Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Sometimes it takes a little divine intervention to make someone see the error of their ways.
Hunter Beams is only eighteen years old but he’s tired of the world. Orphaned since birth, moved from one foster home to another and then gets fired from a minimum wage job just because he wouldn’t sleep with the boss. He is tired of getting bullied because of his sexuality. Nothing about him is normal not his size, his looks or his damn hair. Losing his job is the last straw. He is just going to end it all because he is just too damn tired of trying to survive.
Thirty year old Donte Womac has it all…a comfy townhouse in Chelsea, an active social life, a stable of cars and a cushy job. Then tragedy strikes and a young man lay dying in his arms. Then Donte discovers that all the money in the world can’t help a person who wants to kill himself.
This story was heartwarming and shows that when you meet the right person at the right time then everything will eventually work out. Unfortunately Donte will have to help Hunter heal before they can really see if they are right for each other. Hunter is so adorably sweet and innocent; he just hasn’t had an easy road in life and doesn’t see a reason to continue. Donte will do anything to show Hunter that life is worth living, but doesn’t know what to do when Hunter doesn’t want him to spend his wealth on him and isn’t impressed by it.
This story is told from both characters’ points of view so we get to see them a bit more clearly. They both come from such different backgrounds and Hunter doesn’t want to take from Donte, but really Donte is almost as innocent as Hunter is emotionally. I loved both of these characters and how they interacted with each other and the side characters and in the end this book gave me the warm and fuzzy I was looking for when I went to read it.
Cover art is very nice and give great visuals for both of the characters.
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ebook, 150 pages
Published: December 15, 2016 by MLR Press
Edition Language: English