Heartsong by A.E. Wasp

 


Release Date: 05.10.2021



Synopsis:


Sean Anderson has spent his life waiting to get the hell out of West Virginia. His plans got derailed when his dad shipped him off to “pray the gay away,” but he’s over it, ready to prove that he’s a grown-ass man who can take care of himself. Of course, he’d have a better chance convincing himself if he could stop lusting after his grumpy roommate.

Army veteran Cooper Hill returned to Vermont minus one leg and one career, but determined to build a new life. When an army buddy asks Cooper to keep an eye on his nephew, a junior at the local college, Cooper can’t say no. He’s expecting a sheltered kid. What he gets is a gorgeous young man whose brilliant poetry gives voice to everything Cooper’s been trying to express. He wants Sean more than he’s ever wanted anything. And somehow, miraculously, Sean wants him too.

But wanting each other isn’t the same as being good for each other . . . especially when past pain threatens to write its own verse in their song.


Review:



Heartsong is a beautiful story of self discovery, self acceptance and love.
I was sucked in from the start and at the end I was completely in love with this story and these characters.

Sean Johnson is a young man, he feels overwhelmed by the judging glances and comments of his fellow towners, so he decides to move from his little town in West Virginia to Burlington, Vermont. Here he meets his uncle former comrades, Cooper Hill, who will host him while he attends college. They instantly feel an attraction but living together and Sean lack of dating experience put the breaks on this physical relationship.

I loved the chemistry between Cooper and Sean, but I loved even more the sensitivity that Cooper shows with Sean, he understands the younger one so well and he never pushes his limits.

I definitely recommend to read this book, it will touch your heart.






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