Irrefutable by Jennifer Rose

51b+owxr-kL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Irrefutable

Series: Eternity, #2

Author: Jennifer Rose

Genre: Contemporary

Length: 353 pages

Publisher: Rose Petal Publishing (15 March 2016)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts

Blurb: Fresh start, new beginning, a clean slate…

Brice Taggerty, better known simply as Tag, wasn’t worried about coming out after all these years. Actually, he delighted in the idea of feeling free enough to face who he always knew he was. He didn’t need acceptance, nor was he around to be admired or win any popularity contests. In fact, all he wanted was an average humdrum, mundane life.

After making a successful career out of flying around the world photographing the world’s most beautiful models in exotic locations, he was excited to throw away his passport and plant his feet firmly on solid ground…and find that someone special.

Fletcher Davis, a former search and rescue helicopter pilot, was ready to start his life again. After fifteen years of dealing with danger on a daily basis and his past at long last behind him, he secured a new job flying for a commercial airline and just may have found the perfect place to call home.

What he didn’t count on was a hot enticing neighbor or his past to catch up with him. All Fletcher wanted was a sense of normalcy, routine…and someone special to share it with.

When finally they meet, will sparks fly, fireworks go off, will it be love at first sight, or will their histories keep them apart?

Fletcher’s got his sights set on a certain blond-haired neighbor…and Tag You’re It!


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Reviewer: Prime

Review:  Irrefutable is book 2 in the Eternity Series by Jennifer Rose. To be honest, it can be read as a standalone because I haven’t read book 1. In fact, it was after reading book 2 that made me want to go back to read book 1, Unobtainable. This was also the first time I’ve read a book by Jennifer Rose and I have to say that her writing style is simply enjoyable and just so easy to read, so easy to get engrossed in the story.

The story follows Tag and Fletcher. Tag is a photographer who has been flying around the world for years with his work, but now is starting to want to settle down and open his own photography studio. Fletcher was a rescue helicopter pilot who had lived in England before moving to the States. He takes up a job as a commercial airline pilot, attempting to put his life in England/Europe behind him.

These guys have sexual tension and attraction by the bucket-load, and they are very relatable. They both long for some sort of stability and even maybe love later down the track – definitely something that speaks to a lot of us. They have to battle their own problems in their personal lives, but Fletcher’s past comes to back to bite him, almost losing Tag in the process.

Not that I blame Tag, I certainly sympathized with him when Fletcher’s crazy ex turns up. In the end though Claudios is something of a funny character and I was glad (on more than one level) that he got his own little satisfying conclusion which didn’t include the usual death or jail for the problem character.

These are just two ordinary guys getting their shit together and there is something attractive in that kind of fiction.

Totally loved this and want more (as soon as I go back and read book 1).

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