Lighting the Way Home
Publish date: March 29th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 206
Edition language: English
Series: Delectable 0.5 (#2)
I really enjoyed how these two finally settled their differences, especially with the help of Josh’s parents, who are just a couple of well-intention meddlers.Even though these two finally have a HEA, the ending left a question that I would like to have answered which, hopefully while I continue to ...
While I read the whole book sadly it just didn't work for me. Josh was too much of a jerk and didn't do near enough to redeem himself prior to the end. Though Josh and Micha were solidly together by the end of the book I still felt like there were threads left hanging. And, there was....something......
Boy was Joshua a pushover! He was the main reason this book didn't quite work for me, the way he let himself be guilt-tripped into just about anything and ended up constantly groveling in the dust where he was actually the wronged party. Otherwise, the book wasn't bad at all. Even though I never war...
I hated that Josh was so mean to Micah through most of the book, only for him to kiss Micah and decide that the past didn't matter all of a sudden, and without even an explanation of what happened in the past, Josh wanted to be with Micah.
3.5 StarsJoshua Golden has returned home from France to help out his parents with their restaurant while his mother recovers from surgery. When he gets to his parent’s home he is shocked to see a 10 year old boy and Micah Solomon. Micah was his best friend all through school and his lover for a litt...
Share this Book