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  • I was pretty sure Finn and Miguel's story would pr

    I was pretty sure Finn and Miguel's story would produce some tears and tickle my heart. I was not disappointed! In the previous book, Saint had found Finn on his doorstep. Cold and in need. It resonated with Saint leading him to give Finn the opportunity to make a life for himself. I figured from the little clues that Finn had a tragic back story. Didn't know what happened but whatever it was was enough to make him doubt his self-worth and to have him a little fearful of what was behind. Time and reassurances have helped Finn to find his footing. He still waits for the other shoe to drop but for now, he is going with the flow, enjoying the moment and proving to Saint he was worth the gamble. Finn is a bit nervous about starting school, and it turns out with good reason. Being no stranger to the bullying he tries to ignore the harassing texts and physical confrontations from his classmate. That is until it begins affecting those he cares for. With Miguel gone and Saint upset with him he only has one option to protect those who are threatened because of him. He returns to the streets. I adored Finn. He calls to your protective instincts. He radiates an innocence despite knowing he has seen some of the worst humanity has to offer. His all in attitude is one of the things I enjoyed about him. At times his optimism was quite catching. Sadly it seems more of a defense mechanism. Miguel is a bit older than Finn and has also seen his fair share of the uglier side of humanity. He is immediately drawn to Finn, but he knows a battle-hardened man like himself is not what the kid needs. It was fun watching Miguel come around. Such a stubborn fool. We get to meet some interesting new characters in this episode. Some of whom I see possibly staring in their own stories. Others have slipped seamlessly into supporting roles. There is a bit of suspense and just the right touch of angst. The cast is vibrant and easily worms their way into your heart. The story line is easy to follow, though a bit short (my greed could be talking here). Some of the happenings were a bit out of the realm of possibility but the story was so good that I was okay with that. Did not even question the scenes till well after. There are some scenes that felt rushed, not in the sense they weren't complete. I think again it could just be me, I just wanted more. Looking forward to the next journey.

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  • Excellent addition to the Gates of Heaven series

    This is the second book in the Gates of Heaven series and it did not disappoint. This is the story of Finn Masterson and Miguel Fernandez. Finn has had an incredibly hard life up until this point. He has found a home, job and kindness with Saint. He couldn't ask for a better friend and boss. He meets Miguel through Saints partner. Miguel is a former Marine (though he still does jobs for the government) turned construction worker. Finn is intrigued by Miguel but Miguel worries about their age gap. He wants the best for Finn and doesn't believe he is it. So much to Finn's disappointment he puts Finn firmly in the friend role. But throw in a near death experience, a stalker and threats and everything changes. This is a well written short read that is sure to please. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Great m/m Romance

    I haven’t read anything else by M. Tasia but I will definitely be reading more of them. This is a terrific read, very interesting and if you like well written, slow burn m/m romance with some action and suspense thrown in then you will probably like this to. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Keeps you reading

    Not a lengthy read yet is definitely worth the time. Finn is a good character. He’s compassionate and completely in love. The romance is fun to watch mature into a love story while the drama and excitement of his past keeps you turning the pages. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • An excellent instalment in the series

    A touching and interesting M/M romance with real life scenarios. A worthy follow up to the first book in the series.

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