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Release Day Review: Anthony by JP Barnaby

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Release Day Review: Anthony by JP Barnaby

Book Info

Book Series
A Survivor Story
About the Author
JP Barnaby, an award-winning gay romance novelist, is the author of over two dozen books, including Aaron and the Little Boy Lost Series. She recently moved from Chicago to Atlanta to appease her Camaro who didn’t like the blustery winters. JP specializes in recovery romance, but slips in a few erotic or comedic stories to spice things up. When she's not hanging out with hot guys in leather, she binge watches superheroes and crime dramas on Netflix. A physics geek, she likes the science side of Sci-Fi, and wants to grow up to be Reed Richards.
Publication Date
June 27, 2016
A Survivor Story 

Aaron Downing worshiped his mother. She saved his life. She did everything for him. But Anthony Downing has a different perspective. He sees the woman who tossed him into a basement for eight long years and forgot he existed. When Anthony decides he’s done being invisible, he packs up and heads for Detroit to stay with his Internet friend Jay, but fate intervenes. 

Brendan Mears lost everything the day the man with a gun came into his father’s store. Now, he’s tethered to a business he can’t manage and a brother who resents him. 

Different in all the ways that matter, Anthony and Brendan struggle to overcome their psychological obstacles, until a crushing betrayal sends them running for cover and each other.

Editor reviews

1 reviews

Solid addition to the series.
This series has been a tough read, emotionally devastating stories that are both heartbreaking and hopeful. This instalment is not as dark as previous books have been, but still provides a very engaging story. The characters are very different, likeable and troubled, my protective instincts kicked in from the start with both Bren and Anthony. These are boys that need to be loved and cared for.
Their relationship is not a typical romance, beginning as a fairly detached physically release, but the emotional side develops quickly as they learn that it is possible to overcome their problems with the right person by their side. 
I liked this story, a lot. It doesn't have the grit of the other books in the series, but it is an enjoyable page turner nonetheless.
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