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Til Death Do Us Part Paperback – June 22, 2016
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"I love the idea of the stranded on an island idea and Addison Albright really nailed this for me! It was fun and emotional and at times intense and I truly enjoyed this story!" ~ "I thought David Gilmore did a good job with the narration, especially in the first book, really bringing these characters to life!"
--Jenn, The Geekery Book Review
"Wow, just wow! I will start with the narration by David Gilmore. He is a new-to-me narrator and I was very impressed." ~ "The story was very well written and had lots of angst and suspense filled moments. I honestly didn't know how the author was going to deal with the big issue in this story, but in the end it was done flawlessly."
--Wendy, Rainbow Gold Reviews
"This is a new to me author and narrator, and to be honest, I wasn't sure about this one - but I took the chance and was glad that I did."
--Dawn, Gay Media Reviews
"This is one of the most beautiful books I've ever read. It was an absolute roller-coaster of emotions, an exceedingly captivating story of love and loss. It was simply amazing."
--Ana, The Romance Reviews
"I cannot recommend this book enough. I really enjoyed this author's writing style. I will be looking for other books from this author. I love an author who keeps me so enthralled in a story-line that I can't bear to part with the book."
--Ida, MM Book Escape
"It kept me turning page after page after page without stopping."
--Keri, Inked Rainbow Reads
"I really, really, really liked this story."
--Dyllan, Gay Book Reviews
"I recommend this book to everyone! Especially if you're an angst fiend and love a long, slow burn of a veritable smorgasbord of will-he-or-won't-he (be it all the survivors surviving, Sam making a choice, Sam making the same choice the reader would, who ends up with that KID?!)."
--Camille, Joyfully Jay
"I found this book a pleasure to read and an education. It made me realize how little I know about survival and encouraged me to think about the things I take for granted. Bravo."
--Freya, Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews
"I read this book in one sitting, 'cause that is how it captivated me, dragging me in and not letting me go till I found out what would happen next." ~ "The writing is fantastic, very descriptive and has great story building. You get glimpses of the past and how Sam and Henry fell in love."
--Bethany, Rainbow Gold Reviews
"I've got a new-to-me author that is now sitting firmly on my list of ones to keep an eye on. Addison Albright totally sucked me in to this story from the very beginning, and holy cow she did not let me go for even a second until the very end. I loved the characters, the storyline, and pretty much everything else about this book." ~ "This is the first audiobook I've listened to with David Gilmore as the narrator. He does a good job with the mechanics of the narration, voicing an evenly paced, smooth story."
--Carra, Making It Happen
"This book is just really well written. There was drama and suspense that is not manufactured, and sucked me in from the first page. I enjoyed all of the characters, including the large cast of supporting characters. I had only read short stories from this author in the past, but I'll be looking for more longer works."
--Sadonna, The Novel Approach
"I read this novel in one sitting on a rainy day that seemed to just fit with the book somehow. The cover certainly works and the colors are eye-catching. I'm writing this directly after finishing the novel. Even though I'm still gathering my thoughts on it, I must admit I did get teary-eyed in parts. It's never a bad thing when a story can elicit such emotions from a reader." ~ "'Til Death Do Us Part is a great read with interesting characters. The plane crash was handled well and the writer definitely did her research regarding not just the crash but also island survival. I enjoyed reading the story and cared about It's a book I definitely recommend."
--Giles West, Multitaskingmomma
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Henry thought about Sam every day for 5 long years and after a few years he had the added worry of thinking that Sam could have moved on and possibly remarried. Meanwhile Sam lived in denial of Henry's death for several months until he was forced to accept that Henry had died. His grief never went away, but he had to force himself to start living his life like he had once promised Henry he would do if anything happened to him.
I was glad that there was minimum time spent on Sam's eventual relationship with Nash and I thought Henry handled it as well as could be expected. I was really happy that Sam's love and support for Henry wasn't ever really in question and even though he did love Nash (poor Nash), Henry was Sam's true love.
Only one thing bugged me about being stranded on this tiny island. They started a fire each night to cook one meal, but it's really really hard to start a fire without matches or other similar source. It wasn't a big deal for me but every time there was a mention of a fire I wondered about it.
This is the crux of the question in this romance.
Addison Albright has written a compelling love story that I couldn't put down from the moment I downloaded the book at lunch until I finished close to midnight. The characters of Henry and Sam are extremely likable, and Buddy, a child thrust into Henry's life, is a beautiful soul.
Defiantly this is a five star story. Definitely highly recommend for reading.
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