Title: Meik & Sebastian (Obsessed #4)
Author: Quin & Perin
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: December 13th 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 77
Reviewed by: Jia
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
After ruining his chances with Sebastian, Meik is plagued by the past and haunted by the present. His escape: booze and sex. But the memories of Gabe continuously well up and never ebb. They become an ever-present companion he cannot escape.
Will he hoist himself out of depression to seal the past and face the present or will he lose himself in the bottom of the bottle?
“Gabe was Gabe, and he could be gay all he wanted, as long as he was friends with Meik.”
We get a deeper insight into the Gabe and Meik constellation in this final conclusion of Obsessed. With flashbacks and present time interweaving the story quickens the pace and builds up for what we’ve all wanted to read. Meik is so adorably in love with Gabe, it’s heartbreaking to read and we have gotten to know Gabe so much that when he died I cried a lot.
Meik and Gabe really tugs at the heartstrings, they are fun, loving, caring and just simply wonderful together. I don’t want to spoil the reading but I cried so much, even the second time I read it I couldn’t help crying. I fell in love with all three of these characters which isn’t a usual for me. The authors have really done exceptionally well in portraying these characters and getting me to love them with all their quirks. This final ending focuses on emotions and feeling, total opposite from the first part which had scorching hot sex instead -setting up the premises for the rest of the series.
The only thing I would have wanted in addition to this is a bit of Sebastian’s view after the third part ended, and how he felt. The authors promises some extra scenes from Sebastian’s point of view in the 1-4 bundled book being released next year so I’m keeping my fingers crossed. To be honest I’ve been waiting for this series to come out as one since I read the second part.
I really, definitely, recommend this book – it’s just an emotional rollercoaster ride that is absolutely one of my favorites this year. All due to Quin and Perin’s amazing way of writing.
Here’s a parting quote from Gabe to Meik on Meik’s impatience of Gabe’s type of pants.
“Learn to strip me better.”