My Brother's Keeper 03: The Final Rule by Adrienne Wilder

91fd47S9jtL._SL1500_Title: My Brother’s Keeper 03: The Final Rule

Series: My Brother’s Keeper 03

Author: Adrienne Wilder

Genre: Paranormal, Horror Romance

Length: Novel (261 pages)

ISBN: dRNWLD00000010 & B00J9111FE

Publisher: Adrienne Wilder (26th March 2014)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4 ½ Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: My Brother’s Keeper Trilogy

The town of Gilford has a Big and Terrible secret hidden in the ground.
Infecting those it touches.
Exploiting their darkness.
Consuming their souls.
It’s hungry. It’s vile. It’s evil.
And it wants out.

Book Three: The Final Rule

Ellis and Jon need answers.
What is there to understand?
Why does it have to happen?
And what reason could ever justify losing those you love?

If only there was a simple answer. But the more questions they ask, the farther they must travel into the darkness and the things they see are not human, or even possible.
They are, in fact, Big and Terrible.

The plague is rising in Gilford. To stop it from spreading Ellis will have to embrace his destiny and Jon will have to let him go. Both men must be willing to lose everything in order to save the innocent.

It is, after all, rule number six.

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Review: This story is part of a series and must be read in order. Jon and Ellis are still reeling from the events in Rules Four & Five and in this installment. They finally discover just what the Big and Terrible is. As Jon and Ellis struggle to find a solution to the evil spreading its way through Gilford they struggle with their own relationship as Jon becomes protective. Ellis has to dig deep to confront an evil that terrifies him and Jon struggles with the darkness that tries to trap him, and both have to face the reality of all the rules.

This is a brilliant ending to an incredible story; we get the answers we weren’t even looking for and a closure that leaves us in peace. I can’t stress how important it is that this series is read in order, everything that has happened in the previous books comes to an explosive end in this story, and we finally see the true face of evil. We begin to see all the connections coming to fruition, the death of Jon’s brother, the death of Jon’s friend, his unexpected stop in Gilford and then finally Rudy’s life and death. We see how each part has led to the final confrontation and then we can only hope for their survival.

Jon and Ellis’ relationship is driven to the edge again as Jon tries to shield Ellis from the danger, both men are plagued with fear as they face an unknown and they have to trust in each other. It is hard for both men as they plunge into the unknown but luckily they have a strong ally in George (ex-Sheriff), now, even George is skeptical at first but when he sees with his own eyes the evil that Jon and Ellis have tried to explain he throws his lot in and does everything he can to help them. Seeing them pulling together to face an evil that is seeping into the town is amazing and you see the strength of the characters and their determination to wipe the evil out.

As this story progresses you see a change in Ellis, as he becomes his own man, he becomes more confident and less willing to be told what to do. Ellis clearly wants to pull his own weight and be seen as an asset and not a burden. Jon finally accepts his own faults and their relationship can only get better and better. These men pull the light out of the darkness to keep their love shining it isn’t easy not by a long shot and they have many heart-breaking moments coming their way. This is a wonderfully written story, which has violence, danger, and fear that seep through the pages; there is also a much-unexpected twist that had me torn between grinning like a loon as Karma strikes and revulsion at what Jon and Elis have to face.

I recommend this to those that love stories where love is a hard traveled road, where danger is not far from your door, the evil is not what you expected and where the outcome is very unsure but a happy ending is all you hope for.

Where the World Ends by Kade Boehme

20931353Title: Where the World Ends
Author: Kade Boehme
Genre: Contemporary Romance with a Native American aspect
Length: Novel (162 pages)
Publisher: Loose Id (March 11th 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 hearts!
Reviewer: Tams
Blurb: Will Cooper is a Deputy in the Sheriff’s office of Western Washington’s coastal Gray’s Harbor County. While searching for a stolen vehicle, he gets lost and meets Colin Sharpe who’s a member of the local Native American tribe. The two are attracted to one another but after a run-in with some tribe teenagers that ends in bad blood between the sheriff’s department, Will and Colin’s father, the two can’t think of worse people to get involved with.

