A past relationship has left Jared Winter broken. When Eric Healey runs into him, Jared finds a reason to learn to trust again. The two men begin to fall for one another, but the prejudice around them threatens to tear them apart. Can their love survive in the real world?...
|Title||:||winter s love fall fire 1|
|Number of Pages||:||202 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
winter s love fall fire 1 Reviews
This was an ‘okay’ read. It has the expected good looking main characters and is a quick & easy-to-read love story. What held me back from really getting into this and loving it was that the story wasn’t as well developed as it could have been. The pacing wasn’t consistent throughout, starting off very sluggish – almost abusing the ‘show, don’t tell’ premise – to a sudden, fast paced ending. Winter’s Love is good effort at a first published attempt. I would’ve liked to have seen Jared a little less bi-polar in his emotions which often bordered on hysterical anger. Some of the scenarios seemed a bit far-fetched and ‘staged’ to create angst and drama within the sotry. Less of the robotic “I” starts to sentences, along with more restraint on taking down the fourth wall could have also made this story shine.I am giving kudos to Leeks for the twist at the end and the message at the heart of her story which she is trying to convey: love, in any form, should not be discriminated against. *I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review.*
This author shows us how easily love can happen, that at sometimes it can actually be love at first sight. Does love at first sight exist? An arguable question, one which the author is using to express herself with her story. If it doesn't, who cares, this is a great story to melt any heart.Worth a read.