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It presents a father struggling to engage with his wife and family and the various ways in which he lets his community down while he wallows in self-pity. The humor is a little goofy, too -- the majority of the laughs here seem to come from seeing a man dressed up as a woman in makeup and heels -- and doing it badly -- or seeing a grown man deal with the discomfort of suddenly inhabiting the body of the teenage boy who happens to be dating his daughter. That sometimes lightens the mood, but the implausibility factor is high in this context, and the time our protagonist spends inhabiting other perspectives isn't always long or nuanced enough to get a real sense for how he's transformed by it.

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Watch or buy. Based on 1 review. Kids say No reviews yet Add your rating. I'm so tired of the same ol' privileged characters. Kiss Me Again is a beautiful, compelling story of hope. I loved everything about it and can't recommend it enough. One of my favorite books of View 2 comments. This is a beautiful, compelling story if not a joyful one. Aidan shatters his leg in an accident that should have killed him. While recovering in the hospital, he meets Ludo. Wild, unpredictable, Ludo has bipolar disorder. When he's Yellow manic , he thinks he can fly and he falls. The voices of the MCs are distinct, with Ludo's narration feeling almost like stream of consciousness, appropriate considering how his brilliant mind works.

The relationship develops at once slowly and frantically. The This is a beautiful, compelling story if not a joyful one. The men begin to rely on one another almost immediately, but both struggle with demons past and present. Gorgeous, evocative writing and a hopeful ending seal the deal.

Leigh's books are not always my cuppa, but I liked this one a great deal. May 26, Cadiva rated it it was amazing. When I read a Garrett Leigh romance I know my emotions and my brain will be put through the ringer. However, I also know that, ultimately, I will be left with such an overwhelming sense of hope once the story is done. Her books depict life in all its many shades, there is harshness but there is also joy.

This one is one of her best imho, it takes a truly complex medical condition - that of bipolar - and not only never sugarcoats the manic highs and scary lows, but also treats Ludo, and how it affe When I read a Garrett Leigh romance I know my emotions and my brain will be put through the ringer. This one is one of her best imho, it takes a truly complex medical condition - that of bipolar - and not only never sugarcoats the manic highs and scary lows, but also treats Ludo, and how it affects every aspect of his life, with respect.

There are moments in this when I wanted to shout at Aiden to warn him that Ludo was falling, moments when I wanted to hug Aiden because he was so determined to be the best help he could. The scenes in the hospital when the two first meet are among the finest Garrett has written.

The disorientation, the fears, the pain, the connection, the start of something beautiful, is all laid out with such clarity. There wasn't a bit of this book that didn't work for me and I love how it's also linked with a loose thread to her Dreams series. Ludo is Angelo's cousin and while there is no reunion in this book, I'd love for Aiden and Ludo to take a trip down to Joe's farm and visit with the gang.

Another brilliant addition to the catalogue of exemplary works from this author. ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review. View all 5 comments. Jun 14, Ariana rated it it was amazing Shelves: lgbtq , ku. And what a fab book it is! Two guys: both living in loneliness, bereft of human contact, barely coping with life as it is.

Aiden: "Aiden is all sharp edges and deflective defence. Rude and snappy. Supposedly indifferent and uncaring towards other people. But when you hear his story, you totally get why he is like that. And there are quite a few little things he does showing that he does care about others!

More kudos to the author here! When Aiden and Ludo meet in hospital something happens neither expects — they form a bond, a connection, as if their souls recognize each other and understand how the other one works because they have gone through similar things. Writing this, I know it sounds weird. Or silly. Or unlikely and over the top. But this is how it felt to me.

And it is really well written. This gentle bond, the friendship that grows between them and encourages conversation, touch and affection. Something neither man has a lot of experience with. And it changes both of them … for the better. I think this is my favourite part in this book — how each man alone is desperate and struggling, but together they blossom and develop into better people because caring for another person does that to you.

The insecurity each man faces about getting involved in a relationship, about falling in love is enormous, the anxiety attached to it all phenomenal. But they do get there, they do find each other, lean on each other without losing the sight of reality. Pain is still real. Black is still black. Two lovely, complex characters, fabulous character development and beautiful writing. View all 8 comments. Not my favorite Garrett Leigh. Heavier than some of her more recent reads.

