- File Size: 2960 KB
- Print Length: 354 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079Q914DH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,679 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Time of My Life Kindle Edition
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Characters are so well crafted that you can feel them and i laughed, cried and rejoiced with them. Denver and Judah both have things that they are working through and they find strength in each other. Sexy men, Intense and passionate connection that brings life changing experiences in this story kept me glued to my kindle. Terrific read!
i loved the supporting characters from the contestants to Denver's family. I really am intrigued by Tim and Nathan, the bodyguards and so want their story.. hint, hint!!
Judah and Denver are two such men. Judah, buried in the closet of his own making. Denver, trying to recover from a brutal relationship. They have nothing in common except music. The competition brings them together in a way neither imagined was possible.
This book has a lot going on, keeping the reader engaged with the main characters and the secondary players as well. This story drew me in and was very satisfying to read. Plus, hot men in tight jeans with guitars and a story to tell are impossible to ignore
The Time of My Life is the story of two young men who met during the open auditions for a singing competition TV show, much one that you might find on television.
The early attraction was mutual, one that both young men avoided, at different times and for different reasons. Judah stole my heart early as I accompanied him on his journey. I knew that he had secrets. Some I could guess and some were outside of my comprehension. His shy nature is hidden behind his performing persona. He has learned to hide behind his guitar and no one really knows Judah.
Denver was every bit as loveable. He seemed better prepared for the competition, having studied the process over the previous ten years. He seems pretty well adjusted which goes to show that everything isn't as it seems. It is time for Denver's luck to turn around after a disastrous year, emotionally, physically and financially.
Denver was captivated by the guy he nicknamed “rocker guy”, singing and leading the crowd while waiting for his audition. Rocker guy who immediately named Denver “pretty boy” because in addition to having the voice of an angel, Denver sure was pretty! Judah knew that he had nothing in common with this well-to-do pretty boy.
Even though Judah was his competition, Denver soon found himself sharing with him, supporting him, teaching him.
There are interwoven themes of family, culture and religion, trust, and self-acceptance. Judah is from a deeply religious family and consumed with self-loathing because he can’t be the man that his parents want him to be. He does not want to be gay. He simply can’t be gay and he can’t do anything about his ill-fated attraction to Denver. Denver knows who he is and comes to care about Judah but Judah isn’t always easy to like. He has secrets of his own that prevent him enjoying a close relationship with his parents or friends.
I can’t express every emotion I encountered when reading but when someone said “all the feels” this is what they mean.
The author brings all of her characters to life, primary and secondary characters including family members, bodyguards, and other contestants. One characteristic of a great author is to always leave the reader wanting more and I absolutely do want much more.
I sure would like to have a visit with bodyguards, Tim and Nathan, soon as their relationship is fascinating and edgy, I suspect. This book is a keeper, satisfaction guaranteed.