Kindle Edition è Rend PDF Þ

Kindle Edition è Rend PDF Þ


Rend ➽ [Download] ✤ Rend By Roan Parrish ➲ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk After a whirlwind romance a man with a painful past learns to trust the musician who makes him believe in happy endings Matt Argento knows what it feels like to be alone After a childhood of abandonme After a whirlwind romance a man with a painful past learns to trust the musician who makes him believe in happy endings Matt Argento knows what it feels like to be alone After a childhood of abandonment he never imagined someone might love him—much less someone like Rhys Nyland who has the voice of an angel the looks of a god and the worship of his fansMatt and Rhys come from different worlds but when they meet their chemistry is incendiary Their romance is unexpected intense and forever—at least that’s what their vows promise Suddenly Matt finds himself living a life he never thought possible safe and secure in the arms of a man who feels like home But when Rhys leaves to go on tour for his new album Matt finds himself haunted by the ghosts of his pastWhen Rhys returns he finds Matt twisted by doubt But Rhys loves Matt fiercely and he’ll go to hell and back to triumph over Matt’s fears After secrets are revealed and desires are confessed Rhys and Matt must learn to trust each other if they’re going to make it That means they have to fall in love all over again—and this time it really will be foreverRoan Parrish’s pitch perfect Riven novels can be read together or separatelyRIVEN | Rend.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 259 pages
  • Rend
  • Roan Parrish
  • English
  • 06 August 2016

10 thoughts on “Rend

  1. Judith Judith says:

    No ratingDNF around 40%I triedI really did but after two weeks I'm throwing in the towel hereI'm not in the least bit bothered about these charactersI found what I read so depressing and boringApparently it gets better in the second halfI honestly wasn't interested to find outJust about everyone loved this so probably best to move along and check out other reviews Review copy provided by NetGalley

  2. Shile Shile says:

    Audiobook 5 starsStory 435 stars “I can only afford to pick up guys on Wednesdays” he said indicating the dollar drink sign Lawd Cheesus I guess this is what we call angst Rhys already stole the show for me in book 1 so i was excited to read his story I was not prepared for the rollercoaster that was Rhys and Matty's relationship I completely get why this was book had mixed reviews and a couple of Dnfs It was frustrating as hell I didn't even realize this book was told solely from Matty's POV until i was done Reflecting on the story then I was like waaaaaaaiiit Ha I have been played This was written in a way that i felt i got Rhys POV too RoanMatty Matty what a frustrating adorable damaged and all that shit character He was exhausting and interesting to know i love him Matt and Rhys deserve each other i don't think they can survive with other people I felt their relationship was codependent low key dysfunctional Matty's background explains why he is so guarded and skittish at times I wanted to shake him at time but that wouldn't have helped He needed time and once i decided to give him that i stopped being frustrated Rhys on the other hand is all warm and sunny with some saviour complex He loves to be needed he is the one who has it all together I love Rhys but i wanted to shake too sometimes Good thing Caleb did the shaking for me Matty and Rhys complimented each other well The first half of the book was a bit slow i decided to be patient and the rest delivered I enjoyed Roan's writing her way of storytelling is different she focuses on character and character development rather than plot and it worked for me I love that she doesn't follow that same old romance formula Everything happens backwards The Sex scenes were hot and freuent these two love to get down and dirty Me likey alot The humor was just right to balance the angst One minute i want to strangle Matty the next i want to hug him the next i am laughing so hard Yaap Rollercoaster indeed I loved Theo and Matty's friendship it was is so precious

  3. Renée Renée says:

    Holy hell get the tissues ready folksThis one put me through the emotional ringer Matt is our exclusive narrator here and he is a sad dude A product of the foster system he learned never to want anythingAnd even though Chapter 1 begins 18 months into his marriage to Rhys and he's so in love he doesn't trust that happiness will last for himThe first half of this book was gut wrenching It is a black cloud over your head and you just want to curl up in a fetal position to make the pain go away How can someone be so broken? How can someone literally not want anything because he's never even thought to ask for it?ButI couldn't put it down Every painful word resonated into some of the best character development I read this in one sittingAnd the second half happened What a refreshing way to show resolution of marital problems The black clouds parted the sun rays descended and the angels were singing I loved loved loved the second halfIf you're going into this one expecting it to be anything like Riven you will be in for a surprise It's like comparing Books 1 and 2 of the Middle of Somewhere series I will settle on 4 stars because I liked the story overall even with the pain of the first half Parrish is very talented in her writing skillsBest uote of the book I loved his transition from fuckbeast to cuddlemonster

