The Way Inside

The Way Inside After living through an explosion that killed his friends and lover Joe has a fear of being indoors He s only calm when he has the open sky over his head Unable to be inside he lives his life on the

  • Title: The Way Inside
  • Author: E.M. Leya
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After living through an explosion that killed his friends and lover, Joe has a fear of being indoors He s only calm when he has the open sky over his head Unable to be inside, he lives his life on the streets, making the most out of what he has Austin loves his job as a landscaper, never regretting walking away from the family business His work is his life, especiallyAfter living through an explosion that killed his friends and lover, Joe has a fear of being indoors He s only calm when he has the open sky over his head Unable to be inside, he lives his life on the streets, making the most out of what he has Austin loves his job as a landscaper, never regretting walking away from the family business His work is his life, especially after his boyfriend cheated on him and left him with his confidence and ego in ruin A chance meeting brings Joe and Austin together and the attraction is instant With both unable to deny the chemistry they feel, they are both faced with confronting their worst fears if they want to explore what is happening between them When events risk forcing them apart, they must decide how deep the emotions they share go, and decide if what they have is strong enough to overcome the phobias that they ve clung to for so long.

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    1. *** In keeping with the series theme of overcoming obstacles, we have Joe, a veteran with scars and his debilitating PTSD, that prevents him from going indoors. It stems from the explosion in a building where he, his team and boyfriend were. He's been going to therapy and does the best he can. In need of something to do, he volunteers to help the landscapers. It's Dereck and Rodney's yard renovation that he meets Landscaper, Austin. Immediately the men each feel the pull of need. Yes, it is love [...]

    2. 2.5 StarsOMG, this was sooooo forkin' long! Could have shaved off about 100 pages or more. I was actually looking forward to Joe's book, but he kind of pissed me off. Austin was so understanding and I really liked him.

    3. I love this series completely! The moment I finished this book I went back on my kindle app to see if part 8 was out.This book was great I love that Joe found his happily ever after BUT this man quite frustrated me throughout this Story. He found unconditional love, patience and trust in Austin and he kept questioning it. The fact that he almost gave all of that up made me ALMOST stop reading the book.I loved how the book ended another great read in this series. Please continue I need to know ki [...]

    4. Can be read as a standalone.Not my favorite in the series but still good. Just Jo pissed me off (I'm awful), the endless repeat off "I tried everything things, nothing works" yeah, no, you didn't tried EVERY things. There is this thing called medication. Maybe it could have helped, maybe not but not trying feels like a statement that mental illness is not a real illness. It rub me the wrong way.But overall I liked the story. I'm happy that it doesn't end so freaking perfect. That he isn't magica [...]

    5. What a great series!This a new Author for me, I really this Rags to Riches series, E.M.Leya has a way with dealing with everyday issues,keep up the good work!

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