They were raised to hate each other, but love has other plans.
When introverted bookworm Orestis escapes his homophobic parents and abusive home for a night out with friends, he meets artist Emir, and the passion between them is instant and explosive. But Orestis is a Greek Cypriot and Emir is Turkish, and neither society nor their families will accept their love. If they want a romance that lasts beyond one fiery, forbidden night, they’ll have to face the backlash.
World of Love: Stories of romance that span every corner of the globe.
I had high hopes for this story. I was really intrigued by the description. From the very beginning I had a hard time with this one. I get that this is a novella so the pace is faster than a full length novel but honestly this took me forever to finish. I didn’t like the writing style and couldn’t connect with either of the characters. The main thing I disliked about this book was ***spoiler***one of the characters repeated cheats on the other. Cheating is a big turn off for me.
I’ve enjoyed other books in this series but this one just wasn’t for me.