But I also seem to be in a reading slump. Wasn't bad, just didn't seem to hold my attention. View all 11 comments. Jun 16, Ky rated it it was amazing Shelves: slow-burn , arc , read Amazing story! Review soon It's a heartwarming story about two lonely men finding acceptance and the the joy of life in each other. Aidan has spend his whole life alone and he likes it that way. The only company he needs are the trees he works to save. When he's on top of one he's serene and the happiest he thinks he'll ever be.

He spends his days working and his nights drinking and he doesn't want to change Amazing story! He spends his days working and his nights drinking and he doesn't want to change a thing. A nasty fall from a tree though will drive him to the hospital and in the bed opposite the most intriguing man he's ever set eyes on. Ludo has learned to stay away from people because he knows no one will stick around once they truly see him. He was diagnosed with bipolar many years ago and is trying to manage it with the sole help of professionals and no support system of his own.

His family abandoned him long ago and he doesn't have any friends so he has to depend on his doctors to make him better when he falls and on himself to realize when he is about to fall. Ludo and Aidan's relationship is a slow burn. While they were both in the hospital they started to seek each other out and spend time together.

They came to care about the other and try to help any way they could. A few months after they got out of the hospital and didn't know how to contact each other, they meet again by chance. Their attraction is still there and they continue with the friendship that started many months ago. Their connection is based on understanding and acceptance. They're both most comfortable away from society so that works well for them spending time together. Aidan gets Ludo in ways no one has before, he let's him speak, he listens to him, he isn't afraid of what he might do and he doesn't shy away from the reality of Ludo's condition.

However, Aidan only knows what little Ludo told him and what the results of a few internet searches gave him about bipolar so he isn't fast enough to catch Ludo the first time he starts to fall after they got together. Those chapters were the strongest ones in the book. The dual point of view worked amazingly well there, as we got to see the events both from Aidan's clear mind and through Ludo's manic - at the time - one.

It was also kind of terrifying to be inside his head during those times. The speed with which he made decisions only to abandon them shortly after for something else was frightening. A phrase in the book about those times will stay with me for a long time: "It's a lonely place to be. I liked getting to know him and I liked even more that from now on he's going to have Aidan to spend his life with, accept him and help him when he needs it the most.

A special mention is needed for Bella, Ludo's golden retriever, who had the most adorable way of sleeping. I think she was part of his treatment even if he didn't realise it when he got her. She gave him courage and made him be more careful with himself since he had Bella depending on his well-being. She was a great supporting character.

As I said at the beginning, this story is a slow burn and a very nicely done one. Aidan and Ludo take their time and go at Ludo's pace who is afraid of getting hurt if he lets himself get attached to Aidan and then having to go their separate ways once Aidan inevitably sees him either at his highest or at his lowest and gets scared.

Kissing is an important part of their story and I liked how accapting and patient Aidan was and of how much those kisses meant to both of them. Both characters were amazing. They were real because they had flaws and perfect because they accepted the other as he was and loved him no matter what. If you like hurt-comfort stories, tight plots and strong characters don't skip this book! Jun 03, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-mm , books-read. I love stories with characters that aren't perfect They're not outrageously attractive and dynamic with amazingly successful careers or simply loaded with money, etc.

Aidan's a loner he doesn't want his life complicated by things and people Ludo's in the hospital following surgery and to get his meds regulated. Ludo's Bipolar and that means he's not going to get better, his condition isn't going away at the best of times things will be managed. I had more than a little appreciation for Aidan's struggles and determination to understand what being bipolar meant for Ludo and how it could impact his life From the first time they lay eyes on each other Aidan and Ludo connect.

The connection that they share isn't a 'love-at-first-sight' connection. This is about two people who get each other they understand how the other's brain works, what makes them tick, what soothes them, what irritates them It's like meeting someone for the first time but feeling like you've known them for years. That's how things start for Aidan and Ludo and during their hospital stay the bond that they felt when the first saw each other begins to strengthen. When Ludo is discharged from hospital without so much as a good-bye to Aidan Aidan returns to his solitary existence but he doesn't forget the beautiful young man who befriended him during his hospital stay and he knows he never will, he just doesn't know how to find him.

