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    Emotional, Healing, Acceptance - 4.5 stars!

    ** Kindly Provided via Promoter in Exchange for an Honest Review ** -- MY THOUGHTS > Judging a Book by it's Cover: Two men, awkwardly arranged above a lit skyline. In this case, it was the summary that caught my attention and begged a closer look. Looking Deeper: Written in a first-person POV from Oliver's perspective. Oliver's hurting from the fresh loss of the man who'd taken him in several years ago and became a father to him in all ways but blood. Adam is the new tenant, a former Marine that is suffering hurts of his own since losing a leg and his military career. Oliver's out and proud, Adam is a third-generation Marine who grew up knowing he needed to suppress who and what he is. Now, together in a vulnerable time in their lives, can they depend on one another for strength and comfort... maybe even love? Both lead characters are filled with such raw emotions, neither are perfect specimens... in fact, they both are admittedly flawed individuals. There's an entire cast of secondary characters, almost too many (sixteen off the top of my head that are mentioned or appear with regularity), but each is unique and helps to create a rich, full story. The chemistry between Oliver and Adam is unique in that it's not an instant thing, nor is it a steady and gradual progression. Dialogue is good, so is the interplay between cast members. There are a handful of conflicts that are sufficiently resolved in a variety of fitting manners. There's almost no predictability and several surprises tucked in here and there, some bigger than others. The conclusion is wrapped up extremely well, leaving no stone unturned. Mr. Cook is the first male m/m author that I have read that has managed to convey the depth and complexity of raw emotions throughout the book. He made me laugh, and made me tear up... not an easy feat. I was very pleased and impressed with this story and look forward to the next installment in the series. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Heat Level: 4.25 [R] ~ Score: 4.4 ~ Stars: 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
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