When Colin’s father and the tribal council wage a war against Will in the form of a lawsuit with some nasty allegations from a troubled teenager, Colin and Will must face the reality that they have no future. But after running into each other in a more neutral environment, they decide to throw caution to the wind and get each other out of their systems. What was supposed to be one night turns into an affair that neither sees having a happy outcome.

Will’s been hurt by falling for the wrong man before. Can he and Colin put aside the tribe’s prejudices and make a stand for love?
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Review: Will Cooper is the new deputy at Gray Harbour’s Sheriff’s office. During a routine stop gone bad, with some teenagers from the local Native American tribe, Will inadvertently makes enemies within the tribe. He came to Gray Harbour after an incident at his previous job because one, he needed to get as far away from there as possible; and two, no one else would hire him. The local Sheriff took a chance on Will and the last thing he wants to do is let him down.

Colin Sharpe is a youth counsellor for the Native American Tribe, working with the teenagers at the school. After two local teens steal a car, get caught by Deputy Will and the wrong teen pepper sprayed, Colin’s dad and the council go after Will. Colin knows that the gorgeous, shy man he met that took care of one of the teens after the incident instead of locking him up, could not possibly have done what the other teen is claiming.

The elder Sharpe has no love for the white man. In fact, when his son Colin told him he was gay he responded, “Better you be gay than bring home a white woman!” not even kidding. So when Colin and Will start seeing each other, they keep it secret from everyone. It was actually supposed to be just one lust filled night. Both men could get their fill and be done. But the mutual attraction, white-hot chemistry and ability to curl each other’s toes in the bed made it very hard to just walk away. They begin a whirlwind affair that could have disastrous results not just for their relationship, but for their jobs and families as well.
What I love about Boehme’s books is that the reader gets to take a ride through the mind of a gay man who is not afraid to tell you exactly what happens when two young, virile men act on a mutual attraction and an exuberant lust for one another. You seriously need to turn the thermostat down just a notch before reading this book. It is oh so hot and steamy. But there is some enthusiastic writing underneath all the passion. The storyline was engaging and believable, and the character development was sustained throughout.

Boehme is quickly becoming a one click buy for me, just because his name is on the book. Definitely a must read for fans of the genre, but there is that sexy romantic vibe in there as well. My only complaint here is the cover. I think the cover artist was trying to show Boehme’s descriptions of the characters with Colin having that rich coppery skin tone in contrast with Will’s pale flawless skin, it didn’t blend well. But that has nothing to do with the story so no marks off. LOVED IT!!

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Wicked Pursuit by Talia Carmichael

19548378Title: Wicked Pursuit
Series: Bonds of Justice, #3
Author: Talia Carmichael
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novella (91 Pages)
ISBN: 978-1-78184-942-2
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing (February 7th, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Level: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Reviewer: Lisa

Blurb: An unexpected meeting leads two men on a path that will change them both.
Giovanni Murray speeds home after hearing his house is on fire. When he gets there, a man behind him captures his attention. The stranger claims to be there to help, which rings true, but when the man’s persistence causes an altercation between them, Gio becomes intrigued. Trusting his instinct, Gio is willing to explore where their meeting might lead. Now he just needs to convince the man who has captured his interest.
Mercer Nelson knows fires—he’s good at his job as a fire investigator. The fire he calls in seems suspicious, however the man who owns the house seems even more so. A look in Gio’s eyes makes Mercer struggle—should he reach for his gun or kiss him? Even after the fire, Mercer he finds himself at odds with his instincts. He is still captivated by Giovanni Murray and wonders what is beneath his suspicious exterior.
As he gets to know Gio, he realizes that he is as complex as he seems. Despite his instincts screaming danger, Mercer decides to go after him. He hopes Gio can handle it…then again from what he’s seen there doesn’t seem to be anything Gio can’t handle.
When the hunter becomes the hunted, who will win this match of wills in a Wicked Pursuit.
Purchase Link: https://www.totallybound.com/wicked-pursuit

This is book three in the Bonds of Justice series. See the full series listing here

Review: This is book three in the series and you really need to read them in order to get an idea of who the guys are. Although this is the first time for meeting Mercer. Once you get a hang of Gio, you will want to either shoot him or love him. I am more in mind to just want to beat him. He is a very funny guy who loves deeply. He also protects those that he loves with all that is in him. He meets Mercer when someone burned his house down. Mercer tried to stop him from going inside his house and he turns around and knocks him out.

