Dallas Muller has everything he never expected he’d have. He owns a successful motorbike mechanic shop in Newcastle, and he’s madly in love with his boyfriend of four years, Justin Keith.
Justin has always struggled to find where he fit in, never realising his true worth or what it means to be loved—until he met Dallas. Living and working together might be too much for some, but Dallas and Justin wouldn’t have it any other way.
When a terrible accident tears their world apart, Justin’s left with no memory of Dallas or their relationship. Trying to put the pieces back together is almost impossible when some pieces are blank and some are missing altogether. Dallas has to let Justin find his own way back to him and just hope that their love will light the way.
Yes, when it takes me no time at all to go through a book, it sure is a winner. And it was exactly like that for me. Granted, I enjoyed most of the books from N.R. Walker that I read, and this series is looking very good for me. And I’m really looking forward to get the other 2 books. As usual with this author, it’s a story divided into 3 instalments and I’m hooked.
The blurb summarizes very well what it’s all about and this instalment is about Justin’s accident, the first weeks he spends at the hospital discovering the extent and implications of all his injuries and his first week back to the place that is the home he has no recollection of.
It’s narrated from Dallas’s POV, ie Justin’s companion, both in life and in work. And this suited me very well because it enhanced the fear, the uncertainties, the pain Dallas is going through and also the strength of his love for Justin.
- It’s sad
”That’s the hardest part. It’s not just losing the memories. I lost the feelings as well, and I want that back.“
- but also hopeful with enough light to counteract the angst
”Oh my God, (…) you get to watch Game of Thrones for the first time, all over again (…) and we can re-watch every sporting grand final for the last five years. Footy, ice hockey, surfing world championships…the list is endless.“
- with MCs who are determined to face the physical and psychological effects of this accident. I loved both Dallas, for his unwavering support despite the hurt he feels, and Justin, for his courage through the pain and his benevolence, and rooted for them.
Yes, I was totally immersed in this story and am eagerly looking forward to the rest of Dallas and Justin’s journey.
ARC of “Pieces of you” was generously provided by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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