finding Daniel Miller again at his sisterís wedding, Ryan
Johnston is happily living with him and beginning to have
hope for the future. Then strange, threatening letters from
his parents start to arrive. Can Ryan and Danielís new
relationship withstand the pressure?
Keep and to Love is an incredibly sweet storyómaybe
too much so. I didnít read the first story (and in fact
didnít realize it was a sequel at first), but To Keep
and to Love stood alone well enough that I didnít
feel lost. Ryan and Daniel were both likeable characters.
past and need to be loved made it easy to sympathize with
him. All Daniel wants to do is protect him, but at times
heís a bit heavy-handed. Still, everythingís great until
Ryanís parents start harassing him, insisting he get help or
else. From there, things escalate from mere annoyances to
with To Keep and to Love was that I never had
any real doubt that Ryan and Daniel would be fine, despite
the obstacles they face. Ryanís parents are over-the-top
cruel and donít have a three-dimensional reason to be that
way. While I found To Keep and to Love a bit
too sweet for my taste, other readers will no doubt enjoy
seeing Ryan and Daniel get their happy ending at last.