In Paradise, there is no television. No fast food. Just long hours of farm work and prayer on a dusty Wyoming ranch, and nights in a crowded bunkhouse. The boys of the Compound are kept far from the sinners’ world.
But Joshua doesn’t need temptation to sin. His whole life, he’s wanted his best friend, Caleb. By day they work side by side. Only when Josh closes his eyes at night can they be together the way he craves.
It can never be. And his survival depends on keeping his terrible desires secret.
Caleb has always protected Josh against the worst of the bullying at the Compound. But he has secrets of his own, and a plan to get away — until it all backfires.
Josh finds himself homeless in a world that doesn’t want him. Can Caleb find him in time? And will they find a place of safety, where he can admit to Josh how he really feels?
Warning: Contains a hot male/male romance, copious instances of taking the Lord's name in vain, and love against the kitchen counter. This book was previously released under the title: In Front of God & Everyone.
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REVIEWI loved this book, so much!
I loved the flawless writing, the fluidity of the story.
This book sucked me in and didn't let me go until I finished it <3
The story focuses on the journey of Caleb and Josh, two young men who leave the prison that is Paradise, a secluded religious cult, in the hope of a new life.
The reader is brought along in their journey of discovery, full of hope, fear and also love.
And obviously, this journey of discovery is not only a life journey, but also a journey as a couple, two men getting to know each other as lovers, and fighting to overcome the mental obstacles caused by their relationship.
I loved how, step after step, they became more and more confident in their new lives, with the help of some amazing people that were there to help them.
I loved both Josh and Caleb, two different people who complete each other. Caleb was the protector of the two, the strong guy, the pillar of the couple, while Josh appeared to be more sensitive, but in fact, when needed, Josh was so strong, so ready to catch a struggling Caleb and bring him to safe grounds.
It was great to read about their everyday life, how they learned to overcome daily problems, struggling in the beginning, but never losing hope.
I've always loved Sarina's writing style, and this book confirms once again her ability to capture her readers hearths, making us lose ourselves in the lives of her characters.