Scar (Indelible #1)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This book was written as part of the MM Romance group's Don't Read in the Closet event on Goodreads.
Wanting peace and quiet after prison, Gabriel Lamb heads to the Ninth District. That plan is foiled when Russ Andrews takes an interest in him. The pest won't leave him alone, and Gabriel doesn't want to like it. But it seems Russ is tangled up in something that's bigger than the both of them... More
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About Dee Aditya

Dee Aditya likes M/M, and loves romance, so that's what she writes. Her stories tend to be funny, sweet, angsty, cheesy, fluffy, or some combination of those.

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About the Series: Indelible
The Indelible series is set in an alternate dystopian universe, where the rich live in sprawling comfort in the upper districts and the poor have to fight to survive in the lower ones. But suffering doesn’t discriminate between the rich and the poor, even if it seems that way sometimes. We can only face forward, knowing no matter how hard the circumstances, there will always be hope, and determination, and love.

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tatsuya57 reviewed on on Sep. 24, 2016

I had so much fun reading this book and I can't wait for the second part. Thank you!
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Drako reviewed on on Oct. 11, 2015

This was definitely an interesting book. Gabe has just gotten out of jail. He's from a higher place in society and chooses to move into a lower district. ​​Russ is from the lower district, and like many in the district is held down and oppressed, forced to do things he despises just to get by. Gabe is quiet and reserved. Russ is outgoing, outspoken, and not used to being resisted. It's fun to watch him wear Gabe down, and then we see Gabe is just a protector who feels that he failed and doesn't want to fail again. But try as he might, he can't avoid Russ. Russ can take care of himself but at the same time, it's clearly nice to have someone actually look at and take care of him. Their road isn't easy, there are some misunderstandings, and Russ has to deal with a personal tragedy, but it comes together well in the end. The two are actually a cute and hilarious couple together so I rather love them.
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