All For You by J.P. Oliver

This is a gripping tear-jerker that will make you cry, laugh and smile. Corey is warm, caring, gentle, patient and romantic. Jay is fragile, vulnerable, brave and strong. A few weeks after Ace rescues him from the street, Jay agrees to leave the house for the first time and they meet Ryder and Ty. Corey is also there when they walk in. Corey looked over and was snagged in Jay's eyes, while Jay was snagged in his. Corey could see the fear and hollowness in Jay's eyes and even though he was incredibly attracted to him, knew he needed support, not a romantic relationship. Jay couldn't stop peeking at Corey, even though he made Jay nervous, because he thought that Corey was the most attractive man he had ever seen, and that scared him. With lots of support and friendship Jay came out of the dark, and he and Corey grew close. His story is traumatic and sad, and so is Corey's, just not in the same way. Corey and Jay are an adorable couple.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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