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Ruari Byrne may not have had an easy life, but now he’s determined to live in the present, not his past. Trouble is, it’s hard to be independent when you’ve no money and no qualifications. All Ru knows is horses, and when he finds out that his beloved Joni and Cookie are off to auction, his heart is in his throat. How can he protect them if he can’t even look after himself Ruari Byrne may not have had an easy life, but now he’s determined to live in the present, not his past. Trouble is, it’s hard to be independent when you’ve no money and no qualifications. All Ru knows is horses, and when he finds out that his beloved Joni and Cookie are off to auction, his heart is in his throat. How can he protect them if he can’t even look after himself? Jasim bin Rajhi hadn’t intended to buy two working mares; the horses in his rarefied life are priceless polo ponies, but there’s something that intrigues him about the guileless young man who’s so concerned for their welfare. They might be worlds apart in every way, but Jasim doesn’t want this to be the last time he sees Ru. It can’t be because Ru might just be the one he’s been waiting for. Reunited at Jasim’s polo grounds, the pair bond over lives lived in darkness and secrecy. But there’s a truth about Jasim that should make Ru bolt like his beloved horses. Jasim knows he should let Ru go for his own safety, and yet it feels like happiness might be within their grasp. Can they overcome their pasts and trust in a future, or will Jasim’s obligations forever have a hold on him? Warning: contains references to past abuse and paid-for sex, physical violence and abduction. There is one oblique reference to suicide. But no horses were harmed in the making of this tale :)


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Ruari Byrne may not have had an easy life, but now he’s determined to live in the present, not his past. Trouble is, it’s hard to be independent when you’ve no money and no qualifications. All Ru knows is horses, and when he finds out that his beloved Joni and Cookie are off to auction, his heart is in his throat. How can he protect them if he can’t even look after himself Ruari Byrne may not have had an easy life, but now he’s determined to live in the present, not his past. Trouble is, it’s hard to be independent when you’ve no money and no qualifications. All Ru knows is horses, and when he finds out that his beloved Joni and Cookie are off to auction, his heart is in his throat. How can he protect them if he can’t even look after himself? Jasim bin Rajhi hadn’t intended to buy two working mares; the horses in his rarefied life are priceless polo ponies, but there’s something that intrigues him about the guileless young man who’s so concerned for their welfare. They might be worlds apart in every way, but Jasim doesn’t want this to be the last time he sees Ru. It can’t be because Ru might just be the one he’s been waiting for. Reunited at Jasim’s polo grounds, the pair bond over lives lived in darkness and secrecy. But there’s a truth about Jasim that should make Ru bolt like his beloved horses. Jasim knows he should let Ru go for his own safety, and yet it feels like happiness might be within their grasp. Can they overcome their pasts and trust in a future, or will Jasim’s obligations forever have a hold on him? Warning: contains references to past abuse and paid-for sex, physical violence and abduction. There is one oblique reference to suicide. But no horses were harmed in the making of this tale :)

30 review for Waiting for Ru

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sheri

    Hurt-Comfort, Comfort-Hurt, Comfurt...yes, all require hugs. I want them to hug and I want to hug them. Can we just have hugs all around? Elsborg delivers another powerful addition to the Unfinished Business series and Give Yourself Away has suddenly surged to the top of my 'need to read' list. You see, there is important history here with chains and skeletons. Neither Ru nor Jasim is free from their haunting past but both long to break away. And if favors are finally being dealt, they'd do just Hurt-Comfort, Comfort-Hurt, Comfurt...yes, all require hugs. I want them to hug and I want to hug them. Can we just have hugs all around? Elsborg delivers another powerful addition to the Unfinished Business series and Give Yourself Away has suddenly surged to the top of my 'need to read' list. You see, there is important history here with chains and skeletons. Neither Ru nor Jasim is free from their haunting past but both long to break away. And if favors are finally being dealt, they'd do just about anything to shatter their shackles and create new bonds together. If only wishes really came true... Speaking of wishes, I have a pocket full for the characters in this series. They feel so real to me. I think of them often. I worry about them. I wonder what they’re doing. And most importantly, I want the best for them. Ru soared to the top of my favorite list. I must admit that I felt “Jonty” vibes coming from him. It wasn’t overwhelming or twin-like but I would consider his personality and nuances cousin-like to Mr. Bloom. Since I absolutely adore Jonty with every inch of my heart, this was no problem for me. Jasim on the other hand doesn’t make it easy to fall for him. His stoic face and glacial heart are sure to ruffle some feathers…if taken at face value that is. He keeps everyone at arm’s length, pushing if necessary. He doesn’t do intimacy. Heck, he doesn’t do relationships. He can’t. His world isn’t simple or carefree. I hate to leave you hanging, but I can’t tell you why. *whispers* but it’s…no joke. My tummy hurts thinking about it. Both men have been bound, against their will, and have modest wishes. Jasim has wealth, success, and fame. But beneath the shiny surface misery consumes him. He’s ashamed of his past and can’t see any spark of happiness in his future. When Ru captures his attention he finds himself in uncharted territory. He wants to help the young man. He wants to protect the innocence radiating from Ru. He wants to teach him the joys of flesh upon flesh. And more than anything, he wants to decipher the puzzle that is Ruari Byrne. Polo is not a sport I'm familiar with and I enjoyed the excitement and intensity it brought to the pages. Elsborg has a worn groove straight through my chest and she stayed the course with this emotional strike and double smash. Because… Ru. I was intrigued with his story when he’s introduced in A Long Way Back but I had no idea. I was clueless about the abuse he suffered. I am mystified how he survived with his bright spirit intact. After his ‘rescue’ he was tossed back into society. He doesn’t want to be a burden. What he wants is to claim the path to the future he never allowed himself to dream of. But without money and the apparent skills necessary to work, he’s lost. There’s a LOT he must learn, but he’s willing and keen to tackle any obstacle. Sadly, it’s more than a stumbling block or two. He is awkward and the ranch hazing becomes bullying and swiftly turns into terrorization. I don’t think I’ve ever burned with a need so great as my desire to reach into my kindle and throttle someone before Mike. Ugh. He makes my blood boil. And yet, Ru pulls himself up and stands tall every time I saw red. Which only made my anger melt into admiration. I want to gush about special horses and swim lessons and first dates and…gahhhh, so much more! But I will leave some of the magic for you to discover. Ru is so special and I am certain you will agree. Beware of: There is a history of abuse on both sides…both left a lump in my throat. An imbalance of age and experience…which means nothing when it comes to love. And the beautiful reminder that all creatures are capable of love…even crows. This book is for: If you’re looking for a story with sharp edges and a full heart, I would love for you to meet Ru and his prince. Although who saves who might remain a mystery.

