The story picks up right after the end of Connection. There was a tenuous happiness and start to the relationship both men had been fighting, but with the amount of issues Jeremy struggles with, there was no expectation that there would be smooth sailing. Jeremy and Evan navigate lots of ups and downs from the moment the book opens.
What should have been the start of a new chapter for Evan and Jeremy comes quickly crashing down as the men wake up and ...more
All too often when I read a romance I’ll finish the story and sit back thinking ‘yeah! Nice! But what happened next?’ Because that’s the thing with romances, isn’t it? You read two hundred pages of two men trying to overcome all their issues so they can be together, get to spend twenty pages with them while they declare their undying love for each other and then the story ends and you’ll just have to believe the happy ever after really happened. And while this i ...more
Jeremy stole my heart – I couldn’t stop it, I’m always been a sucker for complex and struggling characters.
At the end of “Connection” we left Evan and Jeremy “together”, but it was obvious to everyone that it wasn’t going to be easy. In “Husband”, the 4th book in the Equal Series, Jeremy comes across as a very strong and confident sort of person, but it’s a façade which he hides behind, he has fears and inse ...more
rust picks up right where Connection left off. Jeremy and Evan are in bed together. Evan is blissfully happy, but Jeremy? He’s still suffering from his insecurities, and when Evan runs his fingers along his scars, he completely freaks out. He leaps out of bed, telling Evan, “Don’t fucking touch me!” Breaking Evan’s heart, Jeremy declares their night together a mistake and even tells him that they can’t be friends, and maybe they never even were. Naturally, Evan is ...more
First off, Connection is book 1 and you need to read that before Trust because Trust begins where Connection ends... The next morning. It's important you know that.
That said... So, Evan and Jeremy... these boys! They are extremely frustrating. I wanted to beat them over the head so many times when I was reading this. Other times I wanted to hug them and tell them to take a deep breath ...more
What? You don’t believe me?
Yeah, that was probably a bit too much to expect.
So, if you’ve read the blurb (or have even a passing experience with sequels) you’d have guessed that book two brings with it a whole bag of problems for Evan and Jeremy. Which really shouldn’t surprise anyone since they ...more
I’m going to sort of guess that anyone reading this will have read Connections. If you haven’t, I would recommend that you read that before reading Trust—Trust directly follows Connections and I wouldn’t say it’s a stand-alone novel. (It’s not a great horror to have to read Connections if you haven’t already :-) ).
I have been reading a lot of my one of my favorite genres lately, Regency romances. What, you might ask, does that ...more
I have been following Jeremy's story from the beginning. I first knew of him while enjoying a little May-December romance novella that was supposed to stand alone by the name of Equals. Here we are six books later and maybe just maybe Jeremy will be able to get a happily ever after.
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I fell in love with Evan first, Jeremy took me a while, but in the end my love for both these characters is deep and strong. This is the story of how they overcame their obstacles to learn how to trust each other and themselves, and to forge the connection we all hope to find in life.
Evan has lived a life without love, without connection to others, he’s not sure how to change that, but he wants to try with Jeremy. Jeremy once had connections that he wasn’t ready for, b ...more
I have two confessions to make: the first being that I haven't yet read the first book in this series, Connections, where the two main characters, Evan and Jeremy, begin their relationship. However, I will be putting it on my Kindle imminently as I so want to see how they came together in the first place.I feel that this book can be read as a standalone, as I enjoyed the story immensely, even without the benefit of k ...more
And to the author - the wait was TOTALLY worth it! Evan and Jeremy's story was beautiful, emotional, REAL, and lovely. I'm so glad that it wasn't rushed together and pushed in 1 book, and that the author really wanted to make sure we got the best story from her. And we completely did!
This picks up RIGHT where book 1 ends, so you definitely have to read that one first at minimum...but I ...more