It gets even better when Mercer tries to arrest him for knocking him out, Gio used his gifts and got out of his handcuffs, handing them to him and with a smirk walks off. Talk about some major foreplay. These two are even hotter than the fire burning Gio’s house down. Gio served in the military but has some high contacts, because when people look him up they get this mysterious call telling them to back off.

You can tell by just looking at all that heat that these two are going to set the sheets on fire. You can also tell that they will love deeply and forever. I love the way they are together. They just make you want to fan yourself down. Someone is out to get Gio and Mercer is going to solve this puzzle with everything in him. However, it brings him into the dangers site also.
I love the way this story plays out. You can tell that these two men belong together, from the first signs of jealousy, two the way they touch each other tenderly. Also, the way they are taking everything slow just getting to know each other before they take it any further. There is so many sparks that you can’t wait to see more of them. I loved this story and I definitely can’t wait for another book in this series.

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves firemen, policemen, military men who are retired from it but still has the strength to back it up, danger, excitement and two very hot and sexy men. Not to mention the way the sex just makes you tingle. I loved this book and this author. She always gives you wonderful characters to fall in love with and a great story line that will catch your attention from the start and keep it all the way to the end. It definitely caught my attention and kept it, so much so that I read this story twice.

Everett's Story by Hennessee Andrews

www.bookstrand.comTitle: Everett’s Story
Series: Rough in the Saddle, #5
Author: Hennessee Andrews
Genre: Contemporary Cowboy Romance
Length: Novella (25,634 words
Publisher: Siren Publishing (March 15th 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4.5 Hearts
Reviewer: Tams
Blurb: [Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Cowboy Romance, M/M, sex toys, HEA]
Everett Davis never expected to find his wife in bed with his best friend. Divorce gives him a second chance to be true to himself after hiding his secret desires for years. Pack-ing up and walking away to take a farrier job at the XYZ Ranch lands him in quite a pre-dicament.

Kyle Quinten, the ranch trainer, catches Everett’s attention. The only problem is the fact that Kyle is ten years his junior and has his sights set on winning Everett’s affection. Kyle isn’t concerned with the age difference and wants nothing more than to help heal Everett’s heart.

Fantasies were all Everett had ever experienced. When Kyle blatantly invites Everett to act on his desires, neither will ever be the same. Everett is led by his overwhelming pas-sion for Kyle but fears the age difference between them will eventually cause problems.

Will Everett let go of his hang-ups and submit to the younger man who has fallen for him?
Purchase Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/everetts-story
Review: Short, Sexy and Steamy… very Steamy. I’m going to contact Crayola and see if they can make me a box of SSS crayons, they are my favourite colors!

Everett Davis has been hired on by the XYZ ranch as a farrier. At forty years old he is starting a new phase in his life after catching his wife of over twenty years in bed with his best friend. The relationship was never the kind it should have been, given Everett’s thoughts about other men, but he never expected this type of betrayal. His daughters are away at college so he submits to the divorce, packs up and moves to the ranch.

Kyle Quinten is smitten with Everett the moment he lays eyes on him. But Zander has already warned him that Everett is straight. There is something that flashes in Everett’s eyes though that Kyle catches, want and need. He takes a chance one day on a ride and kisses Everett. But Everett is concerned not only about acting on his hidden desires, but about the age difference between himself and the young Ranch hand. Kyle will not be deterred though, he sets to seduce Everett and boy does he ever. Right out in the open on Everett’s bunk house porch!

The relationship is not without its speed bumps and road blocks though. Everett is still worried about the age difference and how his daughters will react when they learn that their father is gay. Kyle is unwavering throughout, standing by his side, allowing him those moments he needs to think and teaching him the joys of gay sex along the way.

This is my favourite instalment in the XYZ stories thus far. There is a lot of meat in this story with the past and family issues Everett brings to the table. And Hennessee visited all those issues. I as well loved the descriptive and the scene she set at the camp out for Everett’s first time as a bottom. It was honest and magical.