  2. 4 out of 5

    *J* Too Many Books Too Little Time

    I enjoyed this one despite the cloud of doom that lingered throughout the whole book. My heart BROKE for Ru. All I wanted to do was just give him a hug and never let go. And tell him everything would be okay. And then I wanted to go punch Mike in the nuts. Thankfully BEs trademark banter helped to lighten things up some. I enjoyed the polo, the horses, Jasim and especially his friends Newt and Leigh. Is this series over? I hope not!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Trio

    Absolutely Lovely! Review to come...

  4. 5 out of 5

    ML

    I wish this book was more like a Jonty book but sadly it was not. This book was REALLY long. WAY too long. The Mike bully parts I definitely could have done without. They were grotesque. Why was that even in this book? Why abuse Ru, a traumatized character already, with this incessant bullying. UGH. He was bullied through the whole book. Beaten, verbal abuse and it really put me off this author. Will never read a non Jonty book again. Mike, the bully, could have been trampled by a horse but NO h I wish this book was more like a Jonty book but sadly it was not. This book was REALLY long. WAY too long. The Mike bully parts I definitely could have done without. They were grotesque. Why was that even in this book? Why abuse Ru, a traumatized character already, with this incessant bullying. UGH. He was bullied through the whole book. Beaten, verbal abuse and it really put me off this author. Will never read a non Jonty book again. Mike, the bully, could have been trampled by a horse but NO he was just fired with *gasp* no reference to be given. Epic eye roll 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 There should have been a stronger TW. Like the MC gets beat throughout book. Be aware. Why did I even finish this? I did want to see if Jasim became a better person. He does eventually. Ru and Jasim’s romance was a bit off. Their chemistry felt forced to me. I thought for sure this would end badly when one of them almost died in THE hospital but all survived and there’s an HEA.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I was interested in Ru's story after seeing all he went through in A Long Way Back. His young life was basically stolen from him and he is now in a new world with limited skills, resources, and support. But he does know a lot about horses even if he is sure his dream of being an equine vet is impossible. But he is smart, determined, caring, and in need of a break. Jasim bin Rajh is a Saudi Arabian Prince living in the UK. He plays polo and runs an elite stable. He focuses his life on polo and ot I was interested in Ru's story after seeing all he went through in A Long Way Back. His young life was basically stolen from him and he is now in a new world with limited skills, resources, and support. But he does know a lot about horses even if he is sure his dream of being an equine vet is impossible. But he is smart, determined, caring, and in need of a break. Jasim bin Rajh is a Saudi Arabian Prince living in the UK. He plays polo and runs an elite stable. He focuses his life on polo and other pursuits, but relationships are a sore subject. He is unable to live his life free of judgment. He has mercy on Ru at an auction and ends up giving his favorite horses a new home. And soon he ends up providing work and a home for Ru as well. The attraction between them should be ignored and resisted. Jasim's culture does not accept gay people and it is dangerous. His past has taught him not only to be wary, but frightened of consequences. This is about trust, bravery, facing the past, fighting for the future, and pursuing dreams. Ru is such a plucky, optimistic, caring young man. He has this innocence about him due to his sheltered upbringing but he is also intuitive and wise in other ways. Jasim is a man who has been stuck living a half-life due to fear. He is older, experienced, rich, and respected. But it takes Ru to challenge and push him to want to be his true self and ask for more. They are opposites that fit like missing puzzle pieces. There is a lot about polo in this one which is one thing I knew nothing about but it adds some intensity. There were some side characters I hated and some others that I really loved. I loved getting a bit more with Tay and Ink. I did not read Give Yourself Away where Jasmin was first introduced but I was able to follow the story enough with what the author included. I love that two characters with troubled pasts from two different books had a chance to find their HEA. Follow Me: Blog: Reviews by Tammy & Kim (Rachel and Jay) | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

  6. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    This author certainly knows how to weave a story that had me enthralled from the very beginning. It’s multilayered with strongly developed characters and lots of feels. I went from sneaky little tears to laughing out loud to smiling ridiculously and then back again. Ru and Jasmin have both conquered circumstances that should have broken them and although not an easy path, they managed to grow stronger together to be able love and live authentically. It was an absolute joy watching Ru emerge into This author certainly knows how to weave a story that had me enthralled from the very beginning. It’s multilayered with strongly developed characters and lots of feels. I went from sneaky little tears to laughing out loud to smiling ridiculously and then back again. Ru and Jasmin have both conquered circumstances that should have broken them and although not an easy path, they managed to grow stronger together to be able love and live authentically. It was an absolute joy watching Ru emerge into a confident, and sometimes cheeky young man whilst slowly dismantling the self imposed wall around Jasmin’s heart. All of this plays out in the elite world of professional polo. A sport I’m not overly familiar with but the descriptive writing had me cheering along from the sidelines. I found this to be a very engaging and enjoyable book with a great cast of main and secondary characters. It’s a slow burn(ish) age gap romance with a bit of angst, a bit of steam and a well deserved HEA for two very likeable main characters.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sheena

