Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Lonely Hearts by Heidi Cullinan

With the quiet help of his wealthy family, Sebastian “Baz” Acker has successfully kept his painful past at bay. But as the end of college draws near, his friends—his buffer zone—are preparing to move on, while his own life is at a crippling standstill.With loneliness bearing down on him, Baz hooks up—then opens up—with Elijah Prince, the guy Baz took a bullet for last year. The aftershocks of their one-night stand leave giant cracks in Baz’s carefully constructed armor. For the first time, the prospect isn’t terrifying.

Accustomed to escaping his demons by withdrawing into his imagination, Elijah isn’t used to having a happy herd of friends. He’s even less comfortable as the object of a notorious playboy’s affections. Yet all signs seem to indicate this time happiness might be within his grasp. When Baz’s mother runs for a highly sought-after public office, the media hounds drag Baz’s and Elijah’s pasts into the light. In the blinding glare, Baz and Elijah face the ultimate test: discovering if they’re stronger together…or apart.

Warning: Contains sex in a Tesla, sex in a cupboard, sex under a piano, kinky role play, and a cappella RuPaul songs. Just a couple of boys groping, battling, then finally loving their way to becoming men.

Holy smokes what a great book.  This one was a wild ride from page one and the end, this has to be the best couple in this series, in my opinion.  This book is very well written and the character build up, hell there is no character build up, they literally started running out of the gate.  The Disney themed wedding and Elijah’s internal monologue had me holding my side in laughter.  And of course we get badass Baz, who even with his own disabilities, I thought it was so sweet that he kept making sure Elijah was safe at all times.  I give this book 5 great book stars.

 ***Received this from Samhain via Netgalley from my honest review***


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