[L] Struggle: Part Two in the Crossing Desires Series

Author

Megs Pritchard

Subgenres

Abuse

Publisher

Self-Published

Release Date

September 21st, 2016

ISBN/ASIN

B01M0JJ8JM

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NOT RECOMMENDED
This book contains explicit M/M sexual scenes and strong language. It is intended for mature, adult audiences only. There is a trigger scene within this book. It includes a hostage scene and leads up to but doesn't include a rape.
The final episode in Tony and Will’s story.
After his encounter with Will, Tony was left more confused than ever. He’d never expected to experience the sensations, the pleasure that Will had brought out in him and it had excited, but confused him.
After every encounter, Tony was left more disturbed at the level of arousal that Will could create in his body. The emotional conflict Tony faced, wanting to continue and wanting to run away were tearing him apart.
Just when Tony thought he could handle and accept his attraction to a man and finally move their relationship forward, a man from his past threatens to destroy the fragile trust Tony is developing.
Will their burgeoning relationship survive and continue, or will the shadows of his past prove too much for Tony?
And Will?
Will he fight for Tony or will he walk away?
Is Tony too much trouble or a man worth waiting for?

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DNF

Book Cover

  • Headless torsos and/or exposed abs - how original

Engagement

Likes

Character Depth

Mood Upon Completion

Grammar

Sex Scenes

Dislikes

  • Too many logic fails*
  • This isn't a horror story, but I couldn't suspend my disbelief long enough to believe in any romance here

Emotional Depth

Content Warnings

  1. *Would you want to have sex right after sobbing while talking about your rapist? Yeah me neither, but it happened here.
  2. Would you allow your rapist back into your life because he’s friends with your maybe-boyfriend, who at first believed you made the whole thing up? Again, me neither, but it happened here.
  3. Would you allow said rapist to barge his way into your home on the premise of “talking to you” without calling the cops directly afterward? Nopenopenope. The only thing that saved this part was the MC got a knife from the kitchen for protection in the process, but now the rapist knows where the MC lives, and although he says he’s changed it’s historically unlikely.

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