JULIENby: Ella Frank
Publication Date: June 3rd, 2018
Read Date: June 5th, 2018
Genre: MMM Romance, Adult Fiction
Format: Kindle Edition
People are complex.
Love a double-edged sword.
And when it comes to a broken heart, there are no rules, only time…
For the past eight years, Julien Thornton has been living with a secret. One that only a handful of people know about.
To the outside world, he has it all.
A thriving career. A loving husband. And a face that the American public fell for by the millions, on a reality show that inadvertently saved his life.
But behind the shine of celebrity, behind the easygoing nature, a crippling truth fills Julien with pain and self-loathing. It’s a truth that he fights to overcome daily with the help of his husband, Joel Priestley, and now their boyfriend, Robbie Bianchi.
But unlike Priest, Robbie doesn’t know what he’s helping Julien to fight. He doesn’t know what Julien did all those years ago. And with the anniversary of his sister’s death fast approaching, the time for explanations is running out.
And thus the question: will the princess be able to forgive the prick as the priest once did?
Only time will tell.
Anyways, this book follows the story as it was left in the first book. We just found out a little bomb about Priest, but the important issue is Julien. My book bébé is suffering and his only support is Robbie and Priest. Let me tell you that the story behind Julien’s sister death is sad and my heart goes to him. There so much pain and guilt inside of him that I shed a tear or two, but obviously the Princess in all perfection that he is, made it all better. I adore Robbie, for reals. Now, the last chapters of this book give you an impression that the next book will be the bomb and just because is Ella Frank, I’m sure it will be. I hate that they still are secrets between Julien and Priest towards Robbie, but they will come to light. I just want the best happy ending for these three and obviously more books to come.
My thoughts overall are all over the place. I want more, there are no questions. Would I recommend this series? Hell fucking yeah. Do I think it can become way better than the perfection that it is? I’m sure. Now I am not so patiently waiting for August for my next fix. That’s my piece.