Without You is an angsty an emotional MM romance standalone by Marley Valentine.
Deacon has always felt like he didn’t fit. Like he never belonged or measured up to his younger brother Rhett. He left his home town to forge a path of his own. Until he returns home after the passing of his brother. Julian was the boy next door and Rhett’s best friend. Until he become so much more.
This is an emotional rollercoaster, a story of grief, loss and unforgettable love. But it’s also one of finding your home. Your happiness even after loss.
Their story is absolute punch to the feels. But in the best possible way. This is my second read of Marley’s work and it’s so easy to get completely enthralled by the characters and the world she creates.
Plus I’m a huge fan of Teddy Hamilton narrating anything, Tim Paige duals this book bringing the characters and emotions to life brilliantly.
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Without You Review
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