1) I was thoroughly invested in the characters and felt I walked in their shoes, or I wanted to. I experienced the story unfold through their eyes and the authors moved me to feel emotions as if I were right there. I can' t praise these books too highly. I was disappointed to finish this book. I want to read more by the authors. I'd like more set in this world and more about these characters. For me, the one criticism is that I would have liked more detail within each book. These books could have been twice as long, padded with more details about the characters and the settings. It's a credit to the writers that I just wanted to dwell for longer in each scene.
Mason Winters & Olivette Devaux Like a Rock (Disorderly Elements #1)
Gay - Alternative Universe/Reality
File Size: 3066 KB
Print Length: 123 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Mugen Press (January 14, 2017)
Publication Date: January 14, 2017
Amazon: Mason Winters & Olivette Devaux Like a Rock (Disorderly Elements #1)
WHEN EARTH AND WATER MOVES – Fresh out of school, architect Cooper Anneveinen tends bar by night and chases small clients by day. He sees what lies hidden underground. The unexplained, wild images complicate his life and drive him to seek medical help – but not even antipsychotic drugs make him “normal.”
Ash Ravenna talks to water, and water sometimes obeys his wishes. Using his gift in a pollution clean-up effort, he hires Cooper to help with an old industrial property by the river. The handsome young architect turns his crank like nobody else – and his hidden talent is an unexpected asset.
Ash hopes to teach Cooper control over his newfound earth-sense. Cooper puts everything on the line to learn. All goes well, until their their sizzling chemistry throws them a curve neither expects. If Cooper fails, more than just their love is on the line.
LIKE A ROCK is a paranormal gay romance adventure with explicit scenes and a happy ending.
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