  4. Wendy Wendy says:

    I really enjoyed reading Riven and so when I saw this one go upI of course had to read it too Butlet me start off by saying that these books are nothing alike This one was actually much darkeremotional than I expected This book is about an already established couple Rhys and Matt I've got to be honest here and say that I don't remember much about these two from the first book just that Rhys is Caleb's ex That saidI read a lot of books so it's hard to remember every single detail Plus I'm getting older This book is told from Matt's pov and let me tell youit wasn't always the easiest to read Matt is dealing with some very heavy issues and when Rhys goes on tour with his bandthose issues become ever largerThis book definitely brought on the waterworks for me These two don't give up though They keep fighting especially Rhyshe won't give up on Matt and I really loved him for that This book was a very sweet lovable sexy and hot emotional rollercoaster ride I can't wait to see what the author has in store for us next My reviews are posted on Follow me  

  5. Lyn❤Loves❤Listening Lyn❤Loves❤Listening says:

    Audio – 5 Thanks Simone for giving me a heads up that about the audio coming out It was than worth the “painful” wait LOLStory – 5 Roan Parrish is officially a favoritego to author for me This book was fucking amazing My favorite by the author to dateIn short Rhys and Matt are married and deeply in love They come from very different backgrounds which influences their expectations of marriage The relationship angst was high and exhausting but at NO time did these guys doubt the love they shared It takes a while and there are hurt feelings but they want their marriage to work How can you not root for a couple like them???Shockingly enough I’m not going to complain about there being too many sex scenes Why??? Because there was nothing dull about them The scenes were pure passion and the dirty talk was so possessive I just about turned into a puddle of goo I need book 3 NOW

  6. Diana Diana says:

    Full review now posted November 27I have to admit I was a little disappointed that Rend was not about Theo and Caleb the couple from Riven but it is about Caleb’s oldest friend Rhys We already know Rhys is married to Matt and Rend is their storyThe first half of the book is well rather boring It tells of Matt’s day to day life and I just felt like it was almost void of any emotion from Matt Rhys is full of life and is madly in love with Matt but Matt is struggling The second half of the book you learn about Matt’s heartbreaking past and it had me wondering if the author made the first half emotionally boring to make the reader feel so much in the second half because the emotions hit you hard Matt started uestioning if he was good enough for Rhys even feeling unworthy of being loved His childhood is full of heartache and hurt and you begin to understand why Matt is so afraid but Rhys will fight for himYes Theo and Caleb are in this book uite a lot actually I enjoyed catching up with them and seeing such a strong bond between Caleb and Rhys Once again the author’s writing will hit you with all the feels and I have a feeling this story will be with me for a long time I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

  7. .Lili. .Lili. says:

    Disclaimer I'm not sure how to write a coherent review for this book I was twisted up in feelings from beginning to end I went into Rend by Roan Parrish expecting a similar book to Riven but the fact is they're entirely different I think I had a lump in my throat through most of the book It's told through Rhy's POV and due to his childhood he's afraid of being too happy because he's always in fear of the rug being swepped from under him Matt was solid throughout and was ever so patient with Rhys' feeling he's a caretakerRend had me from their first meeting to the very end Roan Parrish can fucken write If you're in the mood for a story that is Full of feels Melancholic Excellent character development Outstanding relationship growth Flawless writing Hot and emotionally charged sex scenes And everlasting loveThen read this book I highlighted the hell out of this book My favorite passage This was a love letter A fucking love letter from a man I'd only met five times A love letter saying things I'd never imagined anyone would say seeing me in a way I'd never seen myself As I read it again a room opened inside me turning emptiness to possibility solitude to potential A room opened inside me and I wanted to fill it with Rhys I wanted to choose I wanted for the first time in my grungy fucking life to choose someone and make them mine And it terrified me Oh fuck I said to no one Oh fuck fuck fuck me HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT

  8. Melanie A. Melanie A. says:

    Story 5 STARSAudio 5 STARS I don't know how to do this Oh man ooey gooey coming of age New Adult GOODNESS from Roan Parrish And what a performance by Greg BoudreauxSo I ended up LOVING this one but truth be told when I started I was a little cranky First it revolves around an established couple so I didn't get to experience that new love high that I love so much And second it's mostly about only one character's fight with his demonsBut it didn't take me long to go from cranky pleased thrilled Because I adore a well written story that's driven by emotion rather than events And let's just say that Rend gave me plenty to sink my teeth into I was in heavenPlot in a nutshell Rhys is a steady well rounded guy His confidence and sunny disposition are a testament to his stable supportive loving upbringing Matt is a product of the foster system His deep seated fears and vulnerabilities are a reflection of his heart breaking uncertain childhood These two very different men find each other fall in love get married and live happily ever after or do they? Even though he can't fathom what Rhys sees in him Matt has no intention of losing the best thing that's ever happened to him I wanted it for him I wanted him to have everything he'd ever hoped for Matt does everything to be everything for Rhys until there's just nothing left to give leaving them both devastated as they scratch and claw to hold on to one another Emotional and heartfelt Rend kicked my ass in such a good way I love that this author has things to say and she says them beautifully Plus she goes about it in a very explicit way D I couldn't ask for Another Roan Parrish book for my 2019 Favorites shelf

  9. *J* Too Many Books Too Little Time *J* Too Many Books Too Little Time says:

    45 StarsSheesh Talk about hitting you where it hurts This one was hard to read Most of the book in fact It was very melancholic Even with Rhys' sunny disposition My hurt broke time after time for Matt I really feel like I should remember Matt from Riven After all Matt and Rhys were married before Theo and Caleb even met But I don't Much like Riven the writing is flawless It's captivating It's full of so much emotion Great addition to the series I think Noe needs a book Or Huey Ohmaybe Noe and Huey ARC kindly provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

  10. Moony Eliver Moony Eliver says:

    Review to come maybe? We’ll see I’m a little overwhelmed about what to write because this one hit me on a cellular level Oh fuck it I’ll try Here goes nothingThis book isn’t for all capital R Romance readers First off it’s about an established couple which isn’t everyone’s bucket of fun Secondly it’s not all hearteyes and pixie dust The angst is real it doesn’t feel contrived for plot’s sake and it’s not easily resolvedThis story IS for Readers who sometimes feel like the Romance genre is a pigeonhole Who crave reading past the HEA deeper for better or worse Who might even want to glean a few hundred bucks’ worth of therapy from a 5 bookI adore Riven I’ve read it twice in the last six months This book is different from Riven but there's a consistent thing between them that has made Roan Parrish an autobuy for me from now on her willingness and ability to navigate psychological waters Not only does she clearly know of what she writes but her skill in doing so is on pointSo if you’re looking for some light fluff and no judgement that’s exactly what we all need sometimes leave this one on the shelf for now But if you are down for going on a cathartic journey where the characters have to really work for it RENDPS I hardcore loved Theo’s and Caleb’s appearances here as my favorite secondary characters ever If you couldn’t get enough of them in Riven ahem buddy read partner ahem you’ll love that too More than just a cameo

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10 thoughts on “Rend

  1. Judith Judith says:

    No ratingDNF around 40%I triedI really did but after two weeks I'm throwing in the towel hereI'm not in the least bit bothered about these charactersI found what I read so depressing and boringApparently it gets better in the second halfI honestly wasn't interested to find outJust about everyone loved this so probably best to move along and check out other reviews Review copy provided by NetGalley

  2. Shile Shile says:

    Audiobook 5 starsStory 435 stars “I can only afford to pick up guys on Wednesdays” he said indicating the dollar drink sign Lawd Cheesus I guess this is what we call angst Rhys already stole the show for me in book 1 so i was excited to read his story I was not prepared for the rollercoaster that was Rhys and Matty's relationship I completely get why this was book had mixed reviews and a couple of Dnfs It was frustrating as hell I didn't even realize this book was told solely from Matty's POV until i was done Reflecting on the story then I was like waaaaaaaiiit Ha I have been played This was written in a way that i felt i got Rhys POV too RoanMatty Matty what a frustrating adorable damaged and all that shit character He was exhausting and interesting to know i love him Matt and Rhys deserve each other i don't think they can survive with other people I felt their relationship was codependent low key dysfunctional Matty's background explains why he is so guarded and skittish at times I wanted to shake him at time but that wouldn't have helped He needed time and once i decided to give him that i stopped being frustrated Rhys on the other hand is all warm and sunny with some saviour complex He loves to be needed he is the one who has it all together I love Rhys but i wanted to shake too sometimes Good thing Caleb did the shaking for me Matty and Rhys complimented each other well The first half of the book was a bit slow i decided to be patient and the rest delivered I enjoyed Roan's writing her way of storytelling is different she focuses on character and character development rather than plot and it worked for me I love that she doesn't follow that same old romance formula Everything happens backwards The Sex scenes were hot and freuent these two love to get down and dirty Me likey alot The humor was just right to balance the angst One minute i want to strangle Matty the next i want to hug him the next i am laughing so hard Yaap Rollercoaster indeed I loved Theo and Matty's friendship it was is so precious

