To Nathan Hunt, honesty is anything but the best policy. Telling the truth has gotten him nothing but heartache and pain; so lying about who he is and what he wants seems to be the only path to job security and friends. Hell, it even brings him a hollow kind of happiness.
Except, that’s not much of a life for any man. Especially one with Nathan’s passions. Desperate to cure his self-made misery, Nathan agrees to go along with a con that will score cash for Nathan to start over. There’s just one problem: lying is getting harder by the day. And a con who can’t lie, is a con who gets caught.
Nathan’s attempts to distract himself from his moral quandary lead him to a mysterious, intoxicating man named Fury. The Mixed Martial Arts fighter knows a thing or two about lies and pasts better left buried. He and Nathan have something else in common – they both want to be with someone who lets them be themselves.
Together, they undertake a journey that proves honesty is more dangerous and more difficult than either of them could have imagined. And as they combat addiction, thugs, guns, and their own inner demons, Nathan and Fury can only hope that their battle to be together will be worth the bitter fight.
4.5 All is Right in Their World Stars
I’m so glad I gave this book a go. It was the right everything IMO.
Just enough angst. I mean I can never have enough angst. But this book hit my good feelz angst factor.
The chemistry was off the charts.
The sex scenes left me breathless.
The ending soothed my HEA soul.
The road the redemption and happiness is not a smooth paved street. It is a long stretch of highway with millions of pot holes, dead carcasses and pit stops along the way.
Nathan & Fury
^^^^ such yumminess wrapped up in those names ^^^^
“Fury’s eyes closed, and tenderness tried to stop Nathan’s heart. It was always easy, being with Fury. Bound or unbound, done or doing, Fury was Nathan’s bliss.”
I love when I get taken away from reality, and lost in a world that I enjoy so freaking much and given the good feelz.
The struggles, the sacrifices, the stories, the past, the present and the future.
“Now I know the whole world’s a jungle. Sometimes you hide. Sometimes you fight. But it’s always out there.”
This book has it all.
It is written so well, that you feel the FEELINGS oozing off the pages.
There is mystery and intrigue. There are lies and deception. There’s hiding and coming out.
There is so much wrapped up in 200+ pages and it flowed. Flowed so well. I wanted to see how it ended, I couldn’t wait to see how it ended.
Kelly Wyre~ Thank you for taking me out of my book slump with this great read!!!