- File Size: 1244 KB
- Print Length: 44 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06VSMRDK6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,960 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Way to His Heart (The Together series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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There's no doubt they are head over heels for each other but Gideon isn't feeling worthy and that just breaks my heart. Gideon should be proud of what he's accomplished a and shouldn't feel like he doesn't deserve Jonah or happiness.
Thankfully Jonah is all about Gideon and he sets out to show Gideon how much he's loved.
It was great seeing Rabbi Fine again.. He loves Jonah and Gideon so much. I love that they can always turn to him. But I really loved the little teasers of Rico and his mystery man. I can't wait for that story!!!
The tortured hero from Looking for Love is back with some unfinished business. Whereas the first book was told purely from his POV, this one splits the POV between Gideon and Jonah. Truth be told, I prefer this method of storytelling over seeing everything from the vantage point of only one character. It allows the author, and therefore the reader, to really see what the character is thinking.
This story beautifully shows how deep some scars can run, but with the right person to love and be loved by, they can be somewhat healed, all while wrapping up some loose threads left behind in the previous book.
This is the duel POV that I wanted in the first book because I got Jonas's point. This was a bit more than the first one because of this. Also seeing Jonas who never really cook to try for Gideon was so cute. Also Gideon came to terms with his past and made amends to his dad. which made him a less angry though he's still have some problems with his learning disabilities. Also they say this is book 2 however I call this a novella since it was less than 50 pages. Yet I loved this especially the end it was just a smile moment and want to actually to keep reading this author.
This one carries their story along mostly through Gideon, whose learning disabilities were discovered late in life and who is deeply estranged from his father. Now as their first Valentine's Day together approaches, Jonah seeks ways to make it special, and in this short dessert of a story, everyone smacks their lips over the sweetness at the end.
Good news! He didn't spend the whole book whining! He actually got over himself and became the man that Jonah deserves.
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