Author: Anyta Sunday
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: Natasha Snow
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 05/27/2012
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Contemporary, M/M Romance
William needs to learn to think before he speaks. He accidentally outed his last boyfriend to his bigoted family. Looking to make a new start, he escapes to the most distant place he can think of: New Zealand. There he boards with a substitute mom and her too-hot-to-be-real son, Heath, but Heath and his homophobic friend Rory want William to leave before things “crash and burn,” whatever that means.
Unfortunately, traveling to the end of the world isn’t far enough for William to lose his runaway mouth.
But is it far enough to lose his loneliness?
I have to admit that William is probably my least favorite story in this series. That being said, I still enjoyed it quite a bit.
I think this story was at a disadvantage for me because I went into the story disliking both Will and Heath on principle. By the end of the story, however, Sunday had changed my mind about them as individuals and as a couple.
We first met Will in st-st-stuffed. He is the ex who outed Karl to his family. He is definitely a speak first think later type individual. We all know what kind of trouble that can get one into.
Heath we met in the short Get It. He is the love interest for Benny (who we get to see briefly in William) before he finds his happily ever after. Heath is a bit of a prick in that short, so I was happy to find I actually liked the guy after a while in this installment.
This installment is probably the heaviest of the four main stories. It deals with some heady topics — including grief, depression, loneliness, and homelessness. Heath and Will are great together, however. They are good for each other, despite their auspicious beginnings.
If you are enjoying the series, this is not an installment you can miss. It sets up book four beautifully. It could easily be read without the first 2.5 books.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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