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- Print Length: 418 pages
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- Publication Date: November 8, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M7XB1EF
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,937 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book had lots of angst (not a huge fan of angst) and the story is kind of deep. I had several issues with the story (not the writing, that was fabulous). Most of my issues involved secondary characters.
-I didn't like Jordan's harsh feelings towards Ash.
-I didn't understand how Stevie's Foster parents didn't ask or wonder what was happening to him. I mean, if they were such great people, why didn't they wonder why he kept coming home with bruises?
-I was hoping that we would get the Luke & Brandon storyline but maybe that will be in another book?
-The event towards the end of the book made me very sad and while I understand that it leads in to book 2, I can't help but wish it had ended differently.
-I have also never been a fan of cutting and that really disturbed me.
While I was interested in Drew & Ash's relationship, I was more interested in the secondary characters than I was in Drew or Ash as people (does that make sense?)
I didn't love this book as much as I loved Rescued but it was decent and I am interested in reading book 2 to find out what happens to Jordan
POV... third person
Standalone or series... part 1 n a series can be read as a stand alone
Did it give me a hangover... slight
Would I recommend it... yes
Would I read it again... yes
It was like the author had a spreadsheet full with bullet points of what the MC's had to talk about, which is fine. Every author should have a plan. That's not the problem.
But between those talking points there wasn't any transition. Sometimes they jumped from topic to topic.
It felt forced and very fabricated to me.
There were so many time skips. Days/weeks/months missing. And not just that, but there were these little scenes, for example they were at the office one minute, and two sentences later they were already home. Like it actually took one minute to get home? Really? Ever heard of traffic?
Or for Ash it took only one short paragraph to take a shower and he was already back in the bedroom, gazing at Drew.
Also in one chapter the author stated that Keith could die any day on the job (he's a police officer), and guess what, in the next chapter he did die.
Or when Ash and Drew were talking the first time about Ash needing to find his brothers, and look at that, isn't that the investigator calling just then. What a coincidence.
These scenes were like little premonitions. Why did I had to be warned so blatantly what’s gonna happen?
I loved the concept of this book. GFY and hurt/comfort is my vice.
But this story was messy.
The characters weren’t very likable to me either.
Ash and Drew where so hot and cold with each other, which usually works for me, but they changed their minds constantly, and sometimes in the span of an hour. It was annoying.
The gunfight scene at the end was ridiculously done. What grown-ass man goes after two "kids" (we don’t actually know how old they are, in this regard it would have been important to state that, but I think they were 18), after they harassed his grandma, and busted the window on his house with a brick. What the hell he thought he could achieve by confronting them?
And I know there are neighborhoods, where kids could be thugs, with guns, all macho-like, but it just wasn’t believable for me. :(
Introducing a very likeable secondary character, even if he doesn’t have a big role and then killing him, is a very wrong move in my opinion.
And yes when Keith died, I teared up, but at Jordan’s breakdown I rolled my eyes so hard, that was a wee bit too theatrical for me.
All in all I wanted to give it 3 stars, but seeing all the negatives written down now, I can only give 2. There was very little I liked about this book.
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Ash feels he's not worthy of love. He's made a name for himself but when he gets involved with a clinic helping young people he knows he's in the right place . Ash can't understand the attraction he has to the straight doctor that has him all twisted up! Ash has always seen himself as reader man who will always be unloved but as they grow closer he wonders if the doc is actually his true partner.
Drew is just coming out of a marriage that lasted a short time and he knows he's not ready for love but he 7 and tell other their secrets they both see that they need each other .
Events to on around them and they are trying to support each other, lean on each other a build a lasting relationship.
The secondary characters as with the main characters are so well written the story line flows so well. This is one of those books that has you frantically turning the pages and upset when you end it!
I can't recommend this book strongly enough and I can't wait to go on and read the rest of the series.
Looking forward to the next book, which I will start in the morning.
A great book leaves me feeling like I've been part of their life rather than just reading about it and this was onto me as one of those.
I think she is now and instant buy author and I'm really glad I won a copy of Rescued - great to see Jason and Ryder as well in this book.