Retro release prequel is a delightful look at the start of a relationship
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is another retro release from L. A. Witt and it acts as a prequel to The Distance Between Us and tells the story of how Ethan and Rhett met.
This one’s in Ethan’s voice and it’s wonderful to get the insight into his developing feelings for Rhett after only having the later’s PoV in Distance.
I adored this, it’s shorter than the other but it still packs a lot into its length from the initial random meeting between the two men, through to the I love you’s and where to go next.
It explains all the passion we found between them in Distance and an insight into how fast they fell in love and why they’d found it so hard to separate.
Its also full of incredible sex, from the quickie in a toilet stall to the poignant final goodbyes when Ethan returns to Toronto and these two burn up the sheets.
I’m intrigued now to find out more about AJ and to read the rest of the Wildes series.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.