Why I...: Omnibus Kindle Edition
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- File size : 4099 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B07CQ3NNLJ
- Publication date : April 26, 2018
- Print length : 858 pages
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,269,570 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The first story (Why I Left You) is the story of Jamie and Brett; two young men who had plenty of inner demons to fight. They had been together years earlier and were driven apart by circumstances beyond their control. When they met again, they tried to pick up where they left off but there was too much angst for this to happen smoothly. Too many emotions got in their way, and too many things were happening to try to keep them apart.
The second story (Why I Trust You) is the story of Martin and Ryan, two young men who meet online and jointly work together on an online project. It's supposed to be purely business, especially since they live on opposite sides of the world, but they end up falling in love. But first they have to jump over a great hurdle: Ryan's abusive boyfriend.
Book No. Three (Why I Need You) is the story of Fin and Noah, both of whom have family issues (Fin is he sole caretaker of his little sister, Noah's family disowned him). Again a lot of miscommunication and misunderstandings, a lot of angst, and a very bumpy road towards love and happiness.
Of these three books, the third one was my favorite, but they were all very good. Three great new books by a great new author.
Jamie and Brett, even though they were young, were in love. Planning a future together. When Jamie did the unthinkable and tore their world apart. When they meet again, years later, Jamie is still mired in depression, but this time Brett isn’t letting go.
This was a heartbreaking story. But at the same time a very stunning portrayal of a man coming to terms with a debilitating depression. Learning to live with his illness and embracing his life with the man he loves.
Why I Need You 3.5 Stars
Noah is sexually repressed, deep in the closet, virgin undertaker. When he is outed by his to be brother in law his world falls around him. Losing his family and his job devastated him.
Fin, is raising his little sister after their parents were killed. He loves his sister but so much responsibility is wearing him down. Then he meets Noah and his world gets brighter. Falling in love was not in his plans.
I liked Noah and Fin. It was an okay book about finding love, but the drama overpowered the story at times.
Why I Trust You 4 Stars
Ryan is in an abusive relationship. Having nothing of his own he’s trying to find his way out. When his passion for drawing gets him noticed by an English app developer he thinks maybe this could be the way to get him away from his boyfriend.
Martin is tired of being used. All his relationships devolve down to to his money. He just wants someone who will appreciate him, not his bank account.
When Ryan finally gets away he is a beaten, broken man. Going to England to spend time with Martin seems to be his best solution. Even though Ryan is afraid of getting close to another man, he slowly comes to trust Martin and the feelings developing between them.
This book is probably the second strongest in the series. Ryan surviving abuse and taking back control of his life was both sad and inspiring. The author did a good job with this aspect of the story. Bringing a battered man and the man who loves him together, ultimately bringing the weak and strong together to creat a healthy and loving couple and giving them a future.
♡♡♡ These are emotional, well told stories with characters that feel real with issues that you can relate to. Some just really need to communicate better. Others need to prove themselves to... themselves. Their stories give you feels. Amazing collection.
I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and voluntarily am leaving my honest review and recommendation