- File Size: 1459 KB
- Print Length: 186 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (August 27, 2019)
- Publication Date: August 27, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B086WR2LD6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,148,130 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Thankfully I have more than one word to use because Wont Be Fooled Again was more than just sweet. It was heartwarming while at some points almost making me cry.
Kez and Callum are complicated at best.
They were best friend, almost like brothers until they were . . . more.
Five years before Won't Be Fool Again takes place Callum did something stupid. In the beginning I thought it might be something unforgivable (or at least something I would have a hard time forgiving) but I suppose it's true love conquers all because Kez did end up forgiving Callum.
Then, he found out the idiot did something stupid again.
For me, Kez anger wasn't justified. I fully admit this might be because of my upbringing and how well I related to Callum's hard choices. He had a rough hand dealt to him early in life and was dealing the best way he knew how, even if his best was piss poor. But then, I suppose Kez wasn't exactly angry. Mostly, early on, I got the impression he was hurt, really hurt because someone he cared about for more than words put him in an awkward position. Then, I realized on top of the hurt he felt guilty about what happened five years ago so . . . anger was understandable on his part.
Both Kez and Callum were lost and looking for their way back to one another. It took a while and wasn't easy but Won't Be Fooled Again had a HEA that I'll be sure to read about again from time to time.
Living with Eve, Kez had a best friend Callum. Eve didn’t only give Kev a future she did also saved Callum in a way until he couldn’t be saved anymore.
It’s been five years since Kev saw him. Now at twenty-three, he meets him again. Both Eve and Callum their homes been destroyed by a fire.
Eve found a place to stay and Kez takes Callum home with him.
The gap of five years and the reason for this gap is revealed in this story and hold your seats because it’s quite a heartfelt story.
Callum getting back on track isn’t easy, he doesn’t know how he never learned the right way.
It seems he can’t get rid of his past. And the past isn’t a great one.
The redeeming felt real, the hurt, the comfort everything felt real.
It’s quite an emotional story, it felt like a marathon only it wasn’t really in such a pace.
Kez and Callum had engaging personalities. I loved them both.
Throughout the whole story, there was a bit of a depressed vibe because of the content.
The moments where there was more light shining, the hope for the future increased! And that was a wonderful experience.
A nicely written, captivating story, it had hurt and comfort, darkness, and light. It was enough developed and the end was satisfying. For my own pleasure, I would have loved to see them further in the future.
A recommendation is worthy!
I really enjoyed reading this book! I liked the writing style, the story, and the characters. If you like second chances and happily ever after, I really think you’ll enjoy this one! Having read this one, I need to go back and get caught up on book 1 and wait for the (hopefully coming soon!!) book 3!!!
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
This took me a bit to get into. I felt like the beginning of the story was somewhat off in its pacing and that took me away from the characters a bit. I kind of struggled to like both the MC’s but eventually the story started to pick up for me, however, the pacing became awkward again near the end. It was as consistent in tone as I would have liked it to have been. I normally love dual point of view but for some reason it didn’t work for me here.
It was definitely an emotional journey for both MC’s as they both went through their own experiences. They haven’t seen each other in 5 years, and I’m a sucker for second chance tropes.
We meet two young men with a very interesting past, who meet again and try to make sense of a pletora of conflicting feels and hangups. CF White did a great job of immersing the reader in this mess. You can't help but be totally drawn in. A very emotional read for sure.