  3. Renée Renée says:

    Holy hell get the tissues ready folksThis one put me through the emotional ringer Matt is our exclusive narrator here and he is a sad dude A product of the foster system he learned never to want anythingAnd even though Chapter 1 begins 18 months into his marriage to Rhys and he's so in love he doesn't trust that happiness will last for himThe first half of this book was gut wrenching It is a black cloud over your head and you just want to curl up in a fetal position to make the pain go away How can someone be so broken? How can someone literally not want anything because he's never even thought to ask for it?ButI couldn't put it down Every painful word resonated into some of the best character development I read this in one sittingAnd the second half happened What a refreshing way to show resolution of marital problems The black clouds parted the sun rays descended and the angels were singing I loved loved loved the second halfIf you're going into this one expecting it to be anything like Riven you will be in for a surprise It's like comparing Books 1 and 2 of the Middle of Somewhere series I will settle on 4 stars because I liked the story overall even with the pain of the first half Parrish is very talented in her writing skillsBest uote of the book I loved his transition from fuckbeast to cuddlemonster

  4. Wendy Wendy says:

    I really enjoyed reading Riven and so when I saw this one go upI of course had to read it too Butlet me start off by saying that these books are nothing alike This one was actually much darkeremotional than I expected This book is about an already established couple Rhys and Matt I've got to be honest here and say that I don't remember much about these two from the first book just that Rhys is Caleb's ex That saidI read a lot of books so it's hard to remember every single detail Plus I'm getting older This book is told from Matt's pov and let me tell youit wasn't always the easiest to read Matt is dealing with some very heavy issues and when Rhys goes on tour with his bandthose issues become ever largerThis book definitely brought on the waterworks for me These two don't give up though They keep fighting especially Rhyshe won't give up on Matt and I really loved him for that This book was a very sweet lovable sexy and hot emotional rollercoaster ride I can't wait to see what the author has in store for us next My reviews are posted on Follow me  

  5. Lyn❤Loves❤Listening Lyn❤Loves❤Listening says:

    Audio – 5 Thanks Simone for giving me a heads up that about the audio coming out It was than worth the “painful” wait LOLStory – 5 Roan Parrish is officially a favoritego to author for me This book was fucking amazing My favorite by the author to dateIn short Rhys and Matt are married and deeply in love They come from very different backgrounds which influences their expectations of marriage The relationship angst was high and exhausting but at NO time did these guys doubt the love they shared It takes a while and there are hurt feelings but they want their marriage to work How can you not root for a couple like them???Shockingly enough I’m not going to complain about there being too many sex scenes Why??? Because there was nothing dull about them The scenes were pure passion and the dirty talk was so possessive I just about turned into a puddle of goo I need book 3 NOW

  6. Diana Diana says:

    Full review now posted November 27I have to admit I was a little disappointed that Rend was not about Theo and Caleb the couple from Riven but it is about Caleb’s oldest friend Rhys We already know Rhys is married to Matt and Rend is their storyThe first half of the book is well rather boring It tells of Matt’s day to day life and I just felt like it was almost void of any emotion from Matt Rhys is full of life and is madly in love with Matt but Matt is struggling The second half of the book you learn about Matt’s heartbreaking past and it had me wondering if the author made the first half emotionally boring to make the reader feel so much in the second half because the emotions hit you hard Matt started uestioning if he was good enough for Rhys even feeling unworthy of being loved His childhood is full of heartache and hurt and you begin to understand why Matt is so afraid but Rhys will fight for himYes Theo and Caleb are in this book uite a lot actually I enjoyed catching up with them and seeing such a strong bond between Caleb and Rhys Once again the author’s writing will hit you with all the feels and I have a feeling this story will be with me for a long time I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

  7. .Lili. .Lili. says:

