My rating: 5 of 5 stars
What I love about Nic as an author is that she seems able to turn her hand to any sub-genre within the MM world.
Here she gives us an amnesia story which is more than just that, it’s all about hope, about lost memories and about making new memories.
It’s about two normal blokes from Newcastle (the one Down Under not the one full of Geordies) whose lives are irrevocably changed by a blameless accident. While it’s a trilogy, there isn’t a cliffhanger as such at the end of book one.
It closes with a new beginning, and while that is all full of brightness and love, there’s also a tinge of dark and of hurt because Justin still has five years missing of his life.
I absolutely loved this and raced through it as quickly as possible, I loved Dallas’ unfailing steadfastness, his love for Jussy shines from the pages. And my heart broke for Justin, dealing with an unfathomable situation but with determination and courage.
This is, quite obviously, a zero steam book, but it really never feels like it’s missing, because the love Dallas has for Justin couldn’t be more clear in the way he is there, a rock to shelter against the storm of his amnesia.
Can’t wait for the rest!
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review