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I absolutely love Kate Sherwood's writing style and the way she tells a story. In Too Deep is a wonderful romance that makes one escape from the dregs of reality. I fell in love with Aiden and Cade's journey to discovery of their love. In Aiden's words...it made it real. Definitely a recommend...
I read this book back in January 2015 but then purchased the audio version, which I found equally as great as reading the story. Sherwood is an excellent story teller and K.C. Kelly added to the story with excellent narration....
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Aiden is the rich kid with all the advantages that life can provide, the golden boy, but really – he’s a great guy with a big heart. He sees Cade and finds the figure who skulks about on campus intriguing and sets about getting to know him better.
What he finds out, he likes. Cade doesn’t make it easy, though. He’s got some pretty big secrets (he paid for college turning tricks) that he doesn’t want to get out and it’s affected his view on life, love, sex and relationships.
Most of the book is the very slow build-up of Aiden earning Cade’s trust and breaking through to the real man behind the mystery. When Cade finally lets Aiden in the chemistry is powerful and the emotions are, too.
But… of course there is that moment when everything is looking wonderful when something has to come along and ruin it… in this case it’s a blast from the past and Cade is sent running, sure nobody would want him with his history.
Luckily, Aiden is made from sterner stuff than that, and after some soul searching he decides he won’t let the best thing to ever happen to him slip through his fingers.
These boys! Yum! They were so hot together but also really sweet and tender. They are very young, but Cade especially, has lived a life far more than his years would presume to define.
I was surprised by some of the twists in this story. Aiden’s family really surprised me. I was so proud of his mom!
The fact that there was this ugly history and Aiden’s gut reaction to it wasn’t glossed over or made to seem insignificant, but was really dealt with from both perspectives, Cade’s and Aiden’s.
(I just love the cover – don’t you want to just reach out and hug Cade?!)
KC Kelly did an amazing job with this. He really added to my overall enjoyment by giving such a nice voice to the emotions in the story. Though the two MCs didn’t really have much differentiation, it was easy to tell who was talking. I loved listening to the narration, especially when he does the dialog. He’s so good at making you feel like you are involved in a real conversation.
I highly recommend both the book and the narration.
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