Black Point Forever is a wonderfully written book that necessitates having the tissues within arm’s reach.
This is the kind of story that a reader, or at least me, does not want to end. At the same time, thanks to the punch that both writers bring to the story, this read also seemed a lot longer than it was - and not because it was boring, but because they draw you in and don't want to let the reader go.
I look forward to reading more from A. J. Llewellyn and D. J. Manly in the future.
Matt and Thomas have the life of their dreams. Successful writers and movie producers, they are the proud parents of baby Rose Elise Carter who is a dream child until she suddenly becomes gravely ill. Diagnosed with a rare bone marrow disease, none of their family members are compatible donors for the little girl. Her surrogate mom has disappeared and can’t be found. Rose’s cousin Daphne is a match but is deemed too young to withstand the painful donor process.
When Matt bumps into Thomas’s long-lost love, Daniel, in a fit of torment he confesses their nightmare. Daniel offers to submit himself. He’s a match. Will Thomas fall once again for Daniel or will love, like Black Point, belong to Matt…forever?