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Black John John Carey is just out of rehab and dying inside when he gets word that Tory the guy who loved him and broke him has removed himself from the world in the most bitter way possible and left John to c

  • Title: Black John
  • Author: Amy Lane
  • ISBN: 9781632165527
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • John Carey is just out of rehab and dying inside when he gets word that Tory, the guy who loved him and broke him, has removed himself from the world in the most bitter way possible and left John to clean up his mess.Forced back to his hometown in Florida, John s craving a hit with every memory when he meets Tory s neighbor Spacey and judgmental, Galen Henderson has beenJohn Carey is just out of rehab and dying inside when he gets word that Tory, the guy who loved him and broke him, has removed himself from the world in the most bitter way possible and left John to clean up his mess.Forced back to his hometown in Florida, John s craving a hit with every memory when he meets Tory s neighbor Spacey and judgmental, Galen Henderson has been rotting in his crappy apartment since a motorcycle accident robbed him of his mobility, his looks, and his boyfriend all in one mistake Galen s been hiding at the bottom of an oxy bottle, but when John shows up, he feels obligated to help wade through the wreckage of Tory s life.The last thing John needs is another relationship with an addict, and the last thing Galen wants is a conscience Both of them are shocked when they find that their battered souls can learn from and heal one another It doesn t hurt that they re both getting a crash course on how growing up and getting past your worst mistakes sure beats the alternative and that true love is something to fight to keep if your lover is fighting to love you back.

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    1. Heather K (dentist in my spare time) on said:

      *3.5 stars*Drug addictions, pornography, family drama, abandonment issues yup, you guessed it! It's the latest installment in Amy Lane's "Johnnies" series!I will always have a soft spot for this series. Dex in Blue was one of my first M/Ms, and so these books are like my M/M homecoming. They are ANGSTY and weighty but I like being put through the ringer sometimes. I think fans of the other Johnnies books will really love this one. It rectifies some of the mistakes that Ethan in Gold made, IMO. I [...]

    2. Catherine on said:

      Oh fuck. I may as well just hand Amy Lane my bleeding heart on a platter right now.

    3. Kaje Harper on said:

      This is the fourth book in a favorite series for me. I do recommend reading in order - book 1, Chase in Shadow, is a very favorite read for me. John ended the previous (somewhat overlapping time frame) three books as a bad guy, a man who sold out his best friend to a drug-dealing ex in order to pay for his addiction. But in this book, John's pain and his backstory are there to move him slowly from bad guy to "it's complicated" to a sympathetic figure, a man who deserves another chance. There is [...]

    4. Eva on said:

      Great final chapter of wonderful seriesBLACK JOHNI like my John better than one on the cover. His story was amazing Review to comehere

    5. ☆ Todd on said:

      I'm kinda, sorta addicted to Amy Lane's books. Yes, there I said it.I'd read and loved the first three books of the "Johnnies" series and was really excited to see that the fourth book was coming out, so I jumped on this advanced copy like a cat on a rat.Or something like that. : )The first three books were full of all types of action and adventure and, for the most part, there was never a dull moment. Conflict, tons of sexy adventures and angst galore, hot and steaming off the grill.So as I beg [...]

    6. Adam on said:

      I'd been looking forward to John's story ever since his meltdown in Dex in Blue. It was every bit the angst-fest-with-a-happy-ending that makes the Johnnies books one of my favourite series!Just out of rehab, John has to return to his old hometown to deal with the death of his first love, Tory. Tory and John had grown up together, made porn together and were even kicked out of their homes together. Unable to handle his family's rejection, Tory turned to drugs and sex. His addiction eventually fo [...]

    7. Vanessa North on said:

      I can't really give a full review of this book without spoilers, so you know, not gonna do that. :) but i will say i recommend for fans of Amy's Johnnies series, those who enjoyed her serial last year, etc. Amy has a unique, lyrical voice so different from many in our genre, and if you are, like me, a fan of her voice and her other work, you will likely enjoy this as much as I did.I don't recommend reading this as a standalone--i feel it works best knowing the backgrounds of the supporting cast, [...]

