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Andy Holcomb, heir apparent to the Holcomb Oil Empire, is keeping a secret from his family. When his "good old boy" grandfather uncovers it, Andy is tossed out and disinherited. With nothing but forty bucks and some clothes, Andy leaves Texas and joins the Marines. Bryan Moore grew up in the projects of Chicago, the oldest son of a mixed-race father and white mother. When Andy Holcomb, heir apparent to the Holcomb Oil Empire, is keeping a secret from his family. When his "good old boy" grandfather uncovers it, Andy is tossed out and disinherited. With nothing but forty bucks and some clothes, Andy leaves Texas and joins the Marines. Bryan Moore grew up in the projects of Chicago, the oldest son of a mixed-race father and white mother. When tragedy strikes his family, Bryan does his best to help his hard-working mom raise his three siblings. After high school, Bryan joins the Marines so he can send money home to continue helping his family. After proudly serving their country for eight years then spending six months unable to find employment, a chance meeting at the VA brings Bryan and Andy together when a stranger offers them a job on a cattle farm. Both Andy and Bryan eagerly jump at the opportunity. A bond of friendship is immediately formed, and though Andy is gay and Bryan considers himself straight, it holds no judgment. Spending all of their time living and working together tests their relationship on many levels. Andy knows what he wants even though he's not Bryan's type. Bryan is confused by his changing feelings for Andy though he can't deny the attraction. Neither one is willing to wreck the best friendship they’ve ever had. Finding Me follows Bryan and Andy’s story after the Marines. While books 1 and 2 can be read as standalones, Finding Me runs concurrently with Release Me, therefore it is best if you’ve read Book 2 before diving into Finding Me. Approximately: 97,000 words.


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Andy Holcomb, heir apparent to the Holcomb Oil Empire, is keeping a secret from his family. When his "good old boy" grandfather uncovers it, Andy is tossed out and disinherited. With nothing but forty bucks and some clothes, Andy leaves Texas and joins the Marines. Bryan Moore grew up in the projects of Chicago, the oldest son of a mixed-race father and white mother. When Andy Holcomb, heir apparent to the Holcomb Oil Empire, is keeping a secret from his family. When his "good old boy" grandfather uncovers it, Andy is tossed out and disinherited. With nothing but forty bucks and some clothes, Andy leaves Texas and joins the Marines. Bryan Moore grew up in the projects of Chicago, the oldest son of a mixed-race father and white mother. When tragedy strikes his family, Bryan does his best to help his hard-working mom raise his three siblings. After high school, Bryan joins the Marines so he can send money home to continue helping his family. After proudly serving their country for eight years then spending six months unable to find employment, a chance meeting at the VA brings Bryan and Andy together when a stranger offers them a job on a cattle farm. Both Andy and Bryan eagerly jump at the opportunity. A bond of friendship is immediately formed, and though Andy is gay and Bryan considers himself straight, it holds no judgment. Spending all of their time living and working together tests their relationship on many levels. Andy knows what he wants even though he's not Bryan's type. Bryan is confused by his changing feelings for Andy though he can't deny the attraction. Neither one is willing to wreck the best friendship they’ve ever had. Finding Me follows Bryan and Andy’s story after the Marines. While books 1 and 2 can be read as standalones, Finding Me runs concurrently with Release Me, therefore it is best if you’ve read Book 2 before diving into Finding Me. Approximately: 97,000 words.

