Review: Carte Blanche by Nash Summers

Carte Blanche - Nash Summers

Wow, what a suprise this was *sniffs*


Devin was perfect for Jude. Gosh, I can't imagine feeling the way Jude felt for years. Having this severe OCD with social anxiety disorder. He felt so alone.


"I asked about you. Your first and only response was to tell me about your disorder. You aren't your disorder. You told me about all the things you don't like and none of the things you do like. I just find it hard to believe someone like you is completly comprised of dislikes and not a single like."


I loved how patient Devin was with Jude. How he was able to get Jude out of his comfort zone.
But in the end Jude did all the work, he made his world change by taking baby steps and wanting more for his life.



"That was my smile, I decided right then, the one Devin always wore for me. That was the smile that had made me realize that all the most difficult things in life would be worth doing ten times over, just for him."


This story is a free story from Goodreads M/M Romance Group (MM Romance Group - Love Landscapes 2014)


Picture and prompt;


Close-up of two men, both in monochromatic blues and high-contrast lighting. The man on the left is showing his side profile with his eyes closed, pressing his forehead to the other man’s cheek. The man on the right is looking toward the viewer with striking, blue eyes





Dear Author,


I’ve never needed anyone. People are a vulnerability I don’t need or want. But then there was him. I couldn’t get him out of my head, he was a distraction I didn’t need. No matter how much I pushed him away, he kept coming back. One kiss and I know I’ll never let him go.







Genre: contemporary
Tags: disabilities, mental illness, hurt/comfort, slow burn, tearjerker, self-growth
Word Count: 20,270

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