Series: Runaway Home #1.5
Author: Penelope Louleas
Release Date: February 16, 2015
Pierce. He's every woman's fantasy.
Pity he's not interested in women.
Fierce loyalty has meant his own needs have often taken a back seat, until he can’t ignore them any longer. Kissing his playboy bachelor-lifestyle goodbye, he’s ready to give himself to the one.
The only problem is his dream man isn’t so sure.
Done with playing it safe, Pierce goes all out to prove that the love they have for each other isn’t wrong; in fact, nothing has been more right.
But when the object of your affection isn’t so easily convinced, how much of yourself are you willing to compromise for true love?
The fear of falling in love and being rejected, that fear can bring a man to his knees.
It’s not just a broken heart that’s at stake.
I can imagine that being gay isn't easy. There are so many close-minded people out there that will think less of you or judge you because of your sexual preference. Coming out can be hard, but Pierce embraces his sexuallity. Noah doesn't. How do you convince someone that they need to be true to themselves? Obviously, this makes for some extra struggles in a relationship. And it makes a really great read.
I truly enjoyed this story, it had me smiling at different parts, and crying at others. Tears are a sign of a great book to me. It means I am truly connected to the charcters. That's how I felt with Pierce. I got a glimpse of this amazing man in Harbour. His mystery man intrigued me. I couldn't want to find out who it was.
In the end, the book is about finding love. Finally allowing someone in and giving part of yourself to someone else. I loved this story from beginning to end and I look forward to reading more from this author.
Penelope Louleas is an author from Melbourne, Australia. She lives with her husband, young daughter and in late April, 2015, her son will be arriving. Penelope began writing several years ago but only recently decided to try her hand at independent publishing. When she's not writing, Penelope is an avid reader and daydreamer.
Her debut novel, Harbour, was released on May 16th, 2014 and quickly became an Amazon Australia best seller.