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- Print Length: 160 pages
- Publication Date: April 7, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y4NC3VT
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And that's why I didn't give it an all-in 5-star rating. Because Jules owns his feelings, says the words, and doesn't get them back in the story. Rick manages to escape committing to their relationship by never saying the words. He's the one who's all about the communication, yet he denies Jules the joy he feels, the warmth, the acceptance, that those three little words gave him when Jules said them to him. Jules ends up being the one to make all the significant concessions for their relationship. Rick gets to keep making demands, to keep having his dysfunction catered to. I'm not a fan of that.
So, Rick costs this story its 5-star rating. Jules keeps it solidly 4-star...Jules, and impeccable writing. A lovely first novel, Mr. Bates!
Unfortunately the publisher has scheduled a three month long book-signing tour without consulting with Enrique.
Jules, his agent, was recently blindsided with a break up following a two-year relationship and although he presents as socially adept , he is really just as disattached as Ricky from real life. Jules only sees things from his own point of view, how they will affect him and he believes that he can bring it everyone around to his way of thinking despite his oen recent experience with his boyfriend.
Before I begin the story I was thinking about social anxiety and then here it is . Perfect timing for me to talk about the subject of social anxiety in all its permutations. It's very difficult for someone who doesn't have social anxiety to have any real appreciation for how it affects the individual in the author of the story dealt with this very well.
I give this a 4.5 based on a few loose ends and I really sincerely enjoyed this story a great deal. The characters were both difficult individuals yet found something in each other that led them to continue to work on compromise period is very complex yet interesting story. Although this was an mpreg story, the premise was based on the fact that anyone could become pregnant which is different from the usual non shifter mpreg universe. Not better or worse just different
Jules is the go getter , concerned with getting things done as easily as possible with little concern for other's problems.
Rick has problems , many problems ,but his main one is Jules .
Rick is the beloved author of a wildly successful vampire hunter series. He's also terrified of people , so of course Jules, his. agent, scheduled a long tour where there will be lots of ,you guessed it , people.
Rick and Jules stumble along and begin a personal romantic relationship that has consequences.
I will not ruin a really good story with more explanation but their exploration of their relationship is very enlightening and at times , both heartwarming and funny.
You won't be sorry trying out this book. Personally, I look forward to more by these authors.
All in all, I thought the book was very good and I will definitely be buying more from this author. Thank you if you took the time to read this and thank you to Austin and Aiden Bates for writing 😊
I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book