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For 26-year-old Dylan Hopkins, the answer is easy. He's become no one. Memories of the happier times are all he has left, as he finds himself meandering numbly through his now dull life. Though he cares about his work and family dearly, he has yet to let himself find love again. Afraid of letting go of what he once had, Dylan chooses to keep his heart buried, where it belongs, having died a long time ago.
Conner Michelson is about to change everything Dylan knows. He's every bit the bad boy persona - tatted up, ex-MMA fighter - but after an injury leaves him unable to fight, he has to rethink his goals. Having just opened his own gym, Conner can cross his first major life accomplishment off his very short list. Next up: find a man he can settle down with and build a family. Seems simple enough - a dream most people have - but when he meets Dylan, his carefree, easy-going life is thrown into a tailspin.
Contains mature themes.
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By Donald on 08-14-15
This is a tale of Dylan and his journey to acceptance and love. Coming to grips about life and the effect of choices has never been told so eloquently. Other principle characters, Shane and Conner, each offer Dylan life experiences that shape his perspective. This book is well written and offers the reader a ride on an emotional rollercoaster that includes pain, shame, excitement, love, sorrow, regret, happiness, tears, sadness, and more love. I found this to be an enjoyable journey to learn and grow from...
Though the book is part of a series, this book is a stand-alone and I certainly recommend for MM enthusiasts.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By HB on 11-11-15
Enjoyable M/M romance in a M/F series
I really enjoyed this story. I read it as a stand alone because I have no interest in the earlier stories of the series. After seeing reviews for the other books I wasn't expecting to like this one as much as I did. And conversely readers who are just buying this as part of the series should note that unlike the other books this story is a romance between two men. The dual narration is good enough not to be distracting. The story contains both the tragedies of the main characters' past as well as how they grow past the them in the present. Overall I was surprised but pleased that this was a credit well spent.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful