Stand By You
Three months after his rescue from an abusive boyfriend, twenty-two-year-old Romy Myers has landed his first legitimate job�bussing tables at his friend's new coffee shop. The job has brought him some stability after years of abuse have left him feeling damaged and broken. He's working hard on... show more
Three months after his rescue from an abusive boyfriend, twenty-two-year-old Romy Myers has landed his first legitimate job�bussing tables at his friend's new coffee shop. The job has brought him some stability after years of abuse have left him feeling damaged and broken. He's working hard on his panic and social anxiety, and those things are often tempered by the big, burly presence of Brendan Walker.From the moment ex-football player Brendan helped rescue Romy from his ex's abuse, he's wanted to protect him. And he does, from a distance, with joking text messages, a new gym routine to toughen him up and a genuine friendship. So far it's been easy�but Brendan's feelings aren't just friendly anymore…When an argument spirals out of control, a hot and heavy make-out session causes Romy's friendship with supposedly straight Brendan to reach a new level. The last thing Romy wants is to fall for another guy who could potentially shatter him, but Brendan also wakes up a part of him he thought had been destroyed by violence�his heart.76,000 words
Publish date: October 20th 2014
Pages no: 189
Edition language: English
Series: Belonging (#3)
Stand By You is the third in The Belonging series and in my opinion, the best in the series. This time we get Romy and Brennan’s story. At the end of book #2 we discovered that Romy had been seriously abused by Carlos and the guys get together and rescue him. This is about his survival, healing, gro...
I've been waiting for Romy's story having seen bits of it in three books now. Romy has been through hell and here he finds comfort in Donner's best friend Brendan. This one was different, with a slow build as Romy and Brendan are friends first and Romy has a lot of issues to deal with. Brendan is...
At the end of this book the author added a note that said... "This is one of those rare books that came to me almost fully formed and demanded I pay attention until I’d written the entire thing. Romy and Brendan took me by surprise, and their journey is one that I am so proud to share with my faithf...
This is a lot about healing. It's triggery at times. Romy went through really awful things, and it's hard to read. But they heal each other. And Brendan is such an honest and loving character. A really solid man with a heart of gold. They're perfect together and their story is beautiful.