Review: Sean Michael – Out of the Past

1959011Author: Sean Michael
Reviewer: Vivian
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Genre:M/M Contemporary
ISBN: 9781615813919

Rating: ★★★☆☆ 

Summary:
Ten years after a terrible car accident left carpenter Andy Johnson dead, Steven Billings has yet to move on. Though he’s put aside his art to run his family’s foundation—just like his parents always wanted—Steven has never been able to put Andy and the love they shared behind him.

Except Andy’s not dead. And after a long, agonizing recovery—alone—Andy has come to hate Steven, believing Steven abandoned him when things got tough. When a chance encounter at a bar throws them back together again, it’s like the dead have come back to life and the past has come back to haunt them both.
Review:
Steven’s hoping for a night out and a distraction. What he finds is a ghost.

Andy can’t believe who walked into his regular bar, and oblivious even when the guy’s hitting on him. Past can be a hard thing to let go of, especially when you’re carrying its legacy.

After ten years, they come together pretty quick, but if you buy the true love, well, then it never dies. Both Andy and Steven haven’t been the same since the accident, though Andy’s had the hard road.

A lot of loving, cherishing, and needing as one expects from a Michael book. Once they find they’re way back together again there’s no separating them. No conflict to speak of, but the hurt/comfort of reconnecting and acknowledging Andy’s wounds is all love and validation.

Overall, a soothing salve where love makes life better.
Steven’s hoping for a night out and a distraction. What he finds is a ghost.

Andy can’t believe who walked into his regular bar, and oblivious even when the guy’s hitting on him. Past can be a hard thing to let go of, especially when you’re carrying its legacy.

After ten years, they come together pretty quick, but if you buy the true love, well, then it never dies. Both Andy and Steven haven’t been the same since the accident, though Andy’s had the hard road.

A lot of loving, cherishing, and needing as one expects from a Michael book. Once they find they’re way back together again there’s no separating them. No conflict to speak of, but the hurt/comfort of reconnecting and acknowledging Andy’s wounds is all love and validation.

Overall, a soothing salve where love makes life better.

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