In Dying for You, the third book in the Wild for You series by Jenny Frame, we follow Seb and Lou as they continue to navigate their new relationship. Seb is recovering from a near-fatal car accident that left him with some lasting injuries, while Lou is coping with the death of her brother. As they both heal, they come to rely on one another more than ever before. With obstacles still standing in their way – including Seb’s disapproving parents – will love be enough to keep them together?
For who is this book for ?
This book is for members of the LGBTQ+ community who are looking for a story that reflects their own experiences. It tells the tale of two men fighting to be together against all odds, and will likely resonate with anyone who has battled against family opposition in order to find happiness.
- Frame’s writing is emotive and lyrical, pulling the reader into the story.
- The characters are well-developed and relatable.
- The plot is compelling and romantic.
- The author spends too much time on unnecessary details
- The characters are not likable
- The story is not believable
Learn more about the author
Jenny Frame is a lesbian romance author from Scotland. She writes LGBT+ stories with happy endings and lots of kissing. When she’s not writing, she can be found painting, reading or watching Game of Thrones for the millionth time.
“Dying for You is an emotional and gut-wrenching read. I loved it!”
“Dying for You is a beautiful and poignant story that showcases the power of love and resilience in the face of obstacle. Frame has crafted a moving romance between two characters who are wonderfully well-rounded and realistic.”
“Absolutely beautiful – one of my favorite books ever!”
“This book is a beautiful and emotional tale of love and loss. Seb and Lou are two amazing characters who had me rooting for them from the very beginning.”