    I read this on the back Give Yourself Away, which I read so I'd know Jasim's story. Going in I wasn't sure about Jasim, consent is a big thing for me and I wasn't sure if I could forgive him for his part in what happened to Caleb. However, most characters can be redeemed and I love Barbara Elsborg's writing so was willing to give this book a chance. I'm glad I did because I really enjoyed this. It's been a while since I read Long Way Back and didn't really remember Ruari, but it all came back to I read this on the back Give Yourself Away, which I read so I'd know Jasim's story. Going in I wasn't sure about Jasim, consent is a big thing for me and I wasn't sure if I could forgive him for his part in what happened to Caleb. However, most characters can be redeemed and I love Barbara Elsborg's writing so was willing to give this book a chance. I'm glad I did because I really enjoyed this. It's been a while since I read Long Way Back and didn't really remember Ruari, but it all came back to me as the story kicked off. I'm also quite glad I gave Jasim another chance too, I still don't know if I can entirely get over what he did but all in all I liked him and felt sympathy for him, which wasn't forced either. With good enough writing most characters can be redeemed, and I think he really did feel bad about what he did even though he saved Caleb in the end (this really is more to do with Give Yourself Away though). I loved how Ruari slowly came into his own, I really liked seeing him blossom and develop into the snarky, fun person he was by the end. Yes, he was super naive but that's part of his charm, I think. He is an intelligent, fun guy even after everything that happened to him. Being with Jasim was good for him, for them both, I think. I loved seeing that relationship develop although I couldn't really see a way for Jasim to be free - which is kind of ironic, I think. I didn't like how Mike pretty much got away with what he did, could nobody else see what a horrible person he is? I mean, he lived with these people and surely, someone saw something. Instead he gets to walk away scot-free when I think there should have been consequences for his actions. Bullies should pay, end of. All in all I really liked this, it's not my favourite of the series - that's still The Making of Jonty Bloom - but this was a nice way to wrap up the series, Ru and Jas deserved their happy ending and I'm glad they got it. I received an ARC of this book and this is my honest review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    ~nikki the recovering book addict

    3 stars Hmm… I stayed up until 3am to finish this, but can’t say I loved it as much as the first three books of this series 🤔 I definitely like Ru enough. Such a strong character. Although, how does one pick up a foreign accent if one does not have contact with locals? 🤨 I think my problem stems with Jasim. I just couldn’t connect with him. The religion isn’t the issue. He just seemed like a caricature of a man and I expected better? 🤷🏻‍♀️

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cyndi

    I am never more torn between happy and sad than I am at the end of a Barbara Elsborg book. I tried to take my time with this one. Soak it in, memorize it in detail, let the characters breathe without my constant nagging, but I couldn't put the book down. Now I've finished it and I'm crying and I can't decide if it's because I'm so happy for the characters or because I'm so sad that it's over. Maybe a little of both? I told my husband that my newly crowned favorite author had done it again, and s I am never more torn between happy and sad than I am at the end of a Barbara Elsborg book. I tried to take my time with this one. Soak it in, memorize it in detail, let the characters breathe without my constant nagging, but I couldn't put the book down. Now I've finished it and I'm crying and I can't decide if it's because I'm so happy for the characters or because I'm so sad that it's over. Maybe a little of both? I told my husband that my newly crowned favorite author had done it again, and she really, really has. I was hoping after A Long Way Back that we would get the chance to learn more about Ru and see his journey to a much deserved happily ever after. Once I learned of Jasim and his connection to Give Yourself Away, I immediately read it and was so interested in how the author would redeem him since he was a character who hovered in a deeply gray area between good and bad. Give Yourself Away is a beautiful book about hope and resiliency, but I think its darkness scares people away. I truly recommend reading it and A Long Way Back before Waiting for Ru. The author did a great job of filling in all of the necessary details, but my previous connection to the characters led to some really heart felt moments that I don't think would have hit as hard had I not already met them and learned their stories. My only regret for Jasim and Ru is their age difference. I want to imagine them together forever, dying in each others arms The Notebook style at the ripe age of 105. Putting 20 years between them seems cruel, but we don't get to choose those things in life, do we? Ru will keep Jasim young and on his toes. Jasim will keep Ru safe and loved. And sweet Bela...no spoilers, but I cried some serious happy tears for both her and Ru and their journey together. I hate to see this series come to an end. These characters will live in my heart for years to come and, if I start to forget them, I won't hesitate to dive back in to their stories and take another stroll along the sandy beaches of Northumberland (which I plan to visit as soon as the world makes sense again). I'm so thankful that we're getting another Jonty novella in September. I miss him and Devan dearly and was a little disappointed that they didn't make an appearance in this book, though it really wouldn't have made much sense. Oh, and also - fuck Mike.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kazza

    Another enjoyable Barbara Elsborg book with characters I hoped would get what they deserved - a lot of love and happiness. Ru was a sweet, guileless character and his love of animals- his horses Joni and Cookie, Bela the crow that came and went and understood and loved Ru in return - was just lovely. I liked Jasim. He was good for Ru and Ru was good for him as well. Timing for the guys and their relationship was everything. Both have complex backstories, with Jasim's future also being on the lin Another enjoyable Barbara Elsborg book with characters I hoped would get what they deserved - a lot of love and happiness. Ru was a sweet, guileless character and his love of animals- his horses Joni and Cookie, Bela the crow that came and went and understood and loved Ru in return - was just lovely. I liked Jasim. He was good for Ru and Ru was good for him as well. Timing for the guys and their relationship was everything. Both have complex backstories, with Jasim's future also being on the line being a (closeted) gay Saudi prince, not something that goes well together. They worked well as a couple. I also enjoy an age gap and there is twenty years between the twenty year old Ru and forty year old Jasim. Barbara Elsborg is good at having extra detail in her stories. Last time it was science, this time it's polo. And polo forms a strong part of this book as Jasim plays professionally and has a property, Benning Park, where he has polo ponies and plenty of staff who look after them. Which brings me to Mike. That arc irritated me. The only emotion that drove was sheer frustration. He just wasn't necessary. The MCs had plenty going on without Mike. I also can't believe how much people collectively turned a blind eye to his behaviour. In real life a "Mike" would have been abusing the horses. If he wasn't in this book, it would get 5 stars. Overall I very much enjoyed Waiting for Ru. I was glad for several outcomes, that I got to revisit a little bit with Ink and Tay. That they got to spend a little time with Ru. Mostly, I'm happy for Ru and Jasim. Oh, and Bela - that was very cute.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lucy

