Love JL's writing. It flows so beautifully. Just the right balance of all the different aspects (dialogue/internal/external plot/characters - primary and secondary/pets/setting.Not too sure whether the guy on the cover fits my picture of Tom though. He doesn't look British enough.I have a feeling we're at the start of a great series. So all readers despairing the fact that their emotional arc wasn't tied up with a neat bow can look forward to the next instalment. Maybe the pairing will not be as fraught as Josh Lanyon's Jake and Adrien, but I don't think it's going to be a bed of roses for either of them. There's still a lot of their past hurts to explore.