Wednesday, 14 June 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Detour by Sid Love

Austin Reyes works as a bartender to support his ailing mother in a small town called Eaton. But his life takes a horrible turn when his boss’ son, Caleb, arrives in town and forces himself upon Austin. There is no end to Caleb’s lustful intentions. Austin leaves Eaton and flees to Denver to start a new life when his mother commits suicide after succumbing to depression. There, he meets Dylan Carver.

Dylan is out and proud. He’s also a well-known actor in the porn industry. When haters damage his car, Austin, now homeless and destitute, is injured and Dylan helps him. In the immediate aftermath, Dylan develops more than a passing interest for Austin, and, though they part ways, chance meetings never stop.

Austin lets Dylan in on the secret about his past, but soon realizes that the man who looked so happy on the outside, has his own baggage. Unbeknownst to them, someone is plotting to get Austin killed.

Even while surrounded by danger, Austin and Dylan’s relationship takes a detour that was always meant to be. Will this detour be Dylan’s undoing? Will Austin finally come to terms with his mother’s suicide and follow his own truth? Or will their lives implode?

The story revolves around the protagonist Austin Reyes, who is a scared, lonely, young man of twenty-two, living in the small town of Eaton. Though he is mature,he is unable to fight with anyone.Caleb who is must stronger then Austin try to use the situation and raped him. Austin 
couldn’t do anything to save myself from him. He was feared losing his job,he wasn’t happy. It happened not only twice,thrice but many times at night.A lifeless toy in a child’s 
hands, saying nothing, doing nothing, and feeling nothing.

Next comes Dylan in his life. Both of them have secrets.He tries to help Austin.The other part of the story revolves around them. Will their relationship sustain ? 

There is a mixed feeling when you read this book. 
The characters are well developed. 

I will rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

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