Now Angelo is the total opposite. Angelo leads a life that is dictated by his illness, and he has good days and bad days, but I think even he doesn’t realise how badly his illness can affect him at times. Sometimes it seems like he is ignoring it, hoping it will go away, which of course it won’t. To try and believe he is fine, he goes to Lovato’s.
This is where Dylan and Angelo meet – However, as soon as Angelo sets eyes on Dylan blindfolded, on hands and knees waiting for him, he feels something deep inside, and feels a yearning to take care of the man before him – an alien feeling for him. Angelo is quite taken by the man in front of him, and the fantasy is wonderful while it lasts.
They do meet again away from Lovato's, but not in the best of circumstances, so they seem doomed before anything really has a chance to start - however, neither men was prepared for the pull they both felt for the other.
But both men have demons to slay - Dylan needs to slay the demon of his lost love, and Angelo needs to accept that his illness will affect his life. On their own this seems impossible, but together this might just be possible, but do they want to, or even stand a chance to try together. Both are very stubborn men, so this journey will not be an easy one.
This book kept me hooked straight away, and even more so when dealing with both Dylans overactive brain, and Angelo's illness. You really couldn't help wanting to reach in and help either one or both of them at some parts through the book. This was a real roller coaster ride, and at the same time, it made me realise that not all illnesses can be seen, but can still be totally life changing.