More than anything, I needed to see him with my own eyes and judge how he truly was for myself. Deep inside, a growing part of me yearned to pull him into my arms and hold him until his distress and inner turmoil calmed. Knowing that it may never, and that it was probably a permanent part of who he was, only intensified the ache in my chest.
❤️❤️❤️ I’m so in love with this. ❤️❤️❤️
I feel like I can not give this any less than 5 stars !!! Soren's book was the cherry on the cake in this series
No Regrets and New Beginnings dealt with so much loss, it was excruciating!! But that's what I love most in reading. I love that stories touch my heart, that it's painful. And losing Landon en seeing Abel struggling with this loss was all that.
In these stories, Soren was a character. Soren, also being kicked out of his home for being gay, comes to live with his brother Abel. In the beginning they get along but Abel goes through some dark times and they kind of lose their connection. Soren is on his own, has to take care of himself.
We know from previous books that Soren danced at a nightclub. Abel hated him working there cause he didn't trust the owner. It seems that dancing is not all Soren is doing..... He's stuck in his life and doesn't know how to escape.
When Remy meets Soren for the first time, he's captivated. And after he understands what trouble Soren is in, he'll do anything to keep him safe.
I loved the differences between them. Soren's sassiness was able to get Remy out of his ODD comfortzone. “We balance each other out, don’t you see?" - Remy
“Your heart is racing,” he said. “I can hear it.”
I chuckled and traced my fingers up and down his back.
“Because you drive me crazy.”
He smiled into my chest.
“But you like it.”
“I love it,”
I'll be revisiting this series often!!