This is a must read series for anyone that loves a man who doesn’t mind wearing Wranglers, but would rather they be on the floor on the side of the bed while he mounts his wrangler!
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Flirt by Mina Kelly

minakelly_flirtTitle: Flirt
Series: Under His Skin, Book 2
Author: Mina Kelly
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Novel (146 Pages)

ISBN: 978-1-62300-614-3
Publisher: Loose Id (January 21st, 2014)
Heat Level: Mild
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts
Reviewer: Lisa

Blurb: Toby’s happy with his life in the small fishing village of Haggenby. At least, he thought he was. When he rescues a Selkie who identifies himself as Flirt in sign language–not so much a name as a warning label, as Toby’s father notes–he’s forced to recognize he’s withdrawn from the world, and the world thinks it’s because he lost his hearing in his teens.

Stung, Toby takes Flirt out on a date, but that attracts the wrong kind of attention from the wrong kind of people: scientists keen to dissect Flirt and prove the existence of the supernatural. Flirt is kidnapped and Toby must attempt a daring rescue if he wants to keep his lover. He just hopes his lover wants to be kept.
Purchase Link: http://www.loose-id.com/flirt.html
Review: I am not really sure about this story. It just comes off as pretty bizarre. I did like it though. It was a bit cute just too short. I did love the way the characters were created. They are so loveable, tender, and sweet. They had the abilities to overcome all obstacles and turn them into rewards.

Toby is a bit of a recluse. Staying by himself as much as possible except when he is with his father. Out fishing, he came across a human, who wasn’t a human at all. He was a Selkie. They can be kept on land if you hide their Selkie skins from them and they are drawn to those who need something. When Toby helps Flirt, he realizes he likes him. More than likes him, he is falling for Flirt. Flirt is falling for Toby also. There is a danger that has been hunting Flirt, and now the danger is there. Scientist that want to cut Flirt open and study him. Toby will do anything to keep his man safe. They both will do anything to keep the other safe, but Toby doesn’t want to lose Flirt.

It does have a very cute storyline that you will like. I love the way that there is a different type of Shapeshifter in this story then the ones you normally hear about. I like the new world created by Mina. She has a gift for storytelling and I wish to read more of her books. This is book two in this series and you should really read book one to get a hang of the characters. To understand the world they live in and where they come from.

Mirage by Tia Fielding

MirageLGTITLE: Mirage
AUTHOR: Tia Fielding
GENRE: Contemporary
LENGTH: Novel (200 Pages)
ISBN: 3978-1-62798-664-9
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press (March 17th, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4Hearts
REVIEWER: Cat
Blurb: When forty-six-year-old washed-up country musician Jasper “Red” Blue looks at the past, all he sees is a series of failures. His one treasured success is six years battling alcoholism without the help of AA. To secure his children’s future, Jasper desperately wants to produce a new album, but he can’t write alone. And he won’t work with just anyone.

Jasper’s record company manages to secure the writer of one of the biggest country music songs in recent history to help write the album. Cade Wallace is a longhaired former soul surfer, devastatingly handsome, talented, and willing to take a chance on the rugged musician. Jasper, on the other hand, is deep in the closet.

With Jasper’s career hanging in the balance, he can’t promise Cade anything, and Cade eventually heads back to his full-time job as a truck driver, taking Jasper’s hopes of a relationship with him. If Jasper’s dream of a life together is ever to come true, he will have to take some big risks, putting both his career and his children’s security on the line.
Purchase Link: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product info.php?products id=4796
Review: Mirage is a story about an older country star that had drinking issues that caused him to wash out. Years later, he is making a comeback. His producer hires a songwriter truck driver to help finish his album.
The story is written in first person, but instead of chapters, we have each man’s view. I really liked this style, since it’s similar to first person, where it’s like the character is the story Instead of the author or storyteller. I feel I get. To know the character better. It’s also a very character driven story, which I love. I liked both Jasper and Cade. Jasper is dealing with being closeted and feeling he can never be himself in the industry he is in and a recovering alcoholic. Cade is out but doesn’t flaunt it and is more comfortable in his skin, yet he has commitment issues. Mia deserves her own story. The dogs are so much fun. Since there were horses, I’d have liked a bit more here.

I have a thing about titles. I like the title to be reflected in the story and was not disappointed. The title shows up about two-thirds in and is carried throughout. I loved that.