    I had the privilege to receive this story as and ARC and want to tell you about it. I wouldn't get into description of the book or it's characters, first of all because I don't want to ruin the pleasure of discovering it for yourself, and I definitely wouldn't want to diminish the work, my favourite author had put in writing it. This is book about love- strong, overcoming seemingly unbelievable obstacles, pure, innocent in times and amazingly gratifying love. There are the hurt and comfort, the ang I had the privilege to receive this story as and ARC and want to tell you about it. I wouldn't get into description of the book or it's characters, first of all because I don't want to ruin the pleasure of discovering it for yourself, and I definitely wouldn't want to diminish the work, my favourite author had put in writing it. This is book about love- strong, overcoming seemingly unbelievable obstacles, pure, innocent in times and amazingly gratifying love. There are the hurt and comfort, the angst, sometimes so strong that it will make you cry and leave you breathless and scared... And there are beautiful moments of great friendship, the care and understanding that cures abused hearts and souls. And the animals... they are a great source of precious, unconditional solace they provide for Ru, when it seems that his life can't get any worse, they are his escape from brutal reality. I am restraining myself so hard from giving the step by step comments on everything that happened in the story of Ru and Jasim finding their happy and bright future. This book, plunged me in the beautiful world of Barbara's storytelling and I'll definitely will read it again and again.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Reilley

    TOP 2021 PICK As always, Barbara’s words start to flow into a beautiful story that I can not put down. This is another book that I fell in love with. We met Ru in book 2 as he is Ink’s brother. I won’t go through what happened to him as you will learn it here if you skipped book 2. But if you skipped it go back, you’re missing out. . Anyway, Ru is trying to find himself and what he wants for a future. Jasim is a Saudi price and very much in the closet. His life is at risk due to his religion and TOP 2021 PICK As always, Barbara’s words start to flow into a beautiful story that I can not put down. This is another book that I fell in love with. We met Ru in book 2 as he is Ink’s brother. I won’t go through what happened to him as you will learn it here if you skipped book 2. But if you skipped it go back, you’re missing out. . Anyway, Ru is trying to find himself and what he wants for a future. Jasim is a Saudi price and very much in the closet. His life is at risk due to his religion and sexuality. He’s alone and just living life but not LIVING. Until he meets a young man named, Ru who asks him to save his horses. I couldn’t put this book down. From Ru trying to make friends , to bullies, to polo, and love I loved it all. Honestly, I felt like I was right in the book playing Polo, swimming in the pool, and caring for horses. We met some side characters that I fell in love with, I mean really Newt and Leigh are amazing. We got to catch up a little with Ink, Tay, and Dog. What a wonderful story learning to fully live in peace and love and finding what you need in your future.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nese's reads

    I really feel to fully understand the shocking story of Ru's background you need to read A Long Way Back. It's the story of Ru's brother Ink and their astonishing lives. Ruari comes from a Travelers background, so horses played a significant part in his life. For so long they were his only companion and only form of love. But now, all that is lost... His whole life's purpose was to care for horses before they were sold on, now he was like a boat out at sea without an anchor, adrift. He had no wher I really feel to fully understand the shocking story of Ru's background you need to read A Long Way Back. It's the story of Ru's brother Ink and their astonishing lives. Ruari comes from a Travelers background, so horses played a significant part in his life. For so long they were his only companion and only form of love. But now, all that is lost... His whole life's purpose was to care for horses before they were sold on, now he was like a boat out at sea without an anchor, adrift. He had no where to go, nothing to do, he had nothing. A desperate need to see his beloved horses one last time brings Ru to the auction, and to the attention of Prince Jasim. As Jasim watches Ru settle the nervous horses he finds himself fascinated by the young man. He seems to have a special touch with the animals, so the more he watches, the more he wants to keep looking. Just as Ru was coming to accept his fate, life threw him a lifeline, he was going to work on a professional farm, with polo ponies. This vulnerable, honest yet strong young man has to fight for everything. He faces bullies, indifference, jealousy and unwanted attention. He had to learn to live in a big wide world very quickly, but as long as he had his horses he knew he had to stay, also he really wanted to be around the Prince. Rasim is fighting on so many fronts, he is fighting his attraction to the young employee, fighting to stay at the top of his sport, but worst is his fight with his family. Being a Saudi Prince is to be a strong man, never, ever to be seen to be attracted to men. Yeah, only if you want to be hurt, so Jasim has to stay in the closet to protect himself and his fledgling love. How much sadness and cruelty can one person take, my heart broke for sweet Ru, and I wanted to kick the Prince more than a few times. But I never doubted the ability of Barbara Elsborg to weave a tale of angst interspersed with moments of pure love and pleasure, and give my heart what it needed. What an intense, sad yet beautiful story, this is a book that will satisfy your soul. Also I loved Newt, he was so funny, I really hated Mike, that coward and Bela the Crow was creepy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Paula

    This book is AMAZING!! I couldn't stop reading and that's not happened often lately. The stories from Ru and Jasim are heartbreaking and emotional. I loved the pace and development of the plot, just the right pace that I did not feel overwhelmed. And of course the book ends with HEA :) This book is AMAZING!! I couldn't stop reading and that's not happened often lately. The stories from Ru and Jasim are heartbreaking and emotional. I loved the pace and development of the plot, just the right pace that I did not feel overwhelmed. And of course the book ends with HEA :)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Leanne Norman

