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3.75 stars Six part series, UGH This was a slow moving book with a lot of details and it didn t pick up until three quarters of the way through the book, then it leaves you hanging like a kitty Literally, with claws running down a curtain wondering, should I purchase the rest of the series Sorry, just not my cup of tea for Fivebook s that were not that long I personally would not recommend this book due to the length and cliffhangers No happy reading here folks This rating reflects the genius and originality of the back alley scene and overlooks the degree to which I felt the choice of writing style for this piece sustained an emotional distance for readers Some phrases held sentimental disclosures, such as building a future with the man I love is not much to ask of the world, really but i know it s a lot to ask of you Also, a kiss like this would lead to pleasure, when Dean would pull him apart with reverence and press him back together with l This rating reflects the genius and originality of the back alley scene and overlooks the degree to which I felt the choice of writing style for this piece sustained an emotional distance for readers Some phrases held sentimental disclosures, such as building a future with the man I love is not much to ask of the world, really but i know it s a lot to ask of you Also, a kiss like this would lead to pleasure, when Dean would pull him apart with reverence and press him back together with love As another example, the look in Dean s eyes right now makes him feel like the only man in the world Dean wants to look at Despite such lines coming from Adam s perspective, the POVs did not feel balanced, and the places where present tense cropped up like this felt jarring.Other lines seemed heavy with underexplained significance Dean observesThis is where his life truly beganYet we are never told, exactly, what his security firm did or how he could return to the industry as a convicted felon And Adam s background in Belford pertaining to family is nonexistent.Several lines scattered throughout the latter portion of the story mention Adam s ex husband, Lewis If same sex marriage was only legalized in the few two years, and Dean refers to this as Adam s ex, implying prior to Dean s five year prison sentence and their own coupling, the time appears misaligned.When Carson has Dean allude to the emotional intensity which burns between Dean and Adam as including a painful conflict, bordering on hate it feels less than compelling, the examples are too indirect or perhaps limited by Dean s point of view, which only ever acknowledged the want and desire to reunite And, finally, that enforced distance from lines that gloss over opportunities for multidimensionality She s growing up quickly He doesn t like how much of her life he s missed This is particularly noticeable in the initial scene in the chip shop Adam is breaking the hug, hurrying away Dean s eyes are misty as he watches adam walk out the door without looking back Where is the inner turmoil and churning thoughts I keep reading Caron s works because there s so much to enjoy, but the choices of tense and POV were poor in this one 2.5 stars.I liked the premise of this but ended up coming back to GR to see if I d missed a prequel There was lots of information tossed at the reader through narration, thoughts, or random conversations that were kind of vital to the plot but felt like an afterthought It would have been much better particularly if you HAVE to serialise your stories to spread this out with another two or even three episodes so as to give the readerof a stake in the MCs relationship As it was, I was 2.5 stars.I liked the premise of this but ended up coming back to GR to see if I d missed a prequel There was lots of information tossed at the reader through narration, thoughts, or random conversations that were kind of vital to the plot but felt like an afterthought It would have been much better particularly if you HAVE to serialise your stories to spread this out with another two or even three episodes so as to give the readerof a stake in the MCs relationship As it was, I was kind of leaning toward wanting Adam to chuck Dean over for Jamie See Coming Home Episode Four for review I really liked the characters and I m anxious to see what happens or doesn t happen between Dean and Adam This was too short for me to really get into it, had it been longer I think it would have been way better because I hate books that just stop and leave you hanging that badly. Gripping So muchthan I expected &Free ⇩ Coming Home: Episode One ⇲ After a five year stretch in prison, Dean has his freedom back but it s not what matters to him All he cares about is finding the love of his life and picking up where they left off Except the love of his life Adam isn t so welcoming He took losing Dean too hard and he s spent the past few years trying to recover Seeing Dean again threatens to undo all his hard work and he can t risk it, shouldn t risk it, no matter how desperate he is to feel Dean s touch on him again