**** 4 owie stars ****
Keira Andrews continues to write and tell a beautiful story with beautiful characters!
How David feels in this installment is just so heart squeezing. There's a lot of miscommunication and lack of communication between Isaac and David. They both holds their tongue. David is swamped with guilt and responsibility, he even has great
I find it surprising really, that there wasn't more talks between David and Isaac, and especially David and Isaac with Aaron about the new life. Aaron had a difficult time when he got out too, so shouldn't he have been more aware of the culture shock they guys was experiencing and help them ease into the English world? I guess he did some, but the weren't really any talks about it. It was like "here, live in my house and everything'll be alright."
It's just "ow" to read, so I can't give full score because I didn't enjoy it as much as #1.
Still, highly recommend!
On to #3 A Way Home.
Gay Amish Romance series:
#1 A Forbidden Rumspringa. My review.
A Forbidden Rumspringa