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- Print Length: 363 pages
- Publication Date: April 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07C1SL22R
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,062 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love how there was connection from the first but they both took their time and let the romance build. I fell in love with both Martin and Ryan and was so delighted with the way they fit together.
The relationship was crafted beautifully and i loved that both men found what they were needing, love and mutual support. I liked the realistic nature of needing a therapist to talk to and work out the trauma that Ryan had suffered. Love helps heal, but we often need someone to help guide us through our pain.
This is a stand-alone story although we do get to see some characters from the previous stories. Treat yourself to this delightful love story and you will be glad you did!
Martin is a computer developer who is on a mission to find the best graphic artist for his latest game that he’s crating. An overachiever who turns everything he makes into gold has quite the high standards for the person he hires. Ryan is an artist who is in an abusive relationship but wants to get out of it. He wows Martin with his art designs for the game that’s being developed. Both men have trust issues from their past.
There is so much I can say about this book. It’s sweet, sexy, hot and loving. So many feelings that this story draws out of you! There are times when I actually found myself laughing out loud and other times when I wanted to beat the living daylights out of Ryan’s ex, Zane. The story grabs you by the arm, draws you right in, and refuses to let you go until the very last sentence.It’s a must read for anyone who loves a good romance with characters who are working toward bettering themselves and overcoming obstacles.
I’m a complete and total #TeamMartin and #TeamRyan fan! Thank you Colette!
I didn't feel as if there was a true connection between the two MC's. I had real trouble finishing the book, because I simply didn't care enough about the MC's to see what happened to them.
Martin is a good guy, but at times a tiny bit too full of himself, and not always as considerate as he likes to think himself. Ryan went through a lot, and has very low self-esteem (understandably), constantly puts himself down... and I feel I should have cared for him more because of all that, but after a while, it started grating on my nerves. I would have liked a bit more emotion & chemistry in the love scenes.
The scenes with Ryan's abusive ex, Zane, were very well-written, full of tension and there's no denying he's a scary and manipulative character. Ryan is messed-up after escaping from Zane, but throughout the book he -slowly- becomes stronger and more self-reliant, in part because of his relationship with Martin and his new-found friends, but also because he seeks professional help to overcome his trauma (also through Martin's aid).
I would have liked there to have been an extra scene with Zane, once Ryan had gotten back on his feet. So Ryan could confront him and his old fears, and emerge even stronger from that confrontation.
I still give this book 3 stars, because it wasn't badly written, just really not my cup of tea.
I was given an ARC to review.
Such a page turner and a perfect addition to the series.