    I received a ARC of this book which I was over the moon about because I've been impatiently waiting for Ru's story no pun intended since I read A long way back, I would highly recommend reading that first because a large part of his backstory is included in it. (Plus Ink and Tay are the best) I had very high expectations because A long way back is one of my all time favourite books that I regularly re-read and thankfully it surpassed them easily. *****Some spoilers included***** The story starts I received a ARC of this book which I was over the moon about because I've been impatiently waiting for Ru's story no pun intended since I read A long way back, I would highly recommend reading that first because a large part of his backstory is included in it. (Plus Ink and Tay are the best) I had very high expectations because A long way back is one of my all time favourite books that I regularly re-read and thankfully it surpassed them easily. *****Some spoilers included***** The story starts with Ru travelling back to Ireland to speak to the Garda about his kidnapping, he finds out the farm and more importantly the horses are being sold, at the auction is where we meet Jasim a minor Saudi Prince who's there with friends who are looking at horses for their daughter, he spots Ru talking to one of the horses and is immediately taken with, so much he buys the two horses Ru is most attached to and gives him an open invitation to visit them. Ru is then back home with his parents looking for work trying to find a future for himself. When Ru goes to visit the horses at at Jasim's polo stable he's offered a job by him. The early part of the story is Ru trying to fit in and find himself understanding his sexuality while we see Jasim trying to fight his attraction to Ru because of his family and the repercussions facing gay Saudi Prince. Right from the start there's a guy Mike who really has it in for Ru and bullies him mercilessly after one of his "pranks" leaves Ru with concussion Jasim insists on watching over him leading to things coming to a head between them. Despite agreeing to keep their relationship under wraps because of Jasim's family starts it it becomes obvious neither are really satisfied with it, Ru starts to find direction in his career which draws even more attacks from Mike which he hides from everyone. A face from Jasim's past comes back which brings up some difficult subjects which was a part of the book I wasn't a fan of, I did feel like Ru was very quick to accept and understand something that was very dark personally. It's not dealt with in detail in the book and I've not yet read Give yourself away the book where Jasim is first introduced so I can't really say if that was the right thing. It was only a short part of the book and it didn't take any enjoyment away for me. The way relationship developed and strengthened felt genuine and not rushed the chemistry between Ru and Jasim was beautiful as in all of the books I've read by Barbara it's not just a sexual chemistry it's the banter and natural connection that make each couple special and unique not just a reworking of previous couples. There were a few things they had to overcome to find their happy ending that I don't want to spoil too much just to say I really liked the way they both dealt with them and were both brave. Of all the emotional elements of the book the one part that actually made me cry was Bella (Ru's crow) finding her own happiness because Ru had found his. The only thing I really didn't like was that there's reference to Ru looking like or reminding Jasim of Tye/Caleb who was the face from Jasim's past. I personally always really dislike it when a love interest looks like an ex because it feels like a replacement or they aren't over them, while Caleb wasn't Jasim's ex the nature of their relationship actually made me dislike it even more. This is just a weird personal thing I dislike that probably doesn't register with most people and honestly the only thing I'd change, well except someone giving Mike a thump I felt he got off too lightly but it also felt pretty realistic plenty of people don't get their comeuppance. I would highly recommend this book out of a 100 I'd give it 97 and I already know it will be a book I read time and again. Sidenote I'd love another book (or 12) about other gay Saudi prince's after what Ru said,maybe with one of Barbara's lovely Russians she writes.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Nicole Costiera

    Absolutely fantastic read! Once again, Barbara Elsborg had me all in. Mind, body and soul. Each and every time I read this lady, I am in awe of her talent. I always fall head over heels for all her lovable and memorable characters. Her books are consistently unique and educational! Her research and facts about subjects is stellar. In Waiting for Ru, I learned all about Polo and horses. I soaked it all up like a sponge. After reading, A Long Way Back, (which I loved) I was so excited to get Ink's b Absolutely fantastic read! Once again, Barbara Elsborg had me all in. Mind, body and soul. Each and every time I read this lady, I am in awe of her talent. I always fall head over heels for all her lovable and memorable characters. Her books are consistently unique and educational! Her research and facts about subjects is stellar. In Waiting for Ru, I learned all about Polo and horses. I soaked it all up like a sponge. After reading, A Long Way Back, (which I loved) I was so excited to get Ink's brother Ru's book. If you read it, you know they both went through a indescribable nightmare. I had no idea what to expect in Ru's book. How would he cope? Could he overcome his past? I went in blind and Barbara gave me an one epic story. Yes, it's an extraordinary love story, but it's also a story about two incredible men. Ru and Jasim's situations may have been completely different, but their need for clarity and a future were the same. They needed to start truly living for themselves. Both yearned to make up for lost time... Time that was robbed from them. The unspeakable happened to Ru as a child. He grew up isolated from the world with only his animals as companions. He was sheltered, abused and deceived. When his world came crashing down, he was left with nothing, no where to go and no idea what to do. He was so lost, but determined to find his way. Ru captured my heart immediately. Even after what happened to him, he was so innocent, honest and open. I could not help, but fall for his beautiful heart. In contrast, Jasim grew up with everything. A rich Saudi Prince turned world famous Polo player. You would think he had it all... Except, he was running from his true nature. In his culture, his sexual preference is the ultimate sin and brings shame to his family. From fear he chose to live without love or fulfilling his needs. Could he ever let go and live the life he deserves? A chance meeting between the two changed their worlds forever! Just wait unil you read their story!!! Gahhhh I loved them so much. I had butterflies and smiles throughout. Their chemistry and mutual respect for one another was beautiful. I was delighted with how their story played out. This is a brilliant age gap slow burn. ❤ I must give a shout out to Bela! She gets an award her supporting actress roll.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Anabela.M.

    I found Waiting for Ru an intense, compelling and gorgeous emotional ride. The story had Barbara Elsborg's trademark amazing storytelling and like usual, the characterization was thoughtful, giving introspective voices to her protagonists. She also built for them genuine back stories and realistic angst that guided their lives, influencing their choices. Ru's struggles were real and I was in awe with his bravery, even because life continued to be difficult for him. Jasim had resigned himself to I found Waiting for Ru an intense, compelling and gorgeous emotional ride. The story had Barbara Elsborg's trademark amazing storytelling and like usual, the characterization was thoughtful, giving introspective voices to her protagonists. She also built for them genuine back stories and realistic angst that guided their lives, influencing their choices. Ru's struggles were real and I was in awe with his bravery, even because life continued to be difficult for him. Jasim had resigned himself to a life alone, convinced that romance would never be in the cards for him...until he met Ru. They were both lonely and damaged, with ugly pasts, desperate for care, support, compassion and understanding..they found it all with each other, and it was beautiful to witness. There was yearning and vulnerability, strength and intimacy, some very emotional and heartbreaking moments, but conversely some amazingly happy, full of laughter scenes as well. Although it sometimes broke me, I devoured this book. I loved every painful, sweet, loving page of Jasim and Ru's journey of healing, awareness and finding a love so powerful to inspire the courage to choose between existing and living, and to fight for happiness.  