    Disclaimer I'm not sure how to write a coherent review for this book I was twisted up in feelings from beginning to end I went into Rend by Roan Parrish expecting a similar book to Riven but the fact is they're entirely different I think I had a lump in my throat through most of the book It's told through Rhy's POV and due to his childhood he's afraid of being too happy because he's always in fear of the rug being swepped from under him Matt was solid throughout and was ever so patient with Rhys' feeling he's a caretakerRend had me from their first meeting to the very end Roan Parrish can fucken write If you're in the mood for a story that is Full of feels Melancholic Excellent character development Outstanding relationship growth Flawless writing Hot and emotionally charged sex scenes And everlasting loveThen read this book I highlighted the hell out of this book My favorite passage This was a love letter A fucking love letter from a man I'd only met five times A love letter saying things I'd never imagined anyone would say seeing me in a way I'd never seen myself As I read it again a room opened inside me turning emptiness to possibility solitude to potential A room opened inside me and I wanted to fill it with Rhys I wanted to choose I wanted for the first time in my grungy fucking life to choose someone and make them mine And it terrified me Oh fuck I said to no one Oh fuck fuck fuck me HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT

  8. Melanie A. Melanie A. says:

    Story 5 STARSAudio 5 STARS I don't know how to do this Oh man ooey gooey coming of age New Adult GOODNESS from Roan Parrish And what a performance by Greg BoudreauxSo I ended up LOVING this one but truth be told when I started I was a little cranky First it revolves around an established couple so I didn't get to experience that new love high that I love so much And second it's mostly about only one character's fight with his demonsBut it didn't take me long to go from cranky pleased thrilled Because I adore a well written story that's driven by emotion rather than events And let's just say that Rend gave me plenty to sink my teeth into I was in heavenPlot in a nutshell Rhys is a steady well rounded guy His confidence and sunny disposition are a testament to his stable supportive loving upbringing Matt is a product of the foster system His deep seated fears and vulnerabilities are a reflection of his heart breaking uncertain childhood These two very different men find each other fall in love get married and live happily ever after or do they? Even though he can't fathom what Rhys sees in him Matt has no intention of losing the best thing that's ever happened to him I wanted it for him I wanted him to have everything he'd ever hoped for Matt does everything to be everything for Rhys until there's just nothing left to give leaving them both devastated as they scratch and claw to hold on to one another Emotional and heartfelt Rend kicked my ass in such a good way I love that this author has things to say and she says them beautifully Plus she goes about it in a very explicit way D I couldn't ask for Another Roan Parrish book for my 2019 Favorites shelf

  9. *J* Too Many Books Too Little Time *J* Too Many Books Too Little Time says:

    45 StarsSheesh Talk about hitting you where it hurts This one was hard to read Most of the book in fact It was very melancholic Even with Rhys' sunny disposition My hurt broke time after time for Matt I really feel like I should remember Matt from Riven After all Matt and Rhys were married before Theo and Caleb even met But I don't Much like Riven the writing is flawless It's captivating It's full of so much emotion Great addition to the series I think Noe needs a book Or Huey Ohmaybe Noe and Huey ARC kindly provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

  10. Moony Eliver Moony Eliver says:

    Review to come maybe? We’ll see I’m a little overwhelmed about what to write because this one hit me on a cellular level Oh fuck it I’ll try Here goes nothingThis book isn’t for all capital R Romance readers First off it’s about an established couple which isn’t everyone’s bucket of fun Secondly it’s not all hearteyes and pixie dust The angst is real it doesn’t feel contrived for plot’s sake and it’s not easily resolvedThis story IS for Readers who sometimes feel like the Romance genre is a pigeonhole Who crave reading past the HEA deeper for better or worse Who might even want to glean a few hundred bucks’ worth of therapy from a 5 bookI adore Riven I’ve read it twice in the last six months This book is different from Riven but there's a consistent thing between them that has made Roan Parrish an autobuy for me from now on her willingness and ability to navigate psychological waters Not only does she clearly know of what she writes but her skill in doing so is on pointSo if you’re looking for some light fluff and no judgement that’s exactly what we all need sometimes leave this one on the shelf for now But if you are down for going on a cathartic journey where the characters have to really work for it RENDPS I hardcore loved Theo’s and Caleb’s appearances here as my favorite secondary characters ever If you couldn’t get enough of them in Riven ahem buddy read partner ahem you’ll love that too More than just a cameo

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