Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Retro Review: Rare (Roads #2) by Garrett Leigh

Retro Review: Rare (Roads #2) by Garrett Leigh 


Roads: Book 2
Sequel to Slide

Paramedic Pete Adams lived through the year from hell watching his lover, Ash, fall apart, and the precarious balance between work and home is becoming more strained. His heart is always home, with Ash, but the dark side to his job is weighing him down.

Tattoo artist Ash Fagin is recovering from a nervous breakdown triggered by revelations about his traumatic childhood. His battle with mental illness is far from over, but with Pete by his side, he's feeling good again, so good he doesn’t notice something missing until it walks right into his living room. 

4.5 Stars

This is book two in the Roads series and should not be read as a standalone.

Pete and Ash have been through so much, both together and individually, but through the years that they've been friends and lovers they've never given up on one another. They are each there to help pick up the other when they fall and their bond is stronger with each and every hurdle they get over together.

I love Pete and Ash and the author manages to recapture the chemistry and connection between them that was present in book one. They again face a major adversity in this leg of their journey, but they manage to come out stronger on the other end.

The story is well-written and paced well. It held me enthralled from the first page and had twists and turns that I didn't see coming. It took me on an emotional rollercoaster from laughter to tears, but by the end I had a smile on my face. I can't wait to get to the last chapter of Ash and Pete's story and hopefully their HEA!

Very enjoyable and highly recommendable!

*copy provided by the author/publisher via SignalBoostPR in exchange for an honest review*

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