30 review for Finding Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    I really enjoyed book 1 in this series and I loved book 2, so when I found out we were gonna get a book 3 about Andy and Bryan, I was a very happy camper. Now however, I'm stuggeling a bit with my rating. I enjoyed this book, though I have to admit...I liked book 1 and especially 2 much more. So I can't go with a full 4 stars, so I will settle on 3,5. Andy and Bryan are both marines and they have both opted out after finishing their second tour. They both joined the marines for shitty reasons. Andy I really enjoyed book 1 in this series and I loved book 2, so when I found out we were gonna get a book 3 about Andy and Bryan, I was a very happy camper. Now however, I'm stuggeling a bit with my rating. I enjoyed this book, though I have to admit...I liked book 1 and especially 2 much more. So I can't go with a full 4 stars, so I will settle on 3,5. Andy and Bryan are both marines and they have both opted out after finishing their second tour. They both joined the marines for shitty reasons. Andy joined the marines when he was 18 year old because his rich parents found out he was gay. They kicked him out, after his ex boyfriend left him beaten and bloody on their doorstep. Since they took all his money and refused further support, he didn't have a lot of options. Bryan joined the marines around the same age, because his family was dirt poor, his dad was in jail and he needed to support him mom and siblings. Both men are looking for a job after returning from their last tour, but both are having problems finding one. The fact that they are struggeling with PTSD and nightmares doesn't make it any easier. That is, until someone at the VA helps them with a possible job, working as farmhands on Mal's (book 2) farm. Once these two meet, they strike up an strong friendship. Coming from the same marine background really helps and within no time at all, the two of them are best friends. There is just one slight little issue. You are not supposed to lust after your straight best friend. And a straight guy shouldn't get arroused when his gay best friend is near him. A drunken night playing strippoker changes the balance between them, and they both make some mistakes. I wanted to knock their freaking heads together !!! After that they start playing some kind of cat and mouse game and I have to say that I got annoyed with the two of them on more than one occassion. I wanted to scream ...FOR FUCKS SAKES...JUST TALK !! This is a very slow build romance. Except for the drunken fuck-up, these two don't kiss until the 70 % mark. This didn't bother me. It was the lack of communication that got me irritated. Once they do find their way back to each other, things go from no talking at all, to singing each others phrases. I think a lot of people will love the sugary goodness that followed, but for me...I had to roll my eyes a couple of times. I still enjoyed the story though, but like I said, book 2 is still my favorite. Thankfully this book had plenty of Mal in it. I also want to advise everyone to read book 2 first. This story is written as a stand alone, but it runs around the same timeline as book 2. It will help you understand all the other characters that play a part in this book. Now, I don't think this book really qualifies as a GFY. Sure Bryan has never been with another man, but his sexlife with women has always been shitty. He also hasn't really had the time to explore who he really is and what he wants from a lover. When he get's really horney watching gay porn it becomes clear very fast that he is either bi or just gay. Which brings me to the steamy scenes. I have to say for me, I really enjoyed reading them. They were very hot together, and Bryan had no problems giving it up for Andy ;) I do hope there will be more books in this series. Maybe Curtis, when they find him ?? That would be really awesome.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dia

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Darn, I hate to give low ratings, but if I could I would give this one -1 star. I rolled my eyes BIG time while reading it. I was like: REALLY?!! A lot! The first half was extremely slow and super boring. Right after the middle of the book something switched with these MC's and the story. Things started to move. AT LAST! But all I could do was roll my eyes. Still a lot of recalling of the past. Still a lot of talking and talking and then some sex. I can't say I enjoyed the hot scenes because OMG Darn, I hate to give low ratings, but if I could I would give this one -1 star. I rolled my eyes BIG time while reading it. I was like: REALLY?!! A lot! The first half was extremely slow and super boring. Right after the middle of the book something switched with these MC's and the story. Things started to move. AT LAST! But all I could do was roll my eyes. Still a lot of recalling of the past. Still a lot of talking and talking and then some sex. I can't say I enjoyed the hot scenes because OMG it took them TOO much time to get there... And it didn't seem real. Like at all. It just didn't seem realistic! I didn't like the DRAMA here. Too much added in the end and for what?! It seemed like a cheap soap opera. I didn't like the way they established they want to marry either, and some of the dialogues felt SOOO cheesy. THIS was one of the most boring books ever. For me. Not my cup of tea! The plot, the characters, the story, the end... It just didn't work for me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    BR11

    Ohh, gezz, these two were so hot and, ohhh, so sweet. I loved their innocence. And that cover, gosh, that cover. That guy is hotter than all get out and I bet Faith used him as inspiration for Andy, nautical stars tats and everything. Here is more of him, in case you ruined your book cover with drool, as I did. Dropped one star cause I didn't get enough sexy times with these two since most of their time together was wasted with doubts the other didn't like them 'that way' and not communicating pro Ohh, gezz, these two were so hot and, ohhh, so sweet. I loved their innocence. And that cover, gosh, that cover. That guy is hotter than all get out and I bet Faith used him as inspiration for Andy, nautical stars tats and everything. Here is more of him, in case you ruined your book cover with drool, as I did. Dropped one star cause I didn't get enough sexy times with these two since most of their time together was wasted with doubts the other didn't like them 'that way' and not communicating properly. I felt like slapping them at times but they were too cute. Andy Bryan

