Who loves you by Emily AlterAuthor: Emily Alter
Title: Who loves you
Published On: 2 September 2017
Genres: Adult, Adult Romanace, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Love & Romance, M/M, M/M, New Adult, Romance
Publisher: Self-Published
three-half-stars
Pages: 216
Format: eBook
Source: The Author
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For as long as Ben has been a YouTuber, and no matter how successful, he’s never been able to reveal the truth about his past, which seems to keep haunting him every time he tries to move on. His breakup with fellow YouTuber Owen Danniel, and the drama it ensues, don’t help make it better.

 

It's because of an appointment with his primary doctor, and an unfortunate encounter, that his luck may start to change. His name is Julian Yates, he loves cheese, mushrooms, and puts anchovies in his sandwiches for reasons Ben can't begin to fathom.

 

However, Julian has a history too, and things he wished stayed buried and didn't crawl back to haunt him. Revenge porn, and his rather unfortunate response to the huge stir it brought about, don't just go away. It doesn't matter that he's already moved to the other side of the country with his sister, or that his job as a hiking guide gave him the perfect excuse to go unnoticed.

 

When Julian fails to remember what can happen if he’s on camera for one of Ben’s vlogs, they’ll both have to face their biggest, sometimes most irrational fears. Will Ben be true to his word as a hopeless romantic and put Julian's well-being above that of his channel, or will he give up on a relationship that’s barely started? What about Julian? Will he work on the unresolved issues that make him believe he's only good for one thing, or will he clam up at the first sign of rejection?

 

(+80000 words. Contemporary romance. Steamy scenes. HEA.)

 

I received this book for free from The Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

Rating Report
Plot
three-half-stars
Characters
five-stars
Writing
four-stars
Pacing
three-half-stars
Cover
three-stars
Overall: four-stars

I thought this was a good story. I liked the characters. It was a little long for me.