Publish date: September 25th 2013
Publisher: Wilde City Press, LLC
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
Before I start this review I would like to offer sincere apologies to the author for having taken so long to get this review done. Unfortunately sometimes real life refuses to co-operate. I started listening to this story back around mid-July and then there was a move...so when I was finally able to...
It's Christmas time and Deacon is having a seriously bad day. Which is saying a lot since he has generally not exactly been a winner in life's lottery.As he is drowning his sorrows in a hotel bar, Steve walks in and strikes up a conversation. Steve is quite a bit older than Deacon (17 years, I think...
I'm totally in the minority here but I don't care for this. Deacon was kind of winey and pathetic. While I know I was supposed to feel all sorts of sympathy for him I really wanted to yell at him and tell him to man the fuck up. Not what the author was going for, I'm sure. I liked Steve I guess thou...
Rating a book 4.5 stars seems silly to me, either it was perfect or it wasn't. But... what ever. Reason it's not a full 5 is of Deacon, I had some hang-ups on his hang-ups. The drama he put Pete through went a little too far. It was an honest book, with honest characters and honest problems. I l...
3.75 At times the sadness that Deacon felt was overwhelming but I loved the romance between the MC's, it was slow moving but super hot. I really liked that there wasn't a big fix at the end and that Deacon and Steve were working hard to make their relationship succeed.
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