DNF @ 48%
I picked this book because I loved Logan & Tate and I was interested in knowing the story behind Daniel Finely.
At first I thought this book was going to be similar to the Logan & Tate storyline but after reading the first chapters I realized that it was totally different and I was actually interested in new characters and their own storyline but the more I read the more I lost interest in the book I guess I expected them to act in a certain way and they acted differently which made it hard for me to connect with the characters, so I decided to DNF this book, maybe after a while I will try again.
I read an amazing review of this book by Sammy Goode, and bought the book straight off. Ah, the power of word-of-mouth.
Loved, just loved this story, about people we so seldom see. With beautiful language and turns of phrase that hit me just so.
”You came back to that rock and looked for me, out on the water. I think you want a new friend, too.”
Courage, when you realize you can no longer do nothing – but you still haven’t figured out what you can do.
We need more stories like this one, to lift us up, to see that it is possible to change, it is possible to take a road less traveled.
And that it is possible that other people’s truths are just as valid as your own. Only different.
Simply loved it. Warmly recommend it, especially as there was next to no sex in there, and sweet and slow, what was there.
*** Bought this book with my own monies after reading a smashing review.***