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They've escaped to the outside world - but can they really be free?

David and Isaac have found happiness in each other's arms. In faraway San Francisco, Isaac's brother Aaron helps them explore confusing "English" life and move beyond the looming shadow of their Amish roots. For the first time, David and Isaac can be openly gay, yet they struggle to reconcile their sexuality with their faith. At least they don't have to hide their relationship, which should make everything easier. Right?

But while Isaac thrives at school and makes new friends, David wrestles to come to terms with the reality of the outside world. Haunted by guilt at leaving his mother and sisters behind in Zebulon, he's overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of the city as he works to get his carpentry business off the ground.

While David and Isaac finally sleep side by side each night, fear and insecurity could drive them miles apart.

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Keira Andrews (P)2019 Tantor

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OMFG!

This series is amazing! Holy cow! Ive been blowing through m/m romances just to get rid of some free credits, this is the first series I’m totally and absolutely obsessed with!!! The narrator is AMAZING! He brings the whole story to life with exquisite detail! Aaag! I’m so excited to listen to the next one!

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Excitement and Pain

I spent most of the story worrying for David and hoping someone would notice his pain even during the excitement of being I the world. I loved Isaac's family and their help. The ending well since I finished listening to the book on the way home I can't wait to get home and order the next book. But as chaotic as the ending was at least you are left with hope.

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amazing

It's review time 🎧
Warning ⚠️ : Amish religion, male to male love. A lot of s**
Narrator score🎧 ; I really love Jon solo I think she's work is marvelous and incredible and he managed surprise me in my opinion this was the best series that this narrator performed the characters and feelings... i just dont even. John was absalutly extraordinary.

Level of steam🔥: well as they apparently say, the deeper the denial the deeper the desire. It was hot super hot 🔥 those two experimented a lot with their bodies.

Level of anxiety and sadness0😱😢: i have to say it wasn't as terrible as I thought it would, I bought this series as soon as it came out on audible, but it took me a long would to listen to it because I wasn't in the mood to cry my soul out, and though I did cry in some parts of this trilogy, It wasn't as terrible as I thought it will be.

The book itself📖: wow , this author did an incredible research before she wrote the books, and you can see.
Both chapters were beautiful to me, I love them so much. And I will think about those books a lot after today.
Look, I admire this author, because homophobia is a subject that should be spoken about yet, unfortunately .
But it's more than that, she respected a whole community without being ethnocentric, and it's very important that she gave us the listeners/readers the opportunity to be in a world without judging it as a writer.

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A whole new world

I love this book even though it makes me sad how distant Issac and David have become. But I can imagine how mind altering it would be to leave that environment. I’m excited to move on to the next and hoping for a HEA.

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  • 04-02-21

A great second book

A continuation in the story of Isaac and David, two Amish men who leave their community to be together. Finding their way in the big world is fraught with confusion and challenges and keeping a relationship in those conditions are tricky. Our men discover the wider world makes it much harder to stay close and sometimes love isn’t enough – you need to work just at hard at a relationship as you do at farming! Once again, fantastic narration by John Solo.