Aidan and Ludo once again come into each other's lives by happenstance and after getting off to a bit of an awkward start Aidan and Ludo begin to spend time together. Aidan puts up the front of someone who doesn't care, who neither needs nor wants people in his life but Ludo sees past the facade that Aidan shows the world to the kind, gentle and caring soul that hides within.

While Aidan sees past the condition that Ludo struggles to control to the beautiful soul within the man. What captured my heart the most about these two men was how they fit, how each of them wanted to care for the other not by changing them but by being able to give them strength when they were weak, by quietly filling their moments of need with strength. From start to finish I was enchanted with the quiet and simplistic beauty that was Ludo and Aidan's relationship.

Jul 27, Fabi rated it it was ok Shelves: mental-illness , tpam-group-read , kindle-unlimited , published , mm-romance-gay-lit. It was ok. Not bad at all but maybe fell a little short of its potential. It read more like RL than a fictional story with its extreme situations. I loved that the MCs didn't have any silly misunderstandings. However, most of the plot conflicts seemed too easily resolved.

If we could have spent a little more time in each characters' emotional thoughts, especially during the traumatic times, it would have had more impact. The family dynamics could have been more thoroughly explored. I always love It was ok. I always love the Easter eggs and, wow, would that have been fun to follow up on. I wanted more from this story but I'm glad I read it. GL always manages to engage my mind as well as my heart in her stories. Major kudos on that gorgeous cover. Jun 09, Sheri rated it really liked it Shelves: amazing-yet-tragic , angst-fest , tragically-beautiful , oh-so-british.

Whew, Garrett is not messing around here folks. This one is….. Prepare to be swept away, caught in a torrential storm of emotions. Without question, I hand over my heart and know she will return it with a new scar. You see, Aidan is a victim of a devastating accident. Falling from the one and only place that ever gave him comfort capsized his life. Shattered and broken, Aidan is lost in disarray. And then, he comes along and his life is forever changed.

Perfect timing for imperfect men who love each other not in spite of, but for their imperfections. What's to like: Did you notice the cover? The significance makes me shiver. Another powerful feature is the title. I had goosebumps when I came across the moment of its importance. I bank on reading straight through when my emotions become entangled with a story and I knew this was a one-shot read by the first few chapters. I also knew I had to be in the right frame of mind for this one. Take my advice, steel yourself before you begin. What's to love: As always, Leigh presents two souls meant for one another.

She brings them together and missing pieces link, lock, and hold fast. Aidan is miserable and cares about almost nothing. However, he does have a soft spot for trees. That would probably have to do with the fact that humans always failed him but his majestic friends never did. They were a constant in his life when nothing else was. They provided an escape and bit of joy during his bleak childhood. As soon as he was able, he began to protect them.

He longs to save as many as he can. That is until…until Ludo. Ludo has fought many battles in his days and not many would understand what it takes for him to survive them. Oddly enough, the stranger in the hospital who captivates him beyond measure does. Aidan holds the key to the secret code of Ludo. Proving their connection can weather the obstacles sure to come may be more difficult than either anticipated.

Luckily for us, Leigh demonstrates the unlimited strength true love holds. We also have the pleasure of witnessing how beautiful the unconditional love of a dog can be. Bella steals the show more than once and I clung to her unbridled happiness. Beware of: Mental health bared in its true colors.

A slight but necessary separation. And the epitome of soul mates. This book is for: Angst lovers, Garrett Leigh lovers, and anyone looking for a tender pursuit of completeness only true love can provide. Book UNfunk Jun 20, Snjez rated it really liked it. I can't say this story was enjoyable in the true sense of the word, because for the most part I felt like there was a grey cloud hanging over my head. However, I appreciate it for what it was - a glimpse in the life of two lonely characters who deal with some heavy issues. Contrary to my expectations, it was easier for me to connect with Ludo than Aidan.

