Trusting Tanner Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0752YXWZ8
- Publication date : August 22, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 1547 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 202 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #169,148 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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We meet Zander, a young man who is in a abusive relationship with his partner, Paul. Zander meets Tanner and they become friends. Even though Tanner tries to help Zander realise that he needs to get out this toxic relationship, Zander still stays with Paul.
What can I say? While reading, I asked myself multiple times why doesn't Zander just leave? Why dies he stay? Later on we learn his reasons. I love the fact that their friendship grew over time, that Zander could always count on Tanner, and that Tanner is always there for him, no matter what.It might have taken a while for Zander to realise he needed to get out of his abusive relationship, but when he did, Tanner and friends were right there for him, standing by him and supporting him.
This slowburn, friends-to- lovers story was well written and I enjoyed this book immensely.
Looking forward to more from Ms. James.
Only a few hesitations in making this a five star review. First, this text needs some basic editing. Verb tense agreement, spelling errors (e.g. Striping vs stripping) interrupted the reading flow. Looks like spell check was used but not a grammar check.
Second, not sure someone undergoing seven years of an abusive relationship would be able to transition so readily without the assistance of some outside counseling. As a survivor of abuse, I can vouch for this.
Third, the abuser, Paul, is the least developed of the characters. Abusers do not learn how to abuse in a vacuum, nor are they single dimensional. I would have appreciated some more of Paul's character development, although I appreciate that the focus of the story is on Z and Tanner and their positive surrounding relationships. I also think there is opportunity to explore Stacey's character and both Zander and Tanner's relationship with Anna. Seems like this would be another layer of what draws the two together rather than a convenient prop to give the two main characters an excuse to meet.
Otherwise a very enjoyable read.
Top reviews from other countries
Tanner and zander stole my heart from the moment I started their journey
Trusting tanner was beautiful heartbreaking but also heartwarming at the same time
I cried and I laughed I fell in love with these two amazing guys
I wanted to hug tanner and zander there were strong Characters especially zander I was so proud of him and what he was going through