Review: From This Day Forward by Addison Albright

From This Day Forward (Vows, #2)

 

BLURB

Follow-up story to ’Til Death Do Us Part

Henry and Sam Miller-Greene are enjoying life in the summer after Henry’s rescue from a small South Pacific island, where Henry and three others were marooned for five years.

Henry and Sam thought adopting Aiden — the child with whom Henry had been stranded — would be smooth sailing. Matters are complicated by the public nature of their rescue that has turned the survivors into overnight celebrities. Anti-gay-fueled animus rears its ugly head in the blogosphere, causing concerns over the impact libelous rumors might have on Aiden.

With their nightmare separation behind them, Henry and Sam are anxious to renew both the intensity of their former intimacies — now hampered by having a curious and still apprehensive child sharing their home — and their commitment to one another. Will they be able to move their love forward now that they are together again?

 

REVIEW

I liked it a lot, I think anyone who know the characters from ‘Til Death Do Us Part appreciate to know what happened next to them. I certainly enjoyed it.

I didn’t feel the same heartbreaking emotions I felt in the previous book, but what was so easy to feel was love. It was so nice to see how the much everyone care for each other, and not meaning only Sam and Henry, but everyone who was on the book, it was so satisfying to see how much meaning was put into simple words or gestures.  This story centers more in how regular life is for them and how they manage the issues that try to risk their stability.

I really liked. I loved the characters, I really liked the way Sam and Henry interact with Aiden, I think those were my favorite moments of the story. I don’t think it would work as a stand-alone, but if any reader already know the characters, I think this story can be easily enjoy.

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