“This is a very moving story that takes you from lowest of lows to a great ending high. It also shows that love and sex are two very different things.”
“Another excellent book in this wonderful series by Dahlia Donovan. Really love this group of guys and love that we get to see them after their own stories.”
“A story filled with lots of emotion, heart, and tenderness. Wyatt just knew that slow and easy was the only way he could go to in order to aid Aled in his survival from the traumatic and horrific events that he had endured. Wyatt was totally on board with his desires & instincts to help Aled succeed; a very satisfying story in this series. After all he was a former Seal and success was all that he knew.”
“This is a gentle story that starts from an act of extreme violence. Of one man working to free another from the walls of fear and the horrors of his torture that now bind him. Along the way they fall in love. It’s the trust, the easing into each others lives, and finally the bravery to go forward…this time in tandem.
This is more a romance, there’s very little actual sex. That makes sense when you consider that most of the story Aled is so damaged that he is not feeding himself. To have them jump into sex would destroy any authenticity the author is building up between her characters and her readers. No, the beauty lies in tthe concisenessof the narrative and the future unfolding for them both.
” 4.75 stars from Melanie M. at Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words
“With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading flow, this was one helluva story that packs a mighty punch for being short. And that, right there, is the only problem I have with it! I NEEDED MORE!!!! I seriously wasn’t ready for this book to be over. I loved every single word. ” 5 Stars. Merissa from TRR
“This story is wonderfully written, perfectly paced and deals with a relationship at its most intimate level without sexual intimacy! I don’t remember a more beautiful love story involving the basic themes of hurt and recovery or a more patiently developed relationship. Wyatt’s overwhelming feeling is that Aled is “his botanist” no matter how long it takes, how many years, and that of “good fortune that no one else ever realized how amazing Aled is before they met”.” Mainely Stories, 5 Stars.