*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*
“The best gifts are the ones you didn’t even know you needed.”
“Everyone in the wedding party gets laid. It’s tradition.”
Roger “Beck” Beckworth grew up with a strict, homophobic father who was always changing the rules just to keep Beck on his toes, but now he’s made a well-ordered, predictable life for himself that he’s perfectly happy with. Perfectly. When he finds himself waiting to take his place as a groomsmen at a friend’s wedding, the last thing he expects is that the final attendant—the one who’s running late, a sure sign that the two of them will be like oil and water—will turn out to be the first man he ever loved.
“Surprises are some of my favorite things.”
Liam Hart lives on his boat, free to go wherever the wind blows him. He’s almost allergic to the idea of being tied down to any one place… or any one person. That had been different, once, but loving Roger Beckworth was half a lifetime ago, and the pain of losing him taught Liam a valuable lesson about the risk of trying to hold onto something after its time has passed. Finding him again might just teach Liam something else altogether, though.
“You have to believe. Love will never let you down.”
When fate brings them together again, their differences seem destined to pull them apart… unless Beck can finally learn to let go, and Liam figures out that love really is worth holding onto, no matter what the cost.
Wrecked is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers. It is set in the same series-world as “Someday,” Danny and Mace’s story, “Delicious,” Gavin and Ben’s story, “Falling,” Jeremy and Nick’s story, and “Again,” Cash and Robin’s story.
I was waiting for this book since I knew we get Liam’s and Beck’s story. Whereas Cash and Robin’s story was really dramatic and sad this was a bit cozier. 🙂 The both guys were seperated for such a long time but all the emotion clicked right in place when they met again. ❤
I really liked how mature Liam was and how Beck also thought about things. It had a good, great character developement and all the problems were really understandable.
Of course it had the HEA and the cheesy love in it, but that’s what you need to relax after a hard, long day.
Other than in the other books the prologue wasn’t this revealing, it felt okay to read it and I had a different feeling… maybe because of the two maincharacter’s chemistry.
The erotic scenes and the sex itself was hot. My heart beat really fast because of the passion but also because of the true feelings between the maincharacter.
5 out of 5 stars. The story of Liam and Beck was so sweet. *swoon*
Can’t wait to read Jared’s story. :3