Lover's Journey Omnibus Edition

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Lover’s Journey Series – Gay Contemporary Romance

Lover’s Journey is a gay contemporary romance series set in Romania, spanning over two decades.  Discover two intricate stories told by the series’ protagonists, Edi and Seba, over two novels and a companion novella.

“Intense. Touching. Fabulous. Haunting. Riveting.”

Two coming of age, friends to lovers stories complementing each other, told over three books. Decades of passion, friendship, and surpassing hardships.

Live, learn, love, and persevere on Edi and Seba’s lover’s journeys.

What readers think of the Lover’s Journey Series

I loved this coming of age novel, but it also drove me crazy. The story of Edi’s coming of age, sexual awakening,first love, and first – and repeated – heartbreak was wonderful, yet painful. – Dawn to Dusk

Alina Popescu managed to capture and translate into words the precious moments of a lover’s journey, with all it’s ups and downs, happiness and heartbreaks, clearness and blindness.  – Dawn to Dusk

All of the characters in this novel have emotional depth and bring heart to a tale that becomes painful at times as Seba deals with the frustrations of his life in his search for professional and private happiness. Having read several books by this author, I would consider this one of, if not, the best to date. – Dusk to Dawn

As with book one, the descriptions are fabulous, and it was very easy to visualise what and who I was reading about. One that stood out for me in particular was the description of a bus ride as “like being out at sea on restless waters.” I also liked the contrasts shown between the UK and Romania, especially with the freedom—or not—to be obviously with another man in public. – Dusk to Dawn

As soon as I started reading this book, all the warm fuzzy feelings grabbed me and didn’t want to let go. It felt like visiting old good friends, remembering all you’ve been through, or, in this case, you’ve been with them by reading their previous stories in the series. – Sunrise with You

As always, the other side of the review spectrum:

I gave this a one star rating because it’s the lowest…would’ve chosen half a star if possible. The story is contrived with poorly fleshed out characters. – Dusk to Dawn

I think the protagonist was worst. I liked his personality but his actions….. I just wanted to shake him, slap him, yell at him….I felt bad for him and mad at him at the same time. I didn’t hate it but there wasn’t much love. – Dawn to Dusk