I've not read this author before and thoroughly loved this book. Unrequited love gone horribly wrong. Two fathers who don't deserve to be called a parent. One who uses his son like a pawn, when he isn't throwing his very existence in his face - the other who beats, threatens and bullies his son because he can. Two boys who were best friends and are now 'enemies'. Justice is s-t-r-a-i-g-h-t. Penn never was, but can't come out - his father would literally kill him. One night, one party and these childhood friends reconnect. What happens next shakes the very foundations they stand on. Beautifully written, emotionally engaging, sexually liberating these two boys find their way as individuals and together, despite every effort from their respective fathers to destroy them both. Highly recommended
Two best friends torn apart by one kiss and brought back together with a punch. This story and these characters were so easy to call in love with. Neighbours and best friends, eachothers everything whilst dealing with awful parents, and all the pressure that entails. This book was beau and inspiring.
This is ultimately my favourite romance trope- best friends, who have lost contact, reacquaint and fall in love. And K Webster wrote it brilliantly. I kinda wished Penn’s Dad would’ve died a bloody gruesome death though, at least they got their HEA in the end.
This in my opinion is K at her best. When she writes deep, moving, emotional, heartfelt beautiful books just like this one she gets my total full attention and then add MM into the equation too and it was the icing on the cake. Don't get me wrong I love all of K's books but stories and words like this book when she writes are perfection.
Two best friends that have known each other since very small boys, an argument that leads to a fall out for two years. This is Cope and Penn's story about their lives and their sexuality. It is deep and meaningful. Absolutely beautifully written at portraying these two young men and the situation they find themselves in.
Broody sexy hot alpha males, both with hearts of gold and good intentions, emotions flowing from every page, this book was just incredible in all ways. This one is definitely one of my favourite of K Webster's books, it's up there with The Day She Cried and The Whispers and The Roars.