  4. 4 out of 5

    bookfaerie

    Let's save us all more pain and be short and honest here. This is one of the worst books I've ever read and I would give it zero stars if I could. Save your precious reading time and money.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dee

    This to me was the weak link in the series. Not only did the story line draaaag for the first two thirds of the book, The last 1/3 seemed to be a rush to tie up every loose end known to man and we had long lost friends, and parents pop up; Will changes galore. Add to that multiple marriages and the discovery of a long thought dead brother and this was a Gumbo that was served before it was really ready. To add insult to injury, there was so much unconscious racism in the verbiage it was mind boggl This to me was the weak link in the series. Not only did the story line draaaag for the first two thirds of the book, The last 1/3 seemed to be a rush to tie up every loose end known to man and we had long lost friends, and parents pop up; Will changes galore. Add to that multiple marriages and the discovery of a long thought dead brother and this was a Gumbo that was served before it was really ready. To add insult to injury, there was so much unconscious racism in the verbiage it was mind boggling. The author said this about a multi racial character: "It was another one of those things he couldn’t help, like the color of his skin." Why would we expect the MC Bryan to "help" the color of his skin? What exactly needed help? If I had to endure this supposedly breathtakingly handsome man refer to himself as "a Mutt" one more time, I'd throw up in my mouth. This book didn't do Ms. Gibson or the series enough justice. 3 grudgingly given stars mostly based on the strength of the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Reilley

    Finding Me is Andy and Bryan's story of falling in love. They are both Marines that are now adjusting to their life after same. They quickly become best friends and have so much in common. Although Andy is instantly attracted, Bryan is but confused. We watch their story unfold and Bryan realize he loves his best friend. I loved their story. I loved revisiting with Mal, Cade, and their family. I loved how these two men are accepted right into their family and give them what they need. Love. The e Finding Me is Andy and Bryan's story of falling in love. They are both Marines that are now adjusting to their life after same. They quickly become best friends and have so much in common. Although Andy is instantly attracted, Bryan is but confused. We watch their story unfold and Bryan realize he loves his best friend. I loved their story. I loved revisiting with Mal, Cade, and their family. I loved how these two men are accepted right into their family and give them what they need. Love. The ending was super emotional for me and can't wait for the next book. I think it's going to be a big tear jerker. Thank you faith for this wonderful story

  7. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    This was such a sweet story. Andy and Bryan are so nice together. We get to see Bryan's struggle with feeling attraction to his best friend who is a guy and see how Andy struggles to overcome the abuse in his past. All in all a wonderful 3rd book to this series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ruqayyah

    I really loved this one. It was a great read, funny at times and well written. Looking forward to more books in this series

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lita Thomas

    Finding Me (The Music Within #3) by Faith Gibson This is Andy and Bryan’s story. Both are Marines back from a war that has left them with PTSD and Anxiety. They both are just trying to fit back in a society that really doesn’t have a place for them. Andy is from a wealthy family but when they find out he is gay they disown him. So he joined the Marines. Bryan has had to help his mother raise his sister and brothers. Living in the projects with a white mother and a black father who will be in pri Finding Me (The Music Within #3) by Faith Gibson This is Andy and Bryan’s story. Both are Marines back from a war that has left them with PTSD and Anxiety. They both are just trying to fit back in a society that really doesn’t have a place for them. Andy is from a wealthy family but when they find out he is gay they disown him. So he joined the Marines. Bryan has had to help his mother raise his sister and brothers. Living in the projects with a white mother and a black father who will be in prison the rest of his life was rough. So as soon as Bryan was old enough he joined the Marines to further help his mother provide for his siblings. Both guys happened to be at the VA where they meet Erik. He offers them a job at a ranch. They both decide it may work out considering their PTSD. For some reason they develop a friendship right off the bat, even though Andy is gay and Bryan is straight they seem to build a bond. The more time they spend together Andy finds he is developing feelings for his friend while Brian is struggling with trying to figure out the feelings he is having for his friend. I really enjoy this story. Even though this is the 3rd book in the series I feel it can be read as a standalone but if you want to know the back story at least read Release Me but for the full story start with Deliver Me. If you like a well told story with an emotional attachment to the characters than this is the book for you. I have to say no one can do character development like this author. Each and every book I have read by this author draws me in and leaves with a feeling of wanting to continue to learn more about the characters. I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. I give this story 4.5 stars.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

