I couldn’t tell what the cover was so, reading, Terry’s comment, I went to look on Amazon. And yes, it’s a beautiful cover – and I might have even bought a paperback just to see it on my book shelves. Think I’d need to be having a very upbeat dasy to read this though. Sounds very dark. Excellent review!
The Man I love would fit into the New Adult genre is it the story of youth, love, romance, tragedy and personal growth into adulthood. It is all that and much more and I expect each reader would get something different from the book.
Erik Fiskare’s father left home when he was small and never once made contact with his son, he left a hole in Erik’s life which Erik strove hard to shut. We meet Erik as he begins college life, he steps into the world of theatre and ballet as part of the back stage technical teams, being a part of the lighting, and scenery.
The moment he looks into the eyes of dancer Daisy Bianco something shifts in Erik’s soul, a meeting of like minds. Daisy is calm in the chaos and is a…
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