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When You Were Mine: M/M Romance (Mile High Romance) (Volume 4) Paperback – May 12, 2016
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This series by Aria Grace has been a favorite for me. I love these characters and their complex problems. This book is no different, in that the problems the MCs have are very complex, indeed. Kyle is in an abusive relationship. I don't know if that was portrayed accurately because I have no frame of reference, but as a reader, I could feel his anxiety and discomfort. His hopelessness was almost a tangible thing. Jonathan has his own issues, namely OCD and how it controls him. Jonathan is a lawyer, and Kyle needs legal help. When chaos erupts in Kyle's life, will Jonathan overcome his need for order?
I didn't feel we got to know these two characters as much as we have the guys in the other books in the series. There were also several distracting errors throughout the book like "think" instead of "thick." I also feel like the story ended so abruptly. An epilogue would have been good, whether it was weeks later having a meal with Jon's mom or months later after Bruce's trial. Finally, I think there should be a trigger warning when there are scenes in a book that are so dark and horrifying, whether memories or current events. I personally don't need one, but reading parts of this made me feel ill, and I thought of people who may be very sensitive to a subject like rape or abuse.
Jonathan, a lawyer, suffers from such severe OCD that he finds himself continually alone.
After Jonathan hears Kyle's story, he refers to be his lawyer. The two grow closer as Kyle's now ex-boyfriend continues to reek havoc.
Jonathan and Kyle heal each other and in the process, they heal themselves and fall in love.