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A Worthy Man (The Men of Halfway House Book 5) by [Reese, Jaime]
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A story of two men and the boundless love that forever changed them.

Vannguard Shaw has spent the last ten years serving a life sentence and adjusting to the ache of solitude. He accepts his fate, a sacrifice for the only man he ever loved and the one person who saw beyond his rough edges.

Drayton grew up with a trust fund and pre-planned future, but an unexpected encounter one night forces him to abandon everything and start from scratch. He is now a self-made man and developer of one of the most sought after electric exotic automobiles in the world with a fortune greater than that of his birthright. Yet, he’d surrender it all—again—for the only man who’s still ever-present in his heart.

After a decade and entirely too much distance between them, Vann is suddenly released back into a world that has been nothing but cruel. Drayton never lost hope they would once again reunite and pick up where they left off, but Vann’s stubborn nature and repeated encounters with a heartbreaking world prove to be a challenge.

Vann needs to tap into his fighting spirit’s reservoir of strength and hope life doesn’t punish him for taking a chance. Only then will he realize his own value and feel worthy enough to finally have Drayton’s heart. And their chance at forever.

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Word count: 124,300
Although part of a series, this is a full-length stand-alone novel.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1453 KB
  • Print Length: 402 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Romandeavor, Inc. (30 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B072HM53T5
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,889 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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This is one of only a handful of book series that I have consistently given full stars to each subsequent book. That in itself is a rarity and it’s so damn impressive that Reese keeps upping the ante with every story she releases within The Men of Halfway House series, making each one even more gripping and all-consuming than the last.

Here, we witness a truly epic love story between opposites Drayton and Vann. They initially met when they were teenagers – Drayton 17 and Vann 14 – each from opposite sides of the tracks, both with parents who treated them like crap. Their friendship was strong and eventually grew into more as they got older, but they were wrongfully torn apart in their early twenties when Vann was sent to prison for accidentally ending a life while saving Drayton’s.

For ten long years, the two were separated. Vann refused to let Drayton visit him in prison, for heartbreaking reasons that made complete sense to me and made me ache for Vann and Drayton both. But regardless of their separation, Drayton never gave up hope of one day being reunited with the love of his life. He wrote Vann a letter every single week and continued to legally fight for Vann’s release, until eventually Jesse and Aidan’s hard work from book four (A Mended Man) lead to the reveal of a complicated web of corruption within the justice system, including involvement of Drayton’s horrible mother who had been working to keep Vann locked away. As a result of these revelations, Vann is released on parole immediately, which is where this story properly begins.

Reuniting after a decade apart isn’t an easy transition.
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I liked this addition to the series. Full of emotional rollercoaster and character growth, i enjoyed the story of Vann and Dray.
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This series really does just keep getting better and better.

I didn't think anybody would take over my love of Cole and Ty in A Mended Man, but Dratyon and Vann have pulled up into equal first place in my heart.

Some of us are lucky to find our soul mate. Some of us are lucky to find them young. Drayton and Vann found each other as teenagers, and through everything that has kept them apart, their love have remained strong.

Ms Reese grabbed me around the heart from the first chapter of A Worthy Man. My heart ached for these beautiful men. Theirs really is an epic love, a love to survive the ages.

Whilst our lovelies had overcome the biggest of their hurdles in their separation, there are still roadblocks popping up.

I LOVE that they stayed strong, that we got to be taken on them as they find out the men they are today.

"The only positive of being away from you for so long is that I now get to enuoy falling for you all over again."

Le sigh.

A Worthy Man is full of such beautiful moments.

It put a big smile on my face as Vann came out of his shell, became the man he was on the road to being all those years ago. Growing into the man that Dray loves more each and every day.

I really don't think I have the words to do this book justice, to convey how much I really did love Dray and Vann and their story.

I love it. Go buy it. Read it.
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