I just understood him better. I guess the author did a really good job of presenting his condition. Aidan and Ludo were perfect together. Jun 16, Ky rated it it was amazing Shelves: slow-burn , arc , read Amazing story! Review soon It's a heartwarming story about two lonely men finding acceptance and the the joy of life in each other.

Aidan has spend his whole life alone and he likes it that way. The only company he needs are the trees he works to save. When he's on top of one he's serene and the happiest he thinks he'll ever be. He spends his days working and his nights drinking and he doesn't want to change Amazing story! He spends his days working and his nights drinking and he doesn't want to change a thing.

A nasty fall from a tree though will drive him to the hospital and in the bed opposite the most intriguing man he's ever set eyes on. Ludo has learned to stay away from people because he knows no one will stick around once they truly see him. He was diagnosed with bipolar many years ago and is trying to manage it with the sole help of professionals and no support system of his own.

His family abandoned him long ago and he doesn't have any friends so he has to depend on his doctors to make him better when he falls and on himself to realize when he is about to fall. Ludo and Aidan's relationship is a slow burn. While they were both in the hospital they started to seek each other out and spend time together. They came to care about the other and try to help any way they could.

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A few months after they got out of the hospital and didn't know how to contact each other, they meet again by chance. Their attraction is still there and they continue with the friendship that started many months ago. Their connection is based on understanding and acceptance. They're both most comfortable away from society so that works well for them spending time together. Aidan gets Ludo in ways no one has before, he let's him speak, he listens to him, he isn't afraid of what he might do and he doesn't shy away from the reality of Ludo's condition. However, Aidan only knows what little Ludo told him and what the results of a few internet searches gave him about bipolar so he isn't fast enough to catch Ludo the first time he starts to fall after they got together.

Those chapters were the strongest ones in the book. The dual point of view worked amazingly well there, as we got to see the events both from Aidan's clear mind and through Ludo's manic - at the time - one. It was also kind of terrifying to be inside his head during those times. The speed with which he made decisions only to abandon them shortly after for something else was frightening. A phrase in the book about those times will stay with me for a long time: "It's a lonely place to be.

I liked getting to know him and I liked even more that from now on he's going to have Aidan to spend his life with, accept him and help him when he needs it the most. A special mention is needed for Bella, Ludo's golden retriever, who had the most adorable way of sleeping. I think she was part of his treatment even if he didn't realise it when he got her. She gave him courage and made him be more careful with himself since he had Bella depending on his well-being.

She was a great supporting character. As I said at the beginning, this story is a slow burn and a very nicely done one. Aidan and Ludo take their time and go at Ludo's pace who is afraid of getting hurt if he lets himself get attached to Aidan and then having to go their separate ways once Aidan inevitably sees him either at his highest or at his lowest and gets scared.

Kissing is an important part of their story and I liked how accapting and patient Aidan was and of how much those kisses meant to both of them. Both characters were amazing. They were real because they had flaws and perfect because they accepted the other as he was and loved him no matter what. If you like hurt-comfort stories, tight plots and strong characters don't skip this book! Jun 03, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-read , read-mm. I love stories with characters that aren't perfect They're not outrageously attractive and dynamic with amazingly successful careers or simply loaded with money, etc.

Aidan's a loner he doesn't want his life complicated by things and people Ludo's in the hospital following surgery and to get his meds regulated.

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Ludo's Bipolar and that means he's not going to get better, his condition isn't going away at the best of times things will be managed. I had more than a little appreciation for Aidan's struggles and determination to understand what being bipolar meant for Ludo and how it could impact his life From the first time they lay eyes on each other Aidan and Ludo connect.

The connection that they share isn't a 'love-at-first-sight' connection. This is about two people who get each other they understand how the other's brain works, what makes them tick, what soothes them, what irritates them It's like meeting someone for the first time but feeling like you've known them for years. That's how things start for Aidan and Ludo and during their hospital stay the bond that they felt when the first saw each other begins to strengthen. When Ludo is discharged from hospital without so much as a good-bye to Aidan Aidan returns to his solitary existence but he doesn't forget the beautiful young man who befriended him during his hospital stay and he knows he never will, he just doesn't know how to find him.

