“Sometimes There’s Stars” by Suki Fleet

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One lost soul graffiti artist. The sweetest boy ever. Will they save each other or go down in flames?

Echo is a brilliant artist but he’s not a good bet. He’s running from a suspended sentence and trying to pay off a debt that’s about to cripple him, literally. When he gets involved with a drug gang, his life goes from bad to worse. Until he meets Peri.

Peri is like sunshine. He’s innocence and good things—he’s home. Spending time with Peri is saving Echo’s life in so many ways. Peri teaches him sign language, teaches him the important things in life don’t always need words to express them. And more than that, Peri shows him how even the most broken heart can heal.

But Echo is trouble and he wants to save Peri from getting hurt. If only falling in love wasn’t so bloody impossible to stop.

If you like lost boys being found and love redeeming even the most hopeless of situations, you’ll love Sometimes There’s Stars.

review

So. Much. Excite. I couldn’t wait for this book. A new Suki story? Yes, please!! I’ve spent a fair amount of time submerged in their worlds and I automatically brace myself every time I open a new story. The promise of extraordinary characters stealing my heart is a given but the circumstances are never predictable. This particular instance only took me until 13% and I was overcome with a surge of emotions, left wonderstruck before it barely began. I don’t know how Suki does it, but they present their best new couple every time. Peri and Echo…where do I start? How do I explain what they have? Or what they are to each other? I can’t. But I will try and give you some reasons to give them a chance. But first, let me tell you a bit about the boys.

Peri never gives up. Never. Doesn’t even consider the idea of quitting. I think it’s because he’s so full of light, that he simply…can’t. It’s impossible for him to sink. Bright and bubbly, his heart and soul break free from his body for all to see. Opening up so thoroughly leaves him vulnerable. Many don’t understand him but Echo looks into his eyes and can see all the way through. He may appear innocent but his gentle exterior holds a warrior not many are privileged enough to know.
Echo is another fighter but his battles are different. He’s a protector and guardian, selflessly putting others first. In doing so, he’s sacrificed his own safety and security and starts to slide down a slippery slope of doom. He can’t seem to stop and although he wants Peri with every cell in his body, he can’t risk pulling him down too. If only he can find a way to have Peri while shielding him at the same time. Turns out this time, he might need someone to save him.

They have a connection second to none. A blinding bond so absolute, nothing could shatter it. Well, it’s tested but rest assured it stands true. I can’t wait for you to meet Milly and Marie. I wonder what you’ll make of Juliette and Etienne? I know what you’ll think of Paul and Jane. But most of all, I’m so eager for you to fall with Peri and Echo. I can guarantee this tale of two hearts bound by pure love will take your breath away and leave you searching the heavens above on a cloudless night.

This may be for you if you love a story that grabs onto your heart with an iron grip.
This may be for you if you enjoy young love, first love, and forever love.
This may be for you if you melt when words are exchanged without…words.
This may be for you if you dare to gamble on the dark horse with a heart of gold.
And this definitely for you if you want to discover more about the boy who is bottled sunshine personified.

 

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Lost souls find their heartmate and instantly recognize one another. A stark reminder that life isn’t always fair or easy. And a heartfelt and heartwrenching story that will remain with you long after you finish the sensational ending.

 

bookisforIf you haven’t had the pleasure of experiencing Fleet’s trademark young love, this is a perfect place to start. I have no doubt Peri and Echo will leave their mark on your heart. I’m happy and proud to add another Fleet scar to mine…for some scars are special.

 

bookinfo

TITLE: Sometimes There’s Stars
AUTHOR: Suki Fleet
PUBLISHER: Stars & Ink Press
LENGTH: 250 pages
RELEASE DATE: August 14, 2020
BUY LINKS: Amazon, Amazon UK

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