Thursday, 18 January 2018
ARC REVIEW : The Right Way (The Way Home #3) by May Archer
A brilliant, obsessive mind is the heart of Sebastian Seaver’s genius. It might also be the thing that costs him everything he’s created and everyone he’s ever loved. Consumed with the need to destroy Alexei Stornovich, the Russian mob boss who murdered his fiancé and parents, nothing can turn Bas from his plans of revenge until he’s eradicated every last one of them. By any means necessary, and at any cost.
Drew McMann learned early that the key to success is control. Control carried him through law school and helped him keep Seaver Tech together through tragedy. It helped him survive the brutal murder of his sister Amy, his parents’ divorce, and the revelation that the seeds of their destruction had been planted by someone he had considered family. It’s how he’s hidden his love from his best friend Bas for more than half their lives. And now it’s how he’s going save Bas from himself and finally get his family of friends free from Alexei’s clutches. Drew has a plan for everything… Until the kiss.
When Drew loses control one reckless, drunken evening and his true feelings for Bas are revealed, he tries desperately to contain the damage and keep their friendship on track, even as decades of lies and half-truths seek to tear them apart. With Alexei targeting them and their friends, Drew and Bas are forced to rely on each other more than ever. But as danger closes in on them, can they sacrifice their needs for logic and control, and recognize that the only RIGHT way to move forward is the one in which they’re together?
The Right Way by May Archer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I knew it! That there's something 'burning' inside my Bas and Drew!
Two of my favorite names , one book, a long time hidden love and a long time frustration of loving someone without he's knowing it.
Gosh, my poor Drew.
I enjoyed Bas and Drew's earlier relationship, I was kinda wanted to yell at Sebastian, 'Oh, come on Bas, look at him! He loves you!'
Sometimes, 'labels' makes people cannot see what they're seeing in front of them, and Bas is no exception. He didn't 'see' Drew, he didn't see how much he cannot live without Drew beside him. He loves Drew, but 'he's straight, right?.
But I'm glad Sebastian had finally realized that 'his love for Drew' is not a brotherhood or friendship love.
It's love, 'love'. Pure and simple. And he embraced it. This is the kind of love that will last forever.
I enjoyed Drew and Bas so much, complete with their 'adventure', and the cameos!
Bas and Drew are sexy together. So far, they're easily become my favorite couple of this series.
I recommend to read this book in order, to get to know about Cam, Cort, Damon and Cain.
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