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Getting Him Back was a quick, solid read. There's a bit of angst and some hot sex, which is always a good combination. But it fell short of making it to my favorites list.
My biggest problem was with Ethan's naive and immature actions for the first third (or maybe even more) of the book. He's young, sure, but his lack of maturity bothered me. I personally have a low tolerance for immaturity, both IRL and in the books I read, so realize that this is entirely my own view on his character.
Once Ethan started to wise up and move on from his ex, I enjoyed the remaining parts of the book a lot more. Ethan and Wyatt were good together, and great in the bedroom. :) I mean, really great. This is just a tease:
My only other complaint is about the ending; it's a bit rushed and things are wrapped up a bit too neatly. Apparently part two of their story will be out later this year and I'm curious where the story will go. I liked these two enough that I'm putting it on my list.
Overall a good read if you're looking for a new adult M/M and don't mind that it will be told in two parts.
3 1/2 STARS!
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I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for my honest opinion.
*Note: The quotes used belong to K.A. Mitchell; TBQ's Book Palace does not claim them.
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I quite liked this one, and going back through it for quotes I realized again that it IS very hot. :)
Have you read K.A. Mitchell before? Do you have a favorite of hers?
Until Next Time,
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