Thursday, June 25, 2015

Book Review: Yours All Along by Roni Loren

Devon and Hunter were the closest of friends in college and brothers in a fraternity. Even though Devon was out and proud, Hunter never seemed skittish about sharing a room with him in the frat house. His oppressive home life as the son of a conservative congressman made him eager to learn more about others different from him. Through Hunter's acceptance, the other brothers grew more comfortable until Devon's sexuality was no longer a factor.

When the two friends' relationship crosses the line between platonic and romantic, Hunter was left very confused and very scared. A bad decision leads to a horrific accident and eventually his disappearance from Devon's life. Years later, Hunter is now a successful professional baseball player and a woman. Showing up, unannounced, at Devon's restaurant after years of absolutely no contact seems like a good idea, right?

I really enjoyed this friends to lovers story. It's full of angst, but the payoff is worth it. Both of the MCs are very likable, and I enjoyed seeing the development and, ultimately, the disintegration of their relationship. The ending left me with many questions, so I'm hoping the author will continue their story to give them proper closure.

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A copy of this book was provided by the publisher, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.

~ M 

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