I had a small issue with the relationships. At first, it looked like instalove and Jasper and Cade fell into bed the day after they met. But it wasn’t so simple and love wasn’t professed until a ways in. Also Cade’s relationships were strange to me in the fact that he Had sex with Reina, (this was interesting and I’d loved more on Pete, Reina, and Cade they deserved their own story as did Cade and Jet.) It felt as if this was a sequel to Cade to me. But I still followed well. Having said that… I loved that the ex’s were still friends, especially Jasper and his ex-wife. I felt this gave this story a very fresh feel.

I highly recommend this book to anyone that loves country-western singers, songwriters, truck drivers, horses, dogs, complicated relationships, coming out, hot yet tasteful sex-scenes, and an overall great romance filled with lots of interesting characters.

A Couragous Ride by Andrew Grey

CourageousRide[A]LGTitle: A Courageous Ride
Series: The Bullriders, #3
Author: Andrew Grey
Genre: Contemporary Cowboy Romance
Length: Novel (204 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (March 31st 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Reviewer: Tams
Blurb: Aspiring orchestra conductor Marshall is exhausted after months of auditions without a single job offer. Marshall’s friend, Terry, recommends a change of scenery and points Marshall in the direction of a dude ranch run by former bull rider Indigo Santana. Marshall is understandably skeptical, but his friend is convincing, and Marshall needs a break, so he agrees to go.

Indigo captures Marshall’s attention but leaves him confused. Indigo’s confidence is shot after an injury ended his rodeo career, and he walks with a slight limp. He hasn’t been anywhere near a bull since he was hurt, and he’s not the most accommodating host. After all, the only reason he keeps guests is because his family ranch is all but bankrupt.

Marshall’s attraction doesn’t go unanswered, which leaves him with a huge dilemma. He’s torn between the possibility of love, something he’s searched for all his life, and the career he’s worked toward for as long as he can remember, which is miles away. From his side of the fence, Indigo doesn’t see how the ranch could ever be enough.
Purchase Link: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4782
Review: Marshall is just going through the motions in his life, not truly committed to anything, although he wants to be. He is a trained Orchestra Conductor, but audition after audition yields the same results, thank you but no. A recently ended long-term relationship left him in a bad way, as well. He is seriously just burn out and at the verge. His best friend Terry finally convinces him that he needs a vacation and sends him off to a Ranch he’s recently heard good things about.
Indigo is a former bull rider that had to give up his dreams after an injury. He now runs a pretty successful Dude Ranch that is adjacent to Dante and Ryan’s place. {Fans of the series will remember Dante and Ryan from ‘A Wild Ride’, book one in this series.} While Indigo runs his ranch, renting out rooms and offering trail rides and such, Dante helps him out if needed by offering up his mechanical bull for Indigo’s guests. When Marshall shows up on the ranch exhausted but enamoured with his surroundings, Indigo can’t help but take notice of the beautiful man.
The two men are polar opposites, but they still manage to fall fast and hard for each other. Marshall sees something so lyrical in everything about Indigo. Whether it is his movements, his voice, a sexy moan or a deliberate groan. And Indigo sees the independence and exuberance that simmers beneath the surface anytime he’s with Marshall. Love at first sight doesn’t even begin to describe these two. But is a passionate love for each other enough to give up something that either of them has worked toward for as long as they can remember?
I really liked the musicality in this story. Marshall’s life is music, he’s a Conductor, and so he translates the most mundane of movements and words into a song. And Indigo is his grand masterpiece. The rough and rugged cowboy that is most comfortable riding horseback under the stars, coupled with the gentle conductor that takes his violin on vacation was the perfect blend of delicate and passionate heat. Ah but then there is a scratch in the vinyl. Marshall’s ex no longer wants to be an ex, and one of those tryouts finally calls back. When given a choice between his dreams and the possibility of a life and love on the ranch with Indigo, what will he choose?
What I adore about Andrew Grey and look forward to with every new read is his ability to show vulnerability in his characters. The writing is always steady and the storylines flow like water. Of course, sometimes there is the rise and fall, like a wave.
Do I recommend this book? Two words… one click! And while this is the third book in a series, and I always recommend reading series in order, this book does have legs to stand on its own.
Link to Tams review of ‘A Wild Ride’ book 1 in The Bullriders series: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/583056959?book_show_action=false
Link to Tams review of ‘A Daring Ride’ book 2 in The Bullriders series: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/717584854?book_show_action=false
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If it Drives by Aleksandr Voinov and L.A. Witt

