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Will Madden is healing.

Thanks to therapy and a growing support system, he's taking baby steps into a promising future. One of those steps leads him to an online chat room, where he quickly bonds with fellow PTSD sufferer Taz Zachary.

Despite their virtual connection, Taz is initially freaked out at the idea of meeting Will face-to-face. A sexual relationship may be the last thing on his mind, but his craving for human interaction - and more of the way Will makes him laugh - gives him the courage he needs to take the next step.

In person the chemistry between them is undeniable. But Will is hurt when Taz doesn't seem to be in any rush to get him into bed. Still, acceptance, love, and happiness all seem within reach for the first time in forever - until demons from the past threaten the future they both finally believe they deserve.

©2017 A. M. Arthur (P)2017 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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Love this entire series!

This series is so good. I hope more books are to come. With each book it seemed to be have even more broken characters with heartbreaking stories. I loved both Taz and Will. There were sad moments throughout but the sweet ones were so special to watch both Taz and Will heal each other was amazing. There is also a mystery in this one that had me guessing till the end

Tyler Stevens did an amazing job narrating not only this book but the entire series. The story wasn't just read but it was narrated in a way that made you feel you were there with the characters. They cried you cried. They laughed and so did you. I really hope if more books are written that he also does the narration.

Overall this is an amazing series with great narration. I do recommend listening to them in order to know the back story of the secondary characters but it can be read as a standalone. I really wish that all of the secondary characters books were on audio.

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  • Chelsea
  • LIVERPOOL, NY, United States
  • 01-18-18

My Favorite in the Trilogy

This was my favorite of the trilogy because Tag and Will. They are both fighting with PTSD from bad things that's happened to them. Neither likes contact with others much however once they meet online they decided to meet up face to face. From there starts a friendships were both helps the other find some courage to try and live through it. Something I love about A.M Arthur books is that there is something the characters overcome and it's not a easy task. Like how Tag who lives in his house and struggled to go outside, while Will works with people but rather be in the background. It doesn't do the whole romance fixes everything instead starting a friendship, and growing from there makes a beautiful story to me. Plus they talked through things which is always a plus when a conflict happens instead of just letting it seat and get worse. This is the third book of the all saints trilogy and characters from the belong trilogy show up in the end and pretty much strikes a friendship with them, and give sound advice.

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A phenomental book!!

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So far I would say this was absolutely my favorite out of the All Saints series!!! Will's story was so tragic it really touched me and made me want to cry many times throughout this book and seeing him and Taz really bond and heal each was so enduring! Taz and his dad OMG!!!! That in itself was sad being his father was at one time his whole world since Taz's hate crime.
I really loved that A.M. introduced the characters from The Belonging series into this new series, God how I loved Dr. Taggert and the rest of the gang Romy, Brendan who turned out to be fantastic friends and the rest of the characters as well.
This was a book that you didn't necessarily need to read or listen to the other books in the series but it just added to the story but if you just picked this up you would be fine and not lost. I would truly recommend reading/listening to this one!!