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rin Pet

    3.5 stars rounded up. We come into this story knowing how tragic Ru’s story is. We see his story from inside his head, the stress, the fear over being in a world he didn’t know, but the determination to be his own person. In comes Jasim, a broken, closeted, Saudi prince who becomes enchanted with Ru and hires him to work on polo horse ranch. Their story isn’t a particularly happy one for a good chunk of this book. Ru’s optimism and his relationship with his horses and crow keep the tone of this b 3.5 stars rounded up. We come into this story knowing how tragic Ru’s story is. We see his story from inside his head, the stress, the fear over being in a world he didn’t know, but the determination to be his own person. In comes Jasim, a broken, closeted, Saudi prince who becomes enchanted with Ru and hires him to work on polo horse ranch. Their story isn’t a particularly happy one for a good chunk of this book. Ru’s optimism and his relationship with his horses and crow keep the tone of this book lighter at times, but abuse seems to follow Ru wherever he goes and sometimes while reading, I just wanted him to have a bit of a break. I wish the author included a warning for on page abuse and bullying, not just a warning about the abuse from his past. I think my favorite part of their relationship was the last quarter of the book, when both men really came into themselves. I wanted to love this book, because there are aspects of it that are brilliant and speak to Barbara’s storytelling talent. There was just a connection between Ru and Jasim I was missing. A level of depth I’m used to feeling in Barbara’s books. Regardless, Ru and Jasim deserved their hard fought happy ending.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Ru and Jasim seem to be polar opposites, one having nothing and needing to start his life over, the other rich, powerful, and established. Scratch the surface though, and you find that they aren’t so different after all. I’ve worried over Ru since meeting him in A Long Way Back, and watching him struggle to establish himself without the skills or backing is painful, plain and simple. When he and Jasim meet, they are instantly drawn to each other’s kindness and that spark carries over to their se Ru and Jasim seem to be polar opposites, one having nothing and needing to start his life over, the other rich, powerful, and established. Scratch the surface though, and you find that they aren’t so different after all. I’ve worried over Ru since meeting him in A Long Way Back, and watching him struggle to establish himself without the skills or backing is painful, plain and simple. When he and Jasim meet, they are instantly drawn to each other’s kindness and that spark carries over to their second encounter. I love how deeply Barbara makes me care for her characters, even Bela the crow. Ru’s troubles, his desire not to be a burden to his beloved brother Ink, his frustration, it all just makes me love and respect him more. Jasim is convinced he is a bad man and one for whom life can never hold true happiness, but it is satisfying to see him fall under Ru’s spell, to realize gradually that maybe the situation is not quite as hopeless as he feared, that perhaps he is not truly bad. The situation with Ru’s job feels a bit over the top to me, and goes on longer than I feel comfortable with, but the ending is well done, with no hanging threads. Jasim was a character in a different book, Give Yourself Away. I have not read that book, but it did not affect my enjoyment of or ability to follow this story at all (though I am mighty curious now). I received an advance copy in return for my honest review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Faye K

    ❤ A great start but a sad one as Ru's life was retold to the police once again of his abduction by his uncle an aunt. Trying to find a job now with little education was hard for him. Lots of feels included in this one for Ru as he gets on with life or tries too. I loved reading this book. The chemistry between Ru and Jasim are hot from the start. There's danger when someone has it in for him enough to be violent. includes hot chemistry, dangers, self discovery, virgin, closeted mc, dual povs, and ❤ A great start but a sad one as Ru's life was retold to the police once again of his abduction by his uncle an aunt. Trying to find a job now with little education was hard for him. Lots of feels included in this one for Ru as he gets on with life or tries too. I loved reading this book. The chemistry between Ru and Jasim are hot from the start. There's danger when someone has it in for him enough to be violent. includes hot chemistry, dangers, self discovery, virgin, closeted mc, dual povs, and much more. Ru was back in Ireland after being away to finish that part of his old life. His childhood beginings were bad but having his freind a crow and the horses saved him. Jasim wasn't looking to buy a horse or even two. But when he sees a man passionate about a particular horse he ends up with two. Jasim, a closeted royal prince who plays polo had a connection to Ru when theyd met.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amy Dufera - Amy's MM Romance Reviews

    4.5 Stars Waiting For Ru is a wonderful hurt/comfort romance by Barbara Elsborg. The fourth book in the Unfinished Business series, it can be read as a standalone. This entire series is marvelous, and Ru's story is no different. Ru and Jasmin meet under some emotional circumstances. Ru's attachment to his horses is well developed and felt throughout. Both men have harrowing pasts to deal with before they can truly be together. Ru's a man who has been saved after being abducted. The poor man is un 4.5 Stars Waiting For Ru is a wonderful hurt/comfort romance by Barbara Elsborg. The fourth book in the Unfinished Business series, it can be read as a standalone. This entire series is marvelous, and Ru's story is no different. Ru and Jasmin meet under some emotional circumstances. Ru's attachment to his horses is well developed and felt throughout. Both men have harrowing pasts to deal with before they can truly be together. Ru's a man who has been saved after being abducted. The poor man is uneducated, unfamiliar with regular life, and without any support. In other words, all the feels come out. Jasmin's a Prince who's stuck in the closet. For family and political reasons, he can't be out. But he can't resist the broken Ru. With Ru, for the first time, he's tempted to leave his easy life and live for himself. These two together are wonderful. They definitely shouldn't be together, but they can only fight it for so long. And in the end, their relationship heals them both, as well as bringing them both to life. Their story is full of attraction and an intense connection. Their chemistry oozes off the pages. Their story also includes horses, polo, and some danger. And it's lovely. The writing is wonderful, with extremely well developed characters and a multi-layered storyline. This is not a light story, but as always, no one does hurt/comfort quite like this author. Waiting For Ru is a riveting and emotional romance. This Barbara Elsborg tale is a long, powerful tale that will leave you happy to have met these men.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Higgins

    Every time i read a new book from this talented author i think she can't get it any better, how wrong was i as 'EVERY SINGLE TIME' a new book comes out she surpasses the last one. Barbara's story telling is second to none she just has this awesome way with how she puts words down plus delivers a strong story that will keep you gripped through out. We met Ru at the end a Tay's book and i am so glad that we got to find out how his life got changed after he was kidnapped by his family and kept on a r Every time i read a new book from this talented author i think she can't get it any better, how wrong was i as 'EVERY SINGLE TIME' a new book comes out she surpasses the last one. Barbara's story telling is second to none she just has this awesome way with how she puts words down plus delivers a strong story that will keep you gripped through out. We met Ru at the end a Tay's book and i am so glad that we got to find out how his life got changed after he was kidnapped by his family and kept on a remote farm in Ireland. This books starts a few months after he got away and how he went back to Ireland to make sure two of the horses he looked after went to a good home. A chance meeting with Jasim at the horse sale went even better for Ru as he told a compeling story about the horses and how they were ment to stay together where Jasmin then brought them both and had them shipped back to England. This was a gripping story about two lost souls that just want to be together, but with Jasmin being so far in the closet because of his family back in Saudi Arabia it wasn't looking good for these two broken men. I can't tell you how much i totally loved this book, if i could give it more than 5 stars i would, as Barbara's writing is phenomenal EVERY TIME.