    8. MLE on said:

      I'm having a hard time reviewing this because the drug problem where I live is pretty serious. No, I'm not kidding.Yes, Maine is beautiful.We still have drugs.Lots of drugs.I don't think I know anyone who hasn't been involved with or affected by someone with a serious drug problem. My younger sister has a friend. They have been friends since they were kids. Her friend lost her sister in her early 20's to a drug overdose. I babysat for both girls when they were little. It was awful.So I appreciat [...]

    9. Debra on said:

      3.5 starsWhile this book definitely redeemed John and had me forgiving him for his behavior in Dex in Blue, I found myself struggling with the relationship part of the story. I liked both John and Galen, and understood the fast friendship born out of shared circumstances, but it took me a long time to get invested in them as a couple. I did want them together and happy by the end of the story, and I was completely on board with the way things played out, I just felt like I was missing something. [...]

    10. Jewel on said:

      ​Black John is about forgiveness and atonement. Forgiving yourself for being far less than you wanted to be​, for making the most monumental mistakes​, and​ forgiving yourself and others for not being stronger. It's also about atoning for the wrongs committed against those you love and who love you. It's about finally figuring out that you deserve love.John Carey has been running Johnnies for well over a decade. He built the business originally with his boyfriend Tory, but Tory was broke [...]

    11. Alvin on said:

      Okay, I want to like to this. But unfortunately, I can't. It was not easy for me to understand John or Galen. And I was not easily convinced in their romance. It took me more than halfway through the story for me to like them. The story, oh gosh, a lot of it was John's memory of Tory, his first love. Which I ended up not really caring of. The timeline. This was set at the same time setting as the previous books, which irritated me. Do four people in the same circle find love all at the same time [...]

    12. Samantha on said:

      LIFE HAS BEEN MADE. A NEW JOHNNIES BOOK!---4.5 rounded up.Review Now Available @ Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words

    13. Cadiva on said:

      Well Amy Lane you just broke me with this one. John has been there in all the other stories, founder of Johnnies and last seen heading into rehab after making one of his most stupid decisions when he agreed to the demands of Dex's ex Scott to schedule a scene with the pair of them, knowing Dex was now in love with Kane and not doing porn any more, because he owed Scott a massive amount for supplying him with coke.As a character there in the background, we've not really seen much of what happened [...]

    14. Ele on said:

      4.5 starsFirst of all, if addiction and situations related to it are a trigger for you, i think you 'd better not read this.This is the story of John, owner of Johnnies-drug addict- douchebag , and Galen ,drug addict as well.I won't say how they met because i don't want to spoil things.There wasn't much steam and sex in this book and that was ok with me.The two MCs are two people damaged who manage to save each other and become better men.“You… you’d spent your whole life being second, thi [...]

    15. Aerin on said:

      4.5 StarsEvery time I start a new Amy Lane book, I prepare myself to have my heart ripped out, because nobody writes angst like Amy does. I swear I can still FEEL her books a year later. Black John is book 4 in the Johnnies series, and while all the books are wonderful and you shouldn’t miss out on them, this could definitely be read as a standalone. I am happy to say this wasn’t quite as dark as the previous books. I mean there was definitely plenty of angst, but I’m proud to say I only m [...]

    16. Sandra on said:

      Although Dex in Blue is still my all-time favorite, this is a nice addition to the Johnnies series. John is the slightly older (35) guy who runs Johnnies, so he's not a 'sex-object' the way the younger guys/porn stars are. But that's no reason he can't be sexy. He finds a lover who reminds him that he is attractive and there are many things to love about him. I liked this story line, him building himself back up after what amounts to a life-long bad (borderline emotional abusive) relationship, a [...]

    17. TayaJay on said:

      I have decided to not be stingy with my five star rating today. I love Johnny and Galen. The banter between them was just YES!!YES!! Book 1: Still not in right mindset to read it. Book 2: The BestBook 3: *sigh* Book4: Awesomesauce read of 2015 and has a place next to book 2 for different reasons. Book 5: Bobby and ??? (You'll found out)

    18. Heidi on said:

      “It’s… it’s the difference between painting rain and standing in it, I guess. When you paint it, you’re breaking it down to color, composition, emotional impact. But when you’re standing in it, it’s all about….”“Dancing in the rain,” Classic Amy Lane and another excellent read.

