1) Wow! What an emotional trip this little jewel was. I've read the previous books in this series and would suggest reading them first before reading this one. I Love Silver. Broken, abused, fragile, beautiful Silver. Silver and River's story will rip your heart right out of your chest and take you on a whirlwind, bringing your emotions up and down, then give you the satisfaction of knowing their Love is stronger than the hurt of their past. This is a fantastic story, one I highly recommend reading if you like stories about broken souls whom, at the end, find their bright star. Cheers, Nephy! You deserve so much success in your writing adventures! Well done!
Friends & Lovers (Enigma #3) Nephy Hart
Gay - Contemporary Romance
File Size: 2811 KB
Print Length: 386 pages
Publisher: Nephy Hart/Flying With Red Haircrow Productions (December 13, 2016)
Publication Date: December 13, 2016
Amazon: Friends & Lovers (Enigma #3) Nephy Hart
Silver is trying hard to settle down again with Ben and River after the events at the Theatre De La Vie, but he isn’t the same person anymore and River is having a hard time dealing with the changes. One of the hardest things he has to cope with is Ariel, Silver’s new best friend, who makes Silver act like a teenager and causes trouble wherever he goes. When that trouble touches Ben, it sparks off a chain reaction that almost ends in tragedy.
In the meantime, Ariel has his own fallout to deal with. After finally finding someone to whom he might give his heart, he very nearly loses him by…well by being Ariel.
With his family life in tatters and his best friend lurching from one disaster to the next, Silver needs to be stronger than he’s ever been. The problem is he’s not feeling very strong at all. In fact, there are times when he thinks it would be so much better if he just went back to that place inside his head where he was safely shut away from the world, and that place is getting closer all the time.
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