This feature should “throw” you back a year ago. This feature is made by me and I’ll post my read books in the CW (calender week) the year before.
I explain it: it’s the year 2016, I throw back to 2015. Every Thursday I look up which CW we have and go this exact CW in the year before back. 2017 I throw back to 2016 and so on. 😉
But let’s see how it works. 😉
Calender Week 39 2016 (september 26th – october 2nd) — Calender Week 39 2015 (september 21st – september 27th)
During the time from september 21st until september 27th I finished these great books:
Crossroads by Riley Hart
Crossroads # 1
After divorcing the woman he’d been with since he was seventeen, Nick Fuller is starting over. He owns the restaurant of his dreams and he’s determined to meet new people, find new passions, and experience life to its fullest. Easier said than done—that is until he meets his new neighbor, Bryce Tanner…
Bryce is all about a good time. He plans to show Nick how it’s done, help him meet a few women, and enjoy the gift of the single life he’s been given. But things don’t go as planned, and soon they realize they’d rather be together than with anyone else.
Neither man has ever wanted another guy, but there’s a connection between them from the start—a spark they can’t deny. They find themselves navigating an unfamiliar new world and dealing with unforeseen obstacles. Physical desire isn’t enough, and now Nick and Bryce are at a crossroads. They have to decide which way to go: the easy path they’ve always followed, or the one that’s determined to trip them up at every turn.
What I think about it?
This book doesn’t have not only one straight guy who is suddenly into another, no, there are two of them. Nick and Bryce are so awesome. They explore their new sexuality on a balanced basis.
I also love that I can always laugh about the shenanigans by guys. I also cried a bit at the end because it was so beautiful. :3 I did a re-read in Octorber and it was even better than the first time – altough I know the story. 🙂 Always worth to read. ❤
Rock Solid by Riley Hart
Rock Solid Constructions # 1
Trevor Dixon has made too many mistakes to count. Sober for thirteen months, he’s determined to do the right thing: rebuild his relationship with his family, and help his brother get Rock Solid Construction off the ground. Failing them again isn’t an option. Too bad the first estimate Trevor goes on alone is for an uptight doctor with a superiority complex.
A hand injury took away the only important thing in Dr. Simon Malone’s life—performing heart surgery. He doesn’t do well with people and has no family, but being a damn good surgeon? He always had that. Now, he doesn’t know who he is. The last thing he wants to deal with is the young construction worker who blows his shot at remodeling Simon’s home.
Trevor and Simon form an unlikely friendship. The more time they spend together, the more Trevor starts wondering if maybe Simon’s not as straight—or uptight—as he thought…and maybe Trevor’s new attraction for Simon runs both ways.
There are too many reasons they shouldn’t be together: they have little in common, their age difference, Trevor needing to focus on his sobriety…yet there’s something about each other that they just can’t shake. They don’t feel so lost when they’re together. But with their footing so unsteady, forming a relationship that’s rock solid seems impossible. There’s blow after blow, and the last one just might be powerful enough to crack their foundation for good.
What I think about it?
Ah, this book has a special place in my mind and my collection. It was a really great topic, especially with the ups and downs the character had to go through. Unfortunately Riley is a bit hesitant to write the second novel – which is ok, of course – because the words aren’t that flowing… I hope we can read the second volume soon… I am so looking forward to get more of the world of the two brothers and their LI (love interests). 🙂 I really loved Simon and Trevis.. I should re-read this too. :3
Look up your shelf: can you remember your books you’ve read during this period? One which kept in mind? 😉 Feel free and tell me if you like. Or tell me if you maybe have read these books or titles (by the author) too. 🙂