    19. Otila on said:

      This was not as angsty or as smexy as the previous books in the series but I really enjoyed John's story. I was a little disappointed in the ending. I wanted an epilogue and then I got it so I'm good.lovebytesreviews/2015/02/0

    20. Deanna Against Censorship on said:

      How can an author take a guy who was an addict and a total as----- and transform him into a sympathetic character that deserves his own book. Seems impossible, but Amy Lane did just that. My favorite line in the book:"Okay, so I get it - high concept, simple dick! It's gonna be great!"This is the story of John, the inspiration for The Johnnies. He has a drug problem that is about to severly damage his business, his employees and himself. Dex (Oh I love him) steps in and takes John to rehab. Just [...]

    21. Blue Bayou . on said:

      Who loves a day off to read an Amy Lane book?! I do. I do. I wasnt shocked John could overcome and be more than the dickhead in Dex in Blue. I am currently catching on the to the term 'feels'. This one didn't have the major feels that I have associated with Mrs. Lane. I didn't feel John and Galen's romance as much as I think I could have. It was pretty quick (too quick) they way they fell into one another. Especially with the reason John was there, where John had just been and the issues that Ga [...]

    22. Barb ~rede-2-read~ on said:

      I enjoyed this story but I'm at a loss for what to say in a review. Thankfully I'm not reviewing this one for a blog. I had a few areas of confusion where I felt there was a discrepancy in the story that bothered me. Most were minor but I think if I was beta reading I surely would have been hitting the comment button. Then I also had a few issues related to two recovering addicts helping each other. I've worked in the recovery field and was sorry to see there wasn't mention of a support group fo [...]

    23. Purplegirl on said:

      I love this series. This wasn't my favorite of the series but I still enjoyed the book. Galen and John were good together. It was a little unbelievable with the quickness of their bonding but I could easily let that go. Overall, a good story but it seemed to be missing something but I'm not sure what. Maybe it was not as heavy and downright sad as the other ones.

    24. Sandi ♥'s way too many M/M books on said:

      Im sorry its probably just me. I loved the other 3 in the series this one just didn't do it for me.

    25. BWT (Belen) on said:

      While the players and the setting changes, the game remains the same. Gomez Pugh picks up the narration for the final installment of the Johnnies series, and does it beautifully. Pugh consistently delivers a dynamic and impressive performance. While the other three books in the series focused on the Johnnies set and life in and around Sacramento, Black John focuses more on the characters, on Johnnies owner, John Carey, in particular, and is set mainly in Florida.John has just completed a stint i [...]

    26. Maria on said:

      Amy Lane, sometimes you manage to enthrall me. Now is one of those times. I knew in the beginning that I liked Galen and not so much John, weird huh? But that John and I could be friends, well, I learned to really like both of these former addicts a lot. Stop. The. Presses. Beautiful love story of hope. Getting over the rainbow and once you are there, figuring out how you can live happily ever after. Yeah, it really is possible to stay clean, to stay in love, to stay happy, healthy and whole. Th [...]

    27. Christi Snow on said:

      My Review:The Johnnies series has been one of my favorites in the m/m fiction world, but I wasn't sure about this one. John is the owner of the porn company and he's done some pretty awful things, especially to Dex. But like all the guys in this series, John has some serious baggage in his background which makes him pretty broken. This book centers around John and his childhood friend Tory. They were inseparable since they were 8 years old. They discovered their sexuality together and John's fir [...]

    28. FantasyLiving on said:

      This story was hard. It deals with some darkly emotional content, and those who are triggered by suicide and drug abuse should steer clear. Johnny is fresh from rehab and gets the heartbreaking news that an old lover has died. He flies from rehab to his old stomping ground, where his career as a pornographer started with his first love, to open very deep, very old wounds. Enter drug addicted, accident survivor, Corporate Lawyer, Galen. Exactly what Johnny doesn't need as he packs up his old love [...]

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