Aidan and Ludo once again come into each other's lives by happenstance and after getting off to a bit of an awkward start Aidan and Ludo begin to spend time together. Aidan puts up the front of someone who doesn't care, who neither needs nor wants people in his life but Ludo sees past the facade that Aidan shows the world to the kind, gentle and caring soul that hides within. While Aidan sees past the condition that Ludo struggles to control to the beautiful soul within the man.

What captured my heart the most about these two men was how they fit, how each of them wanted to care for the other not by changing them but by being able to give them strength when they were weak, by quietly filling their moments of need with strength. From start to finish I was enchanted with the quiet and simplistic beauty that was Ludo and Aidan's relationship. Jul 27, Fabi rated it it was ok Shelves: mm-romance-gay-lit , kindle-unlimited , published , tpam-group-read , mental-illness. It was ok. Not bad at all but maybe fell a little short of its potential. It read more like RL than a fictional story with its extreme situations.

I loved that the MCs didn't have any silly misunderstandings. However, most of the plot conflicts seemed too easily resolved. If we could have spent a little more time in each characters' emotional thoughts, especially during the traumatic times, it would have had more impact. The family dynamics could have been more thoroughly explored. I always love It was ok.

I always love the Easter eggs and, wow, would that have been fun to follow up on. I wanted more from this story but I'm glad I read it. GL always manages to engage my mind as well as my heart in her stories. Major kudos on that gorgeous cover. Jun 09, Sheri rated it really liked it Shelves: tragically-beautiful , angst-fest , amazing-yet-tragic , oh-so-british. Whew, Garrett is not messing around here folks.

This one is….. Prepare to be swept away, caught in a torrential storm of emotions. Without question, I hand over my heart and know she will return it with a new scar. You see, Aidan is a victim of a devastating accident. Falling from the one and only place that ever gave him comfort capsized his life. Shattered and broken, Aidan is lost in disarray. And then, he comes along and his life is forever changed. Perfect timing for imperfect men who love each other not in spite of, but for their imperfections.

What's to like: Did you notice the cover? The significance makes me shiver. Another powerful feature is the title. I had goosebumps when I came across the moment of its importance. I bank on reading straight through when my emotions become entangled with a story and I knew this was a one-shot read by the first few chapters.

I also knew I had to be in the right frame of mind for this one. Take my advice, steel yourself before you begin. What's to love: As always, Leigh presents two souls meant for one another. She brings them together and missing pieces link, lock, and hold fast. Aidan is miserable and cares about almost nothing. However, he does have a soft spot for trees. That would probably have to do with the fact that humans always failed him but his majestic friends never did.

They were a constant in his life when nothing else was. They provided an escape and bit of joy during his bleak childhood. As soon as he was able, he began to protect them. He longs to save as many as he can. That is until…until Ludo. Ludo has fought many battles in his days and not many would understand what it takes for him to survive them.

Oddly enough, the stranger in the hospital who captivates him beyond measure does. Aidan holds the key to the secret code of Ludo. Proving their connection can weather the obstacles sure to come may be more difficult than either anticipated. Luckily for us, Leigh demonstrates the unlimited strength true love holds. We also have the pleasure of witnessing how beautiful the unconditional love of a dog can be. Bella steals the show more than once and I clung to her unbridled happiness. Beware of: Mental health bared in its true colors. A slight but necessary separation.

And the epitome of soul mates. This book is for: Angst lovers, Garrett Leigh lovers, and anyone looking for a tender pursuit of completeness only true love can provide. Book UNfunk Jun 20, Snjez rated it really liked it. I can't say this story was enjoyable in the true sense of the word, because for the most part I felt like there was a grey cloud hanging over my head. However, I appreciate it for what it was - a glimpse in the life of two lonely characters who deal with some heavy issues. Contrary to my expectations, it was easier for me to connect with Ludo than Aidan.

I just understood him better. I guess the author did a really good job of presenting his condition. Aidan and Ludo were perfect together. I reall I can't say this story was enjoyable in the true sense of the word, because for the most part I felt like there was a grey cloud hanging over my head. I really liked how they cared for each other, how supportive they were and how they accepted each other the way they were. The slow transition from friendship to something more was done really well. And the ending was beautiful.

