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He begins to have feelings for Ben, but when they both find out the horrible truth, Sebastian heads into a tailspin, and Ben heads into closing himself off again.
Through time and the intervention of friends, they both find their way back to forgiveness and each other. Well written, I cried buckets and the feels were overwhelming at times. I loved it!
There were some triggers for me due to the fact of growing up with an alcoholic father. Chris wrote this beautifully. The story captured me. I would like to see Niko and Marco's story.
Ben coming into his life changes how Sebastian views the world, but he can't change his alcohol problem. At least not straight up. Then when the truth comes out about Sebastian being the cause of Ben's accident, it's that much harder for the couple of deal with. It's a very sad book and not one to read on a reader's downer day, but if you're looking for a story that will make you cry, this is the one.
Watching the friendship blossom was really awesome. Great friends, before the realization. Ben was fabulous and I really loved him. The pacing was a little slow and there was some drag to the book. I liked how it was set in Germany but I didn’t have to scrounge around to know what the heck the author was talking about because it was in English. Reminding myself they weren’t speaking English only hit me when the setting of the story was discussed.
This is a story about two men coming to terms with the cards they are dealt. Having each other help the other be stronger, braver, and believe in turning bad into good.
It’s a love story but it’s more of a living story.
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