Iceland, Stonehenge, London, Paris….
To the casual observer, it looks like a dream trip. For Tate O’Reilly, it’s anything but. He’s a man on a mission to rectify a critical mistake, and there’s nothing to hold him back—certainly not friends or family. For Tate, it all comes down to one simple thing—he must fix what he has broken.
What he doesn’t count on is meeting Gabriel Carillo. Gabriel is kind, mysterious, and seems to be on his own mission to ensure their paths keep crossing. But Tate’s hiding an awfully big secret—one he’s certain even Gabriel can’t forgive.
Holy cow, that was an emotional roller coaster.
Tate, you knew from the get go he’d screwed up, and you knew from the hints and double talk through out the book that we are not getting the whole story. But we actually don’t find out the whole tale until the end. It was nicely played out.
Gabriel, a man of mystery even to the end as far as I could tell. We get his story but only glossed over. This is defiantly Tate’s book. But we get enough that we know Gabriel would understand about the trauma that Tate is feeling.
I enjoyed how Tate was able to latch on to someone and share these feeling and hopeful start to heal. But maybe it was the combination of Gabriel and his friends that really helped the process along.
My first time with this author, and I’ll be sure to look them up again. But if they are all as emotional then it will have to be a special day for reading. Those kinds of tears are not for public viewing.