View all 10 comments. May 27, Lauren rated it it was amazing Shelves: mm-romance , hurt-comfort , signal-boost-reviews. This book was wonderful.

Garrett Leigh is one of my all time favourite authors and her new novel Kiss Me Again certainly does not disappoint. Kiss Me Again has pretty much everything you might expect from a Garrett Leigh novel. Every single bloody one. This story hit home for me in a big way. I grew up in a house where bipolar was kind of just our normal. My mum suffered with the disease when I was young and still does, but over the past few years it has been to a slightly lesser extent and parts of this story felt so real to me that it actually hurt to read it.

She is an amazing woman, much like Ludo was a wonderful and sweet man who was absolutely deserving of love and contentment. The scenes where Ludo spirals and becomes manic and hyper active, where he loses time to his disease and to his own thoughts, where he empties his cupboards and rearranges everything Garrett Leigh hit the nail on the head sooo many times, she clearly did her research and due diligence to make this story as accurate and as respectful as possible, and boy oh boy did she write a story that packed a punch so hard that I wanted to cry but also NEEDED to keep reading.

Ludo and Aidan were perfect together. I loved how affectionate and understanding Aidan was, how he understood Ludo without even having to try. Now what I need more than anything is a Ludo and Angelo reunion. I want the whole bloody gang Angelo and Dylan, Joe and Harry, Rhys and Jevon to meet them and love them and give them the family and the unconditional love they deserve!!

Garrett Leigh can honestly do no wrong! View 1 comment. Jun 20, Lost in a Book rated it really liked it Shelves: trigger-warning , arc-or-review-copy , books , automatic-author , angst-fest , disability. As usual, I ate it up. Ludo and Aidan meet in the hospital after Aidan is wheeled in from an accident. Ludo's a frequent flyer in the hospital due to his mental illness diagnoses and sometimes his mind gets the best of him.

Ludo's a loner that works from home. His only interactions are with his community nurse and psychiatrist.

Really enamored. Aidan's also a loner like Ludo but is a major grump too. After leaving hospital. He begins to wonder if he imagined the man until they happen to bump into each other. Ludo and Aidan start very slow and build a foundation of friendship and an eventual relationship that works for them.

They are supportive, understanding, loyal, patient, and loving. Aidan and Ludo build intimacy without a lot of sexual interactions. There are lots of feels without lots of feels. The lack of sex definitely works with this story and is tastefully done. Both men learn how to lean on one another as they get their sweet HEA. Not in the oh my gosh, I could read their story for the rest of my life and hope the author writes an entire series about them way.

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It was more that I felt like their story finally came together and they were just getting started when the book ended. Kiss Me Again is a heavy read that gives some insight into the daily struggles of mental illness. But I'm also not a stranger to anxiety and bipolar disorder with very close family members experiencing it. My biggest takeaway is that I appreciate there wasn't a cure-all and that even on the best days, when there are smiles and laughter, they're still a struggle too. Self harm is also mentioned, hallucinations, anxiety, etc… Copy provided for honest review.

Jun 24, Rohit rated it really liked it Shelves: m-m. Leigh done wrote a book with such care and sensibility that I can't even. Every moment the MCs shared in the hospital was so tender and so right that I couldn't wait for them to meet outside. Even the whole trajectory of their story fits. Like each of them has to get past their own struggles, develop that trust and then realise what they mean for each other.

I loved the writing, especially the part where Ludo's anxiety poured out. It felt so real and I could totally relate to his fears. Anxi Ms. Anxiety is a bitch and when you spiral out, it's the worst feeling in the world where you don't know how to get out of that loop.

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Definitely worth your time! View all 3 comments. Jun 07, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: angst , contemporary-romance , jackass-hero , arc-netgalley , handicap-scarred-hero. Garrett Leigh is back once again with her tortured heroes and a love story that warm your heart. Aidan is a tree surgeon who was hit with an accident. As he lay on the hospital bed, he met a quirky roommate, Ludo. Ludo is bipolar, but not the split personality kind that I read before.