    This book is rife with: Miscommunication tropes- So much so I wanted to punch both MCs in the face Inconsistent characterization of the MCs Weird descriptions/depictions of mixed race people; the handling of race/racism in general (Over)Telling, not showing, repetitiveness Tragic Gay Backstory (tm)- TW for rape and disownment This felt more like a sequel to the second book and nothing happens between the MCs until 60+% into the story. And when the MCs do finally get together (after only a few weeks/ This book is rife with: Miscommunication tropes- So much so I wanted to punch both MCs in the face Inconsistent characterization of the MCs Weird descriptions/depictions of mixed race people; the handling of race/racism in general (Over)Telling, not showing, repetitiveness Tragic Gay Backstory (tm)- TW for rape and disownment This felt more like a sequel to the second book and nothing happens between the MCs until 60+% into the story. And when the MCs do finally get together (after only a few weeks/couple months), they're set to get married and it all feels rushed after the majority of the book dragging to the point where I skimmed a more than I should've and didn't feel like I was missing anything. Granted, I started the series at this book, but nothing in Finding Me makes me want to read the rest.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Danna Iuliana

    I like this series very much but this was my least favorite. It dragged in parts and the MC really coming together after 70% of the book was annoying for me. I loved the Lily nickname, it was adorable and not overused.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Valeria DePaula

    ✔ Letto! Quando il 7's Mistress si sono sciolti, la notizia non ha solo sconvolto la vita dei suoi integrati. Ma come un tsunami ha cambiato la vita anche a chi ne erano nelle vicinanze. Se avete letto il secondo libro, avete conosciuto Bryan Moore e Andrew "Andy" Holcomb i due ex marines arrivati nella fattoria di Mal come i nuovi lavoratori. Un libro che oso dire più bello che i precedenti, se è possibile. Due ragazzi con una esistenza difficile, che per ragioni diverse hanno scelto di servire ✔ Letto! Quando il 7's Mistress si sono sciolti, la notizia non ha solo sconvolto la vita dei suoi integrati. Ma come un tsunami ha cambiato la vita anche a chi ne erano nelle vicinanze. Se avete letto il secondo libro, avete conosciuto Bryan Moore e Andrew "Andy" Holcomb i due ex marines arrivati nella fattoria di Mal come i nuovi lavoratori. Un libro che oso dire più bello che i precedenti, se è possibile. Due ragazzi con una esistenza difficile, che per ragioni diverse hanno scelto di servire il proprio paese in cerca di un posto sicuro, di soldi, di di poter sopravvivere lontano dalle persone che ama o da quelle che pensava di essere amati, nel caso di Andy. Due ragazzi che avevano una possibilità su un milione di potersi incontrare, ma come ho detto prima il tsunami ha travolto anche loro. Un ragazzino gay ferito nel corpo e nell'anima, tradito e in cerca di qualcuno di cui fidarsi. Qualcuno che lo trovasse e lo tenesse con sé. L'altro un ragazzo etero che non ha avuto del tempo per sé, neanche per scoprire chi persona sia. Preoccupato ad aiutare la mamma a nutrire i suoi fratelli, un ragazzo amato dalla sua famiglia, rispettato, in cerca di un amore tutto suo e qualcuno di rispettabile da amare. Due ragazzi in cerca dell'amore, di una famiglia, di amici sinceri, di un posto sicuro, di una casa. Per me è ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ e non vedo l'ora di rivedere tutti loro nuovamente perché Curtis sta tornando a casa.

