A world full of words
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