Thursday, November 23, 2017

Snowcroft Restoration by Christi Snow [Review]

 Snowcroft Restoration by Christi Snow
Snowcroft Restoration (Snowcroft Men #4) by Christi Snow
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for review
Date read: November 7, 2017

Snowcroft Men
1. Snowcroft Lost
2. Snowcroft Safehouse
3. Intertwined Hearts
4. Snowcroft RestorationKindle

Christi Snow
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Two years ago, Law Wyman went undercover for an FBI investigation that went sideways. It cost him both the love of his life and his sanity. The nightmare still haunts him, and so does some unfinished business...Ian Mayne, the son of the man who ruined his life.

Two years ago, Ian had to face the truth about how his father spent a lifetime torturing and trafficking LGBTQ teens. Ever since, Ian has done everything he can to make up for his dead father’s many sins through his law enforcement job. Too many paid in horrific, horrible ways at his father’s hands while Ian kept the truth about his own sexuality hidden.

Law is doing all he can to save Ian, but Ian has no idea about Law’s history with his dead father. When the truth comes out, it could cost them both everything.

Two men...both horrifically haunted by what happened. Is it possible they can find healing together? Only if they have the courage to face their demons and each other...
Thoughts on Snowcroft Restoration: At long last, we get Law's story. The poor man who was tortured and abused while undercover and who saw his love die is a little broken. But, then, so is Ian. Ian might *think* he's not, but he also suffered at the hands of his father just like Law did.

Only Law's suffering was condensed into a three week period while Ian's was more subtle but went on for years.

Given the circumstances, you wouldn't think they'd be perfect for one another. BUT THEY WERE. Not that Law would have done anything about it if he hadn't been faced with Ian shaking his booty on stage every night while undercover on his own mission...you know what? This is getting complicated.

Let's just say that Ian is determined to help those he can after spending his early years being willfully blind to what his father was doing. Law needs a kick in the pants to realize he's been living a half-life since his partner died. Together, they work.

Throw in some danger, a murderous motorcycle club, and some serious PTSD, and you have the recipe for a heartfelt romance. YES, I FELT IT IN MY HEART. Which is in no way proof I actually have a heart, thankyouverymuch. It's a good book. Just go with it.

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