Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now by Anais Morgan

18397589Title:  Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now

Series:  N/A

Author:  Anais Morgan

Genre:  Contemporary/Erotica

Length:  Novella (56 Pages)

Publisher:  Evernight Publishing (August 30th, 2013)

Heat Level:  Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 4½ Hearts

Blurb:  When they finally find love, can it survive the scrutiny?

Vincent’s days at work are spent admiring a hot hunk of man flesh named Jason. Unfortunately, Jason is straight—or so Vincent believes. When Jason asks Vincent out to a sporting event, he confesses he’s interested, and Vince has no problem exploring these feelings with Jason. After a night of passion, they decide they’ve held back their true feelings for too long and want to try a committed relationship.

Just as things start to work for them, their boss finds out that they’re gay. He turns them in for on-the-clock PDA and tells their co-workers. Can Vincent and Jason’s relationship hold up against that kind of hatred?

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Reviewer:  Becca

Review:  Vincent is a gay guy who works as a cashier at Fix-It-Up. He’s been fantasizing about Jason, a co-worker and probably one of the straightest guys he knows. Imagine his surprise when Jason invites him to a basketball game one night after work.

Jason is confused about his sexuality. He knows that Vincent is gay and likes him. It doesn’t bother Jason though because he finds Vincent cute. When he picks Vincent up for the basketball game, he tells him. Vincent is only too happy and nervous at the same time to help Jason explore his curiosity.

From their first kiss, they connected in an emotional way. It went beyond sex from their first time together. In no time, at all they entered the puppy love stage of relationships. Like all relationships, they had their problems to face. 

This book has everything I would expect of a full-length novel. There’s love, fear, change, and drama. No story is complete without some type of problem for the characters to face. I was drawn in by Jason and Vincent’s story and the struggles they had to face when their relationship became public. I recommend this to anyone looking for a good read that won’t take them long.