Title: More Than Words (More Than Anything #2)
Author Name & Publisher: T.T. Kove (Less Than Three Press)
Publication Date & Length: August 12, 2015 – 299 pgs
Alex has had about all he can take. He doesn’t want to keep enduring one misery after another. All he has to do is clean out his locker, take his stuff home, and then he can bring it all to an end.
But then a random jerk crashes into him, sends his belongings scattering across the floor, and Alex is helped unexpectedly by Andreas. Unexpected because Andreas is friends with the school bullies, who are no small part of the misery that has driven Alex to the breaking point.
Andreas, however, seems nothing like his friends. He’s kind, doesn’t seem to mind all the things about Alex that drive so many others away. When he also turns out to be bisexual, it seems far too good to be true, and Alex is torn between trusting that good things can happen and the certainty it only exists to be torn away.
I really loved this story. It was about self discovery, learning to love yourself, finding your family and wraps up with a great romance.
Alex and Andreas are an awesome couple. I love how Andreas, right away, stands up for what he believes in. He is not afraid to take that stand and show everyone he means business. Alex, on the other hand took some getting used to. I had a slight issue with what he chose to live for – I felt he needed to do more self discovery rather than use Andreas as such a crutch, however, in the end, I did end up liking his view. It seemed he came around to understand that he had made it just as much as everyone around him had helped him. I also really liked how despite Alex’s reservations about Andreas, he didn’t immediately shut him down.
Then you have Leo, whom I really came to like – even if he somewhat abandoned Alex, Sarah, who was both feisty and loyal and even Glenn, who you can’t help but feel sorry for.
Overall this was a great story about learning to love yourself, accepting yourself and learning what love really is.
I really hope that Glenn, Jorgen and Leo get stories too.
I enjoyed this book so much more than the first in the series. The writing was excellent and I loved Alex and Andreas. I immediately connected with them. The love between them was perfectly written. What Alex went through at home and how he was able to overcome that type of upbringing shows how strong he’s become.
I loved Thomas, how he opened his heart and home to anyone in need. To me the ending was kind of abrupt, even though the ending of book 1 went a little further. Hopefully there will be another book in this series.
I gave this book a 4.5 stars rating because (even though it was not the MC’s) I can’t stand cheating, even though I realize it happens in real life. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone.
I really liked this book.. I loved Andreas and Alex, they were so sweet together. I loved the way Andrea treated Alex, so protective and caring. From the beginning you could feel like they belonged together. The author pulled me in from the start of this book and I could not put it down. I know I felt like the first book in this series was a little to descriptive in parts. This one I did not feel that at all. I would definitely recommend this book. All together a very good book!
Author of gay romance. Mostly contemporary, with some other genres thrown in here and there.