  23. 5 out of 5

    EQUUS

    This is a story of an amazing young man who has every reason to be broken beyond repair but despite the circumstances he is determined to make a life for himself in the world so unfamiliar to him. And it's a story of a mature man who on the outside has everything, but he's almost dead inside, because he can't show his true self to the world and live his life in fullest - it may cost him his life. They meet, and it changes everything - for both of them. I so wish I could say more, but it would rev This is a story of an amazing young man who has every reason to be broken beyond repair but despite the circumstances he is determined to make a life for himself in the world so unfamiliar to him. And it's a story of a mature man who on the outside has everything, but he's almost dead inside, because he can't show his true self to the world and live his life in fullest - it may cost him his life. They meet, and it changes everything - for both of them. I so wish I could say more, but it would reveal too much of the story. You need to enjoy it without spoilers. Just one thing - Bella! I think she's a symbol of Ru's longing for freedom. He couldn't be free himself for almost all of his young life, so his understanding and ability to love, live and let live is amazing. I've never read Barbara Elsborg book that I didn't love. Every character in her books is well developed, her stories are always laced with humor and the effort she puts in the reaserch of topics she's describing is impressive. This book is set in the world of competitive equestrian sports and I can vouch (horses and sports were my life for more years than I'm willing to admit) that she's got everything right. Her men always come with a heavy baggage so make sure you read the trigger warnings. It's not absolutely necessary but I would recommend to read Give yourself away (another amazing story) first. That's where we meet Jasim. You'll be able to understand his character better. Any book by this author is highly recommended. Auto buy for me.

  24. 5 out of 5

    ☆☆☆~Bev's World of Books~☆☆☆

    Dnf @ 20%. Ruari [Ru] is a side character from Barbara's A Long Way Back, and Jasim I disliked in Give Yourself Away, so I knew going into this one that there was a strong chance I wouldn't connect with the characters. I have no doubt whatsoever that the things Jasim did in Give Yourself Away would be fully explained/reasoned away in this read, BUT I wanted to wring his neck in that read so sorry, no can do. Dnf @ 20%. Ruari [Ru] is a side character from Barbara's A Long Way Back, and Jasim I disliked in Give Yourself Away, so I knew going into this one that there was a strong chance I wouldn't connect with the characters. I have no doubt whatsoever that the things Jasim did in Give Yourself Away would be fully explained/reasoned away in this read, BUT I wanted to wring his neck in that read so sorry, no can do.

  25. 5 out of 5

    RjS

    Engaging main and side characters - I was happy to hear Newt and Leigh are going to get their own story. Interesting setting - I didn’t know anything about polo so that was fascinating and I loved the detail given about caring for the horses and the game itself. Ru has a great understanding with animals and his relationship with Bela, the crow he helped heal, is really touching. The pace was good, with lots of incident in this evolving HEA. I’ve enjoyed all of the stories in this series so I really Engaging main and side characters - I was happy to hear Newt and Leigh are going to get their own story. Interesting setting - I didn’t know anything about polo so that was fascinating and I loved the detail given about caring for the horses and the game itself. Ru has a great understanding with animals and his relationship with Bela, the crow he helped heal, is really touching. The pace was good, with lots of incident in this evolving HEA. I’ve enjoyed all of the stories in this series so I really do hope this isn’t the final one!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Solaria

    This writer has done it again! Interesting characters, a story that is exciting, well told and the Polo Circuit is spot on. The pace of the book is just right. I kept turning the pages just had to get to the end. Then I did. No! I want more! You will too. The author paints a beautiful picture of horses, two men struggling for the right to love each other, a bad person you will happily stomp and Bela whom you will not forget. Pick this book up you will have no regrets.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Elithanathile

    Will absolutely NEVER read this book, for ONE very very VERY specific reason!!! Plus, I have absolutely ZERO desire to read Jasim's story, I just DON'T, and I NEVER will!!! That aside: This author is absolutely wonderful though; her books truly are fantastic, so I will DEFINITELY be reading her next one (and may there be many many many books on the M/M horizon)!!! Will absolutely NEVER read this book, for ONE very very VERY specific reason!!! Plus, I have absolutely ZERO desire to read Jasim's story, I just DON'T, and I NEVER will!!! That aside: This author is absolutely wonderful though; her books truly are fantastic, so I will DEFINITELY be reading her next one (and may there be many many many books on the M/M horizon)!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Joey

