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Length: 55,000 words approx.
He comes across a group of kids in the same predicament, braving the streets of Seattle due to circumstances beyond their control. Lost souls who’ve slipped through the cracks of the broken systems society forced them into. Yet they still offer what little they have to him, including their home.
As time moves on, darkness surrounds him and when one of their own fall’s victim to the streets, Jamie wonders if there’s anything left worth living for. When his savior appears out of nowhere, he finds it hard to believe its real because he knows he’s not worth loving.
This is Jamie’s story from the #1 Amazon Bestselling book, Greyson Fox.
Sexual and physical abuse by church and family members, cheating, drug usage, prostitution and thoughts of suicide. Flashbacks of the abuse are present throughout this book. These are the opinions of the characters and in no way reflect the author.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was curious about Jamie and Butch in the previous book, Greyson Fox.
Forgive Me Father is a heartbreaking story about Jamie, Greyson and Daniel's best friend.
It was started with Jamie when he was a kid. My heart was bleeding for what he had been through.
Jamie's life was a torture before he met Marcus and Daniel, his savior (really).
After what happened to him (many times), finally Jamie started to arrange his life to be a better life. But not without any twist, even when he's actually feeling safe with Daniel and Marcus (no, there's no polyamorous relationship, Jamie is purely Daniel and Marcus's foster little brother ).
Then came Butch, and Jamie's life getting better with that man in his life.
Life happens, but what happened in the previous book came into this story again. I had to 'see' what happened to Marcus and then Daniel.
This should be easily a five stars, but near the end I felt like a downhill when the story from the previous book written again. Not that I expected.
But overall, this one is a better one than Greyson Fox.
But prepare for the warning!
Trigger Warnings: Rape, abuse, gay bashing, child abuse, drug use, death.
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