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Archie is a strong handsome successful businessman and with the man he adores...and is so afraid of losing him that he can't provide the support or dig for the answers that he needs to hear.
This book is a straightforward romance, focused solely on the development of the relationship between the MCs...A story of two guys who have been together since their teens, reevaluating their life, love and commitment. A lot of the book we are in their heads suffering their fears while revelling in their love for each other. Angst is a sticky thing throughout.
Recommend for a melancholy read with a happy ending.
Ratings on scales of importance to me in mm romance:
Smexy scale 1-5:4
Explicit sex scenes are frequent; invariably we see the deeper connection between the two
Angst scenes 1-5:5
Although I held tight to the possible happy ending, we have to roll with some pretty thick angst here. Zack has painful history and a deep lack of trust in love....Archie is unable to figure out how to communicate and be what Zack needs. Sad to have all that going on, and yet feel how much they each love the other. Gave the book 4 stars based on solid romance with high 'angst quality'.
Humor scale 1-5: 1.
Not a funny book.
Likable MCs scale: 4
Okay, the books has usual romance obstacles x 100, of miscommunication and fears blocking Twu Wove...among serious damaging personal history and other barriers and some oblivious personal decisions that really hurt..above and beyond this all, Ryecart really layers in the love, and so I patiently waited for them to grow into the couple they could be.
Do you like the angst with mm love?
I recommend Christmas Kitsch by Amy Lane and
Out of the Blues by Mercy Celeste (hurt fest)
Like there has to be drama it was somewhat overdone.
The italicized phrases didn't make sense to me at all. They were flat. And sort of childish.
The boys really weren't honest to each other. And that of course can only go wrong.
The structure of the story was good. It developed well. Now and then to much drama and the greater part it was convincing and heart wrenching and I could feel connection.
The blurb tells you about the boys. Zack completely misunderstood and Archie naive about deeper feelings, they so need to be open and honest. Finally almost to late they open up.
Overall a good read.
(Sorry, I have a feeling this review does not make sense at all. I'm struggling with this review)
Everyone believes that Archie is the perfect boyfriend. That he goes along with having a third in his and Zach's relationship when all along it was Archies idea in the first place. I do not think that Archie is a bad person but I do believe that he has lost perspective of his relationship and even though he says he tries in it, I do not think that he actually does. He just goes along with the flow for the most part but when Zach makes suggestions such as going away together Archie always has other things hat are more important. I think that Archie wants his and Zach's relationship to be better but he is scarf to communicate it with Zach and I also believe that it is easier for Archie to assume the worst of Zach then it is to actually trust that he would not betray him.
Zach is miserable. That I can tell from the start. He is not happy with the way things are going with him and Archie and when he tries to talk to Srchie about it, it ends in a fight and then they make up as if nothing has happened. And there lies one of the problems. Nothing is being fixed and it festers between the two of them and eventually turns them apart.
This book is full of accusations, mistrust, misunderstandings, pain, and heartache. But it is also full of hope and love. This was a great book with a lot of truth in it. Loved this read and look forward to more by AE Ryecart in the future.
Was given this book for free by inked rainbow reads for an honest review