Title: All The Broken Pieces (Finding Forever #1)
Author: Rebecca Raine
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: May 2, 2018
Genre(s): Gay Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 194 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Sometimes letting your heart set the rules is a good way to lose your mind.
Jeremy Hayden knows what it’s like to be lost in someone else’s pain. After years of trying and failing to save the man he loved, Jeremy’s determined to learn how to put his own needs first. That means staying away from people who are damaged. From now on, the only person Jeremy wants to save is himself.
Harrison Winters is the kind of damaged that cracks all the way to the bone. Forged by a childhood of violence and betrayal, he lives every day on the edge of darkness. Discipline and a strict set of rules keep his mind stable and his life on track. He doesn’t need anyone to save him, no matter how broken he is.
When Harrison falls for the sunshine of Jeremy’s smile, he sees his chance for a brighter future – only to discover he is everything Jeremy has vowed to avoid. Revealing the truth about his past would bring an end to their newfound happiness. To stay silent means breaking the rules that keep his mind free from the darkness.
With his heart on the line and his sanity under threat, Harrison knows one wrong move will break him. If that happens, there may not be anything left to save.
Please Note: Each book in the Finding Forever series can be read as a stand-alone novel. However, readers who follow the correct reading order with be rewarded with feel-good reappearances by past characters.
This was a decent read. I liked both the characters.
Jeremy and Harrison are two different men but also at the same time they have a lot of the same interests. Jeremy is the classic comic book geek whereas Harrison is more of the tough and rough exterior but classic inside comic book geek as well.
Jeremy owns his own comic book shop and when he meets Harrison at a convention, they start off on the wrong foot. But after a second meeting the sparks fly between the two. Only problem is Jeremy does not want a relationship with anyone because of his past relationships and Harrison wants just that.
Though they have different wants relationship wise, both men have the same thing in common when it comes to the attraction between the two of them. That attraction burns deep for both men. And even when they are trying to keep their hands off of one another they can’t seem to fight their attraction for the other.
Both men have their issues that they need to work through. If they cannot work through them, then they will not stand a chance at having their happily ever after with one another.
This was decent read. I enjoyed it but at times it seemed a bit drawn out. The parts that were drawn out made it hard to keep my attention. So that is why I gave this book a three star rating. I will try another book of Rebecca Raine’s in the future.
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