Breaking Free (Den Boys #3) by A.T. Brennan
Loved the book, love the series and I adored the characters.
Two broken halves can make a whole with enough work, the right amount of glue and a hefty dose of love.
The two men have both suffered in different ways, this book is about seeing through the pain, moving past the hurt and making a future together.
Whether they will be able to do that is the question.
Kai has lived his life looking after his mum, he works all the hours he can doing jobs that he thinks would lower peoples estimation of his character.
He just hasn't met the right man then because when Zander comes in to his life, he can see past it all and can feel his own walls crumbling.
In 6 years he has never let anyone in. He lost the love of his life and is unwilling to lose again. I can't even begin to imagine his pain, let alone the fact that he thinks he is the reason it happened.
What you do get from this book though is a sense of living right alongside these men, wanting them to find their HEA.
I really liked the way we got to see a glimpse of the other characters from the first two books and catch up with what they've been up to.
Not sure how many more will be in the series but I know I don't want it to end just yet.
5 out of 5 stars.