    My word did this ever give me ALL THE FEELINGS!!! First, this is technically a standalone, but the whole series is something wonderful. Anyway, Ru has some tragedy in his past but he's trying to find his way, and my heart just ached for him, he meets Jasim who is so brisk, but kind. I don't want to give away too much, but angst, sparks, a bully, SO MUCH LOVE. An absolutely lovely read. My word did this ever give me ALL THE FEELINGS!!! First, this is technically a standalone, but the whole series is something wonderful. Anyway, Ru has some tragedy in his past but he's trying to find his way, and my heart just ached for him, he meets Jasim who is so brisk, but kind. I don't want to give away too much, but angst, sparks, a bully, SO MUCH LOVE. An absolutely lovely read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    Waiting for Ru is a beautiful story of two men with horribly wretched pasts. They were both saved by horses, in a way, and it’s their love of the animals that brings them together. The day Jasim buys Ru's beloved horses, both of their lives are changed indelibly. Ru is an amazingly resilient and courageous young man of twenty. He spent twelve years living through what will hopefully be the worst thing he’ll ever experience. Although he despairs at times, overall he has a light, teasing demeanor Waiting for Ru is a beautiful story of two men with horribly wretched pasts. They were both saved by horses, in a way, and it’s their love of the animals that brings them together. The day Jasim buys Ru's beloved horses, both of their lives are changed indelibly. Ru is an amazingly resilient and courageous young man of twenty. He spent twelve years living through what will hopefully be the worst thing he’ll ever experience. Although he despairs at times, overall he has a light, teasing demeanor despite missing out on most of his childhood. Ru is doing his best to survive independently with almost no money, no job, no education or experience, and no home. Ru is struggling to find his way but doesn’t see an achievable path toward the future he dearly wants as an equine veterinarian. His dreams are simple: to be healthy, have enough money not to struggle, and to find a man to share his life with. He wants to be the most important person in someone’s life. His bravery serves as an inspiration for Jasim to make big changes in his life Jasim is a prince in the Saudi royal family. He has been deeply affected by the horrifying views of Muslims, particularly his family, on homosexuality. It has shaped his entire life and represents the worst possible outcomes of homophobia – death, disappearance, abuse, and imprisonment, if not by authorities, then by the family. Horses and polo saved Jasim by granting him an escape to England away from his family. But he’s never far enough from his father’s reach should he step out of line. He was threatened that if he lives a gay life, the punishment will be extreme – likely death. It doesn’t take long spending time in Ru's company before Jasim knows for certain he needs to break free and live his truth with a man he loves. He’s been waiting for Ru, the first man who ever inspired him to risk everything for. He endeavors to help Ru, not just because Ru needs aid, but because Jasim wants and needs Ru, too. Jasim knows Ru deserves better than a secret life with a much older man, and realistically, he’ll always be closeted. Can Ru endure being kept a secret, though? For how long? Forever? Even with as much as he’s enamored with Jasim, the answer is no. He needs to live openly and vibrantly to make up for lost time. Ru and Jasim are lovable, sympathetic characters with a lovely chemistry. Jasim's protectiveness and utter inability to resist Ru made me swoon. He is proud to introduce the completely inexperienced Ru to sex. Ru exhibits an endearing eagerness to learn everything he can, hands (and other body parts) on. He's is an adorable nervous wreck about his first sexual experience, but he’s also endearingly eager. His emotions are tinged with sadness, though, because at this point, Ru doesn’t know if he’ll ever be anything more than a sexual partner to Jasim. Will they ever have the chance to date or fall in love? The secondary cast is outstanding, whether human, feathered, or hooved. Jasim's veterinarian, Leigh, and his charming, down to earth, and hilarious husband, Newt. They are the perfect pair to make Ru comfortable with his sexuality and provide him with genuine friendship. They serve as ideal role models for both Ru and Jasim since both are new to a relationship. It’s gratifying as a reader to see Ru so readily accepted and experience unconditional love. Newt, especially, is a joy. He brings humor and a lightness to balance the story. Other memorable characters are on Jasim's staff, including a groom who is nasty, but well portrayed. Unlike the other books in the Unfinished Business series, the irrepressible Jonty does not make an appearance here, as he only has a loose connection to Ru. Although I adore Jonty and his ridiculousness, he would’ve been out of place in this story, so I didn’t miss him at all. If you’ve read the rest of the series, you must continue with this heartwarming book. Not only is it a standout book on its own, it provides a nice tie-in to A Long Way Back. I highly recommend Waiting for Ru. Reviewed for Love Bytes Reviews

  30. 5 out of 5

    Josh Dale

    If you have read any of Barbara’s books, you are likely to know that she masters the art of story weaving as well as intense emotions in her stories. And if you follow my reviews, you will know that I am constantly amazed by each book Barbara releases. With all that said I find it hard to believe that the first book I read of Barbara’s “Dirty Games” I did not finish. I know I know you are all in shock now. It just goes to show that you should never judge an author on just one book, give them a sec If you have read any of Barbara’s books, you are likely to know that she masters the art of story weaving as well as intense emotions in her stories. And if you follow my reviews, you will know that I am constantly amazed by each book Barbara releases. With all that said I find it hard to believe that the first book I read of Barbara’s “Dirty Games” I did not finish. I know I know you are all in shock now. It just goes to show that you should never judge an author on just one book, give them a second or third chance to win you over. Whilst I love Jonty’s story and he will probably remain my favourite character of Barbara’s for a long time to come. I think Waiting for Ru, is my favourite book in the Unfinished Business series. The author manages to portray Ru’s past in such a deep and emotion way, that I felt I could understand the situation Ru was in. His sole friends were the horses on his uncle’s farm. The love he had for the horses was so authentic. We first met Ru in Tyler and Inks (ru’s brother) story A Long Way Back. Having read both books we truly get to see the damage that Ru’s Uncle and Aunt caused by kidnapping Ru and allowing Ink to be blamed for it. Ru lived his childhood from the age of 8 in isolation on the farm, believing that his family had been killed in an accident. Home schooled, no friends or visitors to the farm, he only had the horses and his crow for company. So when he suddenly finds himself free and alone, he has to learn everything about social interaction, new technology etc. How daunting that situation must be. But to make matters worse the horses are being sold at an auction, which breaks his heart. Determined to ensure they get a good home; he turns up at the auction where he meets Jasim , who is a crowned prince from the middle east. Jasim has his own secret past, as well as being unable to be openly gay because of his heritage and religion, believing that his family would have him killed if he shamed their family with his sexuality. Jasim buys Cookie and Joni, on a whim, because he needed a connection to the stranger a young man named Ru. Initially they go their separate ways, but when Ru turns up at Jasim stately home and polo club stables. To check that Cookie and Joni were being treated well, Ru half expects the horses to have been sold. These two broken characters are fighting to find their place in the world, and hopefully love at some point. The contrast between Ru’s innocence and naivety and Jasim’s darker past but yearning for a free life. Is so well written. The unspoken attraction between them from their first meeting is so strong you just know they will come out at the other side as conquerors. But there are certainly many obstacles in their path, not least Jasim’s family, and his guilt for what happened with a previous sexual partner. (Which is covered in another of Barbara’s books, Give Yourself Away.) not to mention a stable manager who has it in for Ru and nearly kills him. As with the other books you will need plenty of tissues, maybe’s a teddy to cuddle and comfort you. Because you are going to have your emotions twisted, tangled, untangled, retwisted, trodden on, yes you get the picture. But do not think this book is full of misery, because it certainly has his happy moments, especially when the characters get to meet up in secret, and when they are eventually able to be open and share their love with their friends. I really liked the way once they got rid of Mike, the team and their friends rallied round Ru and Jasim, like a family. It was so heart warming and left me feeling all cosy inside. A must read for fans of Barbara’s or anyone who likes to be taken on a rollercoaster ride of emotions.

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