IfItDrives_500x750Title: If It Drives
Series: Market Garden #7
Author: Aleksandr Voinov & L.A. Witt
Genre: Erotic Romance / BDSM
Length: Novel (221 pages)
ISBN: 9781626491083
Publisher: Riptide Publishing (March 31st 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5Hearts
Reviewer: Thommie
Blurb: If it flies, drives, or fornicates, it’s cheaper to rent it.
After driving James Harcourt, his wealthy banker boss, around for a year and a half, Cal isn’t surprised by much anymore. Not even James’s regular trips to Market Garden, London’s most elite gay brothel.

But when James leaves the Garden alone one night and turns to Cal instead, Cal’s floored. After crushing on his boss for ages, it’s his wet dream come true . . . until the awkward morning after. Cal still has a job to do, but he wants to offer more. Yet James doesn’t take him up on it; he keeps Cal at arm’s length and continues his chauffeured jaunts to Market Garden.
As Cal learns what James needs from the rentboys, he tries to fill that need himself. But there’s more to James’s penchant for rentboys than Cal realizes, and it may be one role that Cal can’t fill without overstepping his duty.

Purchase Link: http://www.riptidepublishing.com/titles/if-it-drives
Review: What a superb book. When it comes to erotic writing this particular team of authors create magic so sublime you wish you never get out in real world again, and simply drown in the erotic fantasies. Yes, I’m left wanting more, the craving getting only worse with each new instalment, the addiction painful when forced to wait. There are many thing about this book that drive me crazy, but the fact that this is one of the best written erotic series ever remains a constant.

This time around, we have the chauffeur kink in all its glory. But it’s not that simple; the way this story starts, evolves and ends will definitely take you through a range of emotions. James, a God in the financial world, is always in control and struggling to maintain an image. With his marriage ruined recently and the stress of the job constantly on his shoulders, his only outlet is the Market Garden. However, one night even the Market doesn’t have what he looks for.

Enter Cal, James’s driver; harboring a huge crush for his employer is bad, being forced to see him with rentboys is even worse, but when James invites him for coffee in the house after returning from a fruitless hunting trip down the Market Garden, things go wild. It’s simultaneously the best thing ever and a living Hell after. The fact that Cal wants to help James with his inner struggles and take care of him makes things even more complicated. In his strive to be what James needs, Cal seeks help… from the only guy he knows that can give it to him… Nick!

May I please take this chance to take a short break and scream the fan-girl screams for Nick! You remember Nick right? Nick the sadist/Dom? Nick, the god of everything evil/wicked. Nick, who stopped being a rentboy in order to have a relationship with Spencer? Oh my God, that was the best surprise from this installment. I was so happy to be having Nick back I was screaming for a good couple of minutes. And of course, his appearance did not disappoint.

So, back to this book, it pretty much resembles the others in style; a captivating plot that picks up and doesn’t let go at all. There are no lows in pace here; it’s rather a steady inclination until it reached to exploding point, and then it simply goes and melts you with its closure. Erotic fantasies that take your breath away and leave you wanting, longing, lusting… The characters are unique as well; their treats and personality don’t resemble past characters at all and that makes for a refreshing cast, enticing you to read their story not just because they’re hot and sexy – that they are – but because they are in fact interesting as people.

The relationship part is a struggle for both Cal and James, and takes them a while to overcome, but during that time, we are treated to exquisite scenes that make you literally go crazy. The BDSM approach this time is not as heavy as it was between Nick and Spencer (they were an S/M couple after all), the allure now is even bigger because Cal is what we call a Service Top, a person who adapts to his sub’s needs, and OMG! I found him extremely fascinating.

What else? I keep searching for words to describe what a great time I had reading this book, but I’m failing miserably. In the end all I can tell you is that I had a smile and a grin attached to my face from the very first line till the last one, and this book was exactly what I needed and a great deal of fun. Strongly Recommended!