Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Book Review: On Higher Ground

Title: On Higher Ground

Author: Melissa Collins


Genre: MM Contemporary

Vice: PTSD, Children, Tattoos, Sequel

Rating: 5 Stars

Lock this book up: 4 keys…this is a sexy, romantic read.

Length: Novel

Satisfaction: HEA

Cover Impressions: I love it.  Fits perfectly with the first.

Best Line: Love is love, and family is family.

Synopsis: When there’s no peace after war…
When there’s no solace after death…
When there’s only pain and suffering…
Anxiety and loss…
All you can hope to find is something more…
Something that makes you whole and complete
Something that puts you
On Higher Ground

Impressions: I loved book 1, and I was eagerly awaiting this sequel.  It was great to catch up with Dax, Beck, Violet and the rest of their extended family.  In this sequel, we see Dax still struggling with his PTSD, but also making huge strides in his work.  Beck is developing as a father for Violet, and together with Dax, they form a family. 

It was wonderful to see these men grow and to observe their love deepening and growing.  You will definitely get the most out of this novel after reading the first book.  The secondary characters in book 1 continue their support and love of these guys and their new family.

Beck is struggling to deal with the reemergence of his father, and he is juggling his worry for Dax, is care for Violet, and his expanding business.  This is a book about growth, love and family, and I loved every second of it.

All I can say as a final thought is I hope we get more Micah!