I used to have them—before the nightmares started.
I dreamed of nice guys, love…normalcy.
Things like reading the Sunday paper in bed with my lover.
But who needs dreams when your reality is filled with a string of faceless dominating men in uniform? Men that pack a thick bulge and are only too happy to satisfy your deviant sexual cravings.
Me. That's who.
And then HE walked through the door and shared with me, a total stranger, his intimate dream of love. Damn him for verbalizing every single detail of the dream I buried long ago.
And now I don’t know how I’m going to live without that dream. Or him.
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4 I wanted more stars
I really, really loved a lot of this story.
Loved Henry. He’s had such a heartbreaking life. Julie Richman writes such great character development.
Henry has been through so much heartbreak. Then there’s Quinn. Breath of amazing fresh air. Then. More heartbreak.
Ahhhhh. Enter Seth. The last 4-5 chapters involve Seth. This is why I didn’t give it 5 stars. Maybe there’s another book coming. Haven’t heard. But the part with Seth seemed strange. I wanted to feel them fall in love. But all we got was angst. I feel like Seth deserved his whole book. Not just a couple chapters. So with that said, I really liked the book but wanted more. Wanted Seth to have his story and building time with Henry. Not feel like an afterthought.
But i did genuinely love it. I love M/M stories. No exception here.
I read the first three Moore books, then bought this one, knowing but not thinking that because Henry is gay, this would be a gay romance. A first for me. But the story is not about being gay, it’s about life’s trials and finding love. One of the best romance novels I’ve ever read!
Love this book what a great end