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  • sweet, sexy road trip romance with childhood frien

    I would rate this 4.5 stars. Jason contacts Mark about the death of his brother Andrew. Andrew and Mark had been best friends when they were young, but didn't keep in touch after Mark left town at 15. Now at 33, all the memories Mark buried away are back. It was Andrew's last wish that Jason complete his bucket list of things he wanted to do and Mark is made a part of it with his 15th high school reunion. Throughout this book they both face grief of a life lost, lost chances, and regret for bad decisions and might have beens. This is tapered with some of the best memories of their lives. Questions of all the missed years are painful. At first, both have things they are hiding; watching them earn those secrets is an emotional rollercoaster. The flashbacks they both have keep the emotional punches coming. This was a bit unexpectedly triggering for me. Be advised much of this is about child abuse and bullying. The grief and shared history gives them something to bond over initially, but it is being together daily that makes it mean more, letting their relationship blossom. This book come across as very real to me with enough sweet and sexy parts to make it believable they can make it work and not just as a vacation romance. I liked the honest communication between them, both about the past and what they are feeling for each other as it happens. This is about righting old wrongs and really living because life is short, not revenge or comeuppance, although the reader gets a bit of that too.

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  • Romance

    Jason's brother, Andrew, died of cancer. Before he died he made a bucket list that he wanted Jason to fulfill. Andrew also wants Jason to go and get his best friend from high school to go with Jason to fulfill his bucket list. Mark hasn't seen Andrew since high school. He's a soap star now. He agrees to go with Jason to fulfill the bucket list. I enjoyed this book.

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  • Great Story to Read

    Jason has promised Andrew that he would find Mark and try to bring him to the reunion. Jason and Mark work on Andrews bucket list. Will Mark and Jason be able to get through the list? This is a very emotional time for Jason. Will Jason find out what really happened? Why Mark left with no word? What will happen when Mark steps back in the town he left a long time ago? How will people react to him? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Jason and Mark

    A super lovely second chance romance. Jason and Mark's connection starts as comfort in loss and quickly grows. I liked that even though each one is grieving over the loss of Jason's brother Andrew there is also laughter and joy. I loved that each one separately saw Andrew's hand in bringing them together and was grateful for it. Mark openly declaring who was with Jason by his side was a favorite moment. The peek into their lives in the epilogue was most satisfying.

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  • Second chances and timely reminder.

    First, of I have a caveat on this review, I read it as someone dear to me was dying of cancer so the premise of regrets and lost connections was and is a real heart-tugger for me. The idea that someone (Andrew) in their death can still fix things is a sweet one. Yes, it is a gentle love story between Jason, Andrew's brother and Mark their childhood friend, who reconnect because Andrew wrote a bucket list that he wants them to complete but it is a reminder to live life. Not usually a gooey but this story touched me, (and not in a creepy way). I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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