Series: Skins: Book Four
Author: Garrett Leigh
Publisher: Amazon/Kindle Unlimited
Length: 118 Pages
Category: Contemporary, Holiday Romance
At a Glance: Recommended for fans of this series. I don’t think that it can be read as a standalone because you would be a bit lost, but it’s a great way to say goodbye to these characters.
Reviewed By: Ky
Blurb: Angelo Giordano and Dylan Hart are more in love than ever, but their reality is far from ideal. With Dylan working in London, and Angelo recovering from chronic illness in Cornwall, they rarely spend more than few nights under the same sky.
Dylan is struggling. Being apart from Angelo is killing him, and he’s at the end of his rope. Angelo can’t live in London anymore, but can Dylan give up his whole life and move to a place that often feels like the end of the world?
As the end of a tough year approaches, they reach a crossroads. Dylan returns to Cornwall for Christmas and Angelo can’t imagine watching him leave again. Can the love that surrounds them on Whisper Farm show them the way home?
Review: Crossroads is a nice epilogue to the Skins series. It’s a holiday read and even though it focuses on Angelo and Dylan and their plans for the future, it also features the rest of the couples and what they have been up to. I don’t think that it can be read as a standalone because you would be a bit lost, but it’s a great way to say goodbye to these characters.
Angelo and Dylan are at a crossroads in their lives, and they have to make some important decisions about their future. The three couples are staying at the farm for the holidays, their days are as busy as always and there are some changes ahead for all of them.
Except for THE scene that takes place here, we also get to see Angelo dance for a little while and transform to the dancer he used to be before his body set limits for him. Dylan is supportive and caring, but he has to think about the future and what is best for both of them, and what he wants out of it.
I think my favorite character is Joe, because there are so many layers to him. I like how he is different with everyone but Harry. How Joe softens around him.
A little warning, the actual story ends at 66%, and the rest of the space is dedicated to excerpts from other books. I don’t particularly like it when this happens, but I was lucky to have read it in another review, so at least I knew what to expect.
Recommended for fans of this series.
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