  13. 4 out of 5

    ManyHatMomma

    Deep and well written This story delves into the heart of one man who has been devastated by gay prejudice and abuse, and another who is fighting to find his true self. Both former marines suffering from PTSD and unemployment find ‘home’ in a ranch away from the triggers that cause them distress. The best friends find themselves searching their hearts while working through their issues. This story is rich in depth and follows the characters we have fallen in love with in the previous book in the Deep and well written This story delves into the heart of one man who has been devastated by gay prejudice and abuse, and another who is fighting to find his true self. Both former marines suffering from PTSD and unemployment find ‘home’ in a ranch away from the triggers that cause them distress. The best friends find themselves searching their hearts while working through their issues. This story is rich in depth and follows the characters we have fallen in love with in the previous book in the ‘Music Within’ series. This book includes gay men, steamy sexy love scenes, deep bonding between non-traditional families, and excellent character development.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Donna Wagner

    Last of this series. So far. Hopefully there will be more. All three of these books have been incredibly entertaining. Mal's farm is the setting. And the characters in these stories are all about family, even if they are not blood relatives. Helping each other, listening, supporting, and loving each other has made these books very special. I'll be looking into Gibson's other books as well. There are literally hundreds of wonderful writers. So fun to discover someone who is especially excellent at Last of this series. So far. Hopefully there will be more. All three of these books have been incredibly entertaining. Mal's farm is the setting. And the characters in these stories are all about family, even if they are not blood relatives. Helping each other, listening, supporting, and loving each other has made these books very special. I'll be looking into Gibson's other books as well. There are literally hundreds of wonderful writers. So fun to discover someone who is especially excellent at it. Thank you for the amazing entertainment. Loved every minute.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Michelle L

    More please! Please tell me there's another story in the series. I love these characters. Dealing with life and all it can throw at you is enough to test anyone. Throw in PTSD, abuse and abandonment and you have Bryan and Andy. But these two can get through anything as long as they're together. Throw in surrogate family who accept you as you are and you've got a very very HEA.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Victoria B

    This is the third book in the series and is in the same time line as book 2 but from Bryan and Andy's point of view. This book tells about how each man came to be on the farm and how their friendship blossomed and grew. Showing the internal struggle with discovering your true sexual desires and admitting them to yourself and others. This is a must read book for anyone that likes the MM type of story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    Such an emotional roller coaster! Two men from different backgrounds, one gay, one straight (or so he thinks), both are Marines that have been out for a while and are looking for a job after life in the military. Andy Holcomb was an heir to the Holcomb Oil Empire until his family finds out he's gay and disown him. Bryan Moore is from the projects of Chicago and a big family that he helped raise. Both men find themselves working for a cattle ranch as ranch hands. Although their friendship is prett Such an emotional roller coaster! Two men from different backgrounds, one gay, one straight (or so he thinks), both are Marines that have been out for a while and are looking for a job after life in the military. Andy Holcomb was an heir to the Holcomb Oil Empire until his family finds out he's gay and disown him. Bryan Moore is from the projects of Chicago and a big family that he helped raise. Both men find themselves working for a cattle ranch as ranch hands. Although their friendship is pretty solid, Andy can't help falling for his straight best friend. Although Bryan always considered himself straight, he never had a problem with homosexuality but he finds that he's developing feelings for Andy. As they try to fight their attraction, it only strengthens the more time they spend together. Although this can be a standalone, it makes more sense if read in order because it picks up from how they found the job at AAW Ranch and all the events that happened in book 2 but from their perspective and blossoming relationship.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Debbie W.

    ❤️. 📚. 👍

  19. 4 out of 5

    T.L. Travis

    I hope there’s a book four! That’s a hell of an ending to leave everyone with. This family has been through so much, I hope Curtis comes back.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Nino

    3.8

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    BRAVO BEAUTIFUL BRAVO!!!! Andy and Bryan have found kindred spirits in their friendship. Through the life they have found helping Mal and Cade on the farm, life is good. With the parental love from Suzette and Walt, they have healing and acceptance. This beautiful Kentucky farm that once had so much pain and suffering, has become a home of love for family and friends, who are adopted by the family. I love the character depth. I love how you get each character from beginning to end. This EPILOGUE BRAVO BEAUTIFUL BRAVO!!!! Andy and Bryan have found kindred spirits in their friendship. Through the life they have found helping Mal and Cade on the farm, life is good. With the parental love from Suzette and Walt, they have healing and acceptance. This beautiful Kentucky farm that once had so much pain and suffering, has become a home of love for family and friends, who are adopted by the family. I love the character depth. I love how you get each character from beginning to end. This EPILOGUE was priceless!! That being said, I hope to see a story about Curtis. This story was just as beautiful, heartbreaking, heartwarming and fantastic as the previous two. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND THIS AMAZING SERIES!!!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Christina's Bookshelf

    I enjoyed getting to actual meet Bryan and Andy. We were introduced to them in Release Me, book #2, and Finding me is their story. Bryan and Andy were strangers when they met and quickly becoming best friends. Faith does too good a job of having us crave more from this story at every turn of the page. You can see my full review on my YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/OjTKp3-UIXM I enjoyed getting to actual meet Bryan and Andy. We were introduced to them in Release Me, book #2, and Finding me is their story. Bryan and Andy were strangers when they met and quickly becoming best friends. Faith does too good a job of having us crave more from this story at every turn of the page. You can see my full review on my YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/OjTKp3-UIXM

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nikki

    The story of Bryan and Andy is one of self discovery and new beginnings. Both men having recently left the Marines, are looking to start new lives as civilians. Andy knows who he is and makes no apologies for his sexuality. Bryan thinks he knows, but it isn't until he meets and becomes friends with Andy that he starts to question who he always thought he was. In Finding Me, Faith Gibson allows the story and the relationship between these two ultra sexy men to develop organically. They take their The story of Bryan and Andy is one of self discovery and new beginnings. Both men having recently left the Marines, are looking to start new lives as civilians. Andy knows who he is and makes no apologies for his sexuality. Bryan thinks he knows, but it isn't until he meets and becomes friends with Andy that he starts to question who he always thought he was. In Finding Me, Faith Gibson allows the story and the relationship between these two ultra sexy men to develop organically. They take their time exploring their friendship and emotions and before taking the leap and let me tell that the anticipation of what we hope is to come gets your motor running! I loved the easy way Andy and Bryan have with each other as well as the other characters in the book. Malcom, Cade, Suzette and Walter return in Finding Me and we get to see the backstory of events from Release me, bringing with them a couple of really cool Ah Ha moments. As with Deliver and Release Me, I fell in love with the story and the characters. Suzette becoming one of my favorite supporting ladies. She brings a strength and warmth to the book that takes it up to the next level. Between the sexiness of these two men and their backstories Finding Me has stolen my heart. I loved this book and strongly recommend it to everyone that enjoys a well written story with a lot of heart. I happily rate this book 5 stars!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Penny Layne

    Faith wrangled my heart again! I fall in love with these men with every passing book. It took a while to click that we've already met these men. I loved exploring the same scenes and stories from different points of view. Andy and Bryan have completely different backgrounds but are so alike. Met just before turning into best friends then working together made Andy and Bryan very comfortable with each other. Yet both start having feelings for each other but neither acts on it, afraid of how the oth Faith wrangled my heart again! I fall in love with these men with every passing book. It took a while to click that we've already met these men. I loved exploring the same scenes and stories from different points of view. Andy and Bryan have completely different backgrounds but are so alike. Met just before turning into best friends then working together made Andy and Bryan very comfortable with each other. Yet both start having feelings for each other but neither acts on it, afraid of how the other will react and what would happen to this friendship that they've never had before. Follow these wonderful, beautiful men on a journey of self exploration and friendships. I, for one, cannot wait for the next installment...I know it's coming!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mateo

    I enjoy reading it but the end is not the best part.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Loved it just as good as the other 2 in the series❤

  27. 4 out of 5

    michelle Shelly

    Wonderful! I absolutely love this series. Bryan and Andy are great characters. I am in love with Andy, geez he's something. Both guys have a troubled past and each other is exactly what the other needs. Also, we got to visit with Mal and Cade. Yes, Cade! Love this series, love this book and the writing is phenomenal.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aimee

  29. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lex The Quiet

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