Advanced Review: It Was A Thursday, by Carol Lynne

lynne-thursdayIt Was a Thursday, by Carol Lynne
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Release Date: December 15, 2015

Rating: 4 out of 5

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I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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It was a Thursday. The day one eighteen-year-old gunman would change the lives of an entire town.

Principal Mark Kurtz loved his school. He worked hard to give his students every advantage in life, but he could have never predicted that on a warm day in May, a distraught senior would commit an unimaginable act of vengeance on his classmates.

In the aftermath of the shooting that left both students and faculty members dead, Mark must deal with his own guilt while trying to help those around him feel safe once again.

Mark’s problems are compounded when an old flame, Lane Warner, arrives in town to help treat the trauma victims. How can he possibly deal with his own guilt, be there for his seventeen-year-old son and confront the part of himself he’s always denied while trying to heal a broken community?

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Book Review: Scenes From Adelaide Road, by Helena Stone

stone-scenes-adelaide-roadScenes from Adelaide Road, by Helena Stone
Release Date: December 1, 2015

Buy Links: Pride Publishing / Amazon

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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Tagline: Can a young man find the courage he never knew he had when faced with losing everything he holds dear?

A few months before his final exams in secondary school, nineteen-year-old Lennart Kelly discovers he’s inherited a house on Adelaide Road in Dublin from a grandfather he never knew. Having been ignored, bullied and abused for as long as he can remember, Lennart can’t wait to leave behind his father and the small town he grew up in. Moving away as soon as he finishes his exams doesn’t cure his deep-rooted insecurities though.

Meeting twenty-three-year-old Aidan Cassidy in a gay club on his second night in Dublin, scares Lennart. Used to being ignored and ridiculed, he doesn’t trust the attention he receives and can’t believe a man like Aidan could possibly be interested in him. It takes infinite patience and understanding from Aidan to slowly coax Lennart out of his shell.

But the past refuses to stay where it belongs and Lennart’s father is determined to take the house in Dublin off his son by whatever means necessary. Just when Lennart is learning to trust and embrace life, a violent attack threatens everything he holds dear. Suddenly Lennart is in danger of losing his house, the man he’s grown to love and maybe even his life. If Lennart wants to protect Aidan and safeguard his future, he’ll have to find the courage he never knew he had.

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Military Short Stories, Week 3: “Live for the Day” by Sarah Masters & “Lifetime Hitch” by Megan Slayer

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This is Part Three of Three featuring military short stories, originally published in the Aim High anthology and now being published on their own. I’ll be posting two novella reviews each week. (You can find Part One here and Part  Two here.)

November is the month to celebrate Veterans, I want to highlight the service men and women around the world who put their lives on the line in the name of freedom. And even soldiers deserve love, right?

masters-live-for-the-dayLive for the Day, by Sarah Masters
Buy Link: Pride Publishing (Nov. 17, 2015)
Rating: ★★★★

Loving your best friend is easy. Telling him you do…well, that’s the hard part.

This story was gorgeous!

Michael is desperately missing his best friend, Steven, who is serving overseas with the Air Force. He’s been secretly harboring a crush on Steven for years, but has always assumed that Steven was straight. But when Steven comes home unexpectedly, injured and suffering from PTSD, he isn’t willing to hide his feelings for Michael any longer.

The friendship and romance here were handled extremely well, as were Michael’s emotions and Steven’s struggles to leave the war behind him. I really enjoyed this story!

slayer-lifetime-hitchLifetime Hitch, by Megan Slayer
Buy Link
: Pride Publishing (Nov. 17, 2015)
Rating: ★★★

Sometimes the best laid plans are meant to be thrown way off course.

Hunter has just gotten home from deployment with the Air National Guard, and is looking forward to seeing his best friend, Ryder, and his girlfriend and two daughters. But things don’t quite go as planned.

 

While I struggled a bit with some of the plot points, like Hunter’s girlfriend breaking up with him by letter when he returns from redeployment (it’s just cruel!), I think Hunter and Ryder’s friendship-turned-romance was really sweet!

 

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Military Short Stories, Week 2: “Venetian Skies” by Morticia Knight & “Search and Rescue” by Jenna Byrnes

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This is Part Two of Three featuring military short stories, originally published in the Aim High anthology and now being published on their own. I’ll be posting two novella reviews each week. (You can find Part One here.)

Today is Veterans Day where I live (and it will be in a few hours in the United States), and I want to highlight the service men and women around the world who put their lives on the line in the name of freedom. And even soldiers deserve love, right?

knight-venetian-skiesVenetian Skies, by Morticia Knight
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Rating: ★★★½

No one wants to lose a love that’s meant to be. Air Force test pilot, Chris Pierce, returns to Italy to discover that second chances are the sweetest.

Second changes at love are a trope that I love to read about, and I think the military base setting is a perfect one to show this, because military often get reassigned and sent all over the world. So when Chris returns to Italy, he thinks that he’s returning to bad memories after his ex-boyfriend said he wasn’t ready for a committed relationship. Instead, he finds that Brandon has been waiting for him, hoping that someday he’ll return.

This story was extremely sweet. Super, super adorable, with two men who really want to be together and are finally getting the chance to do so. I was a bit confused going in, and it took me a little while to figure out what was going on, but after that I was able to really enjoy the story. There is a LOT of sex though, for such a short story, and I feel like we were cheated a bit on emotions and backstory in favor of bedroom scenes.


byrnes-search-rescueSearch and Rescue, by Jenna Byrnes
Buy Link: Pride Publishing (Nov. 10, 2015)
Rating: ★★½

Two parajumpers freefall into a stealthy relationship before considering how quickly it might come crashing to an end.

This is another story about how relocation in the military can affect relationships. Matt is in training to become a parajumper, and his dream is to be assigned to the 58th unit. During training, he meets Drake, also with the 58th, and the attraction is instant. But when Matt’s assignment turns out to be on the other side of the country, some difficult decisions have to be made.

I like the story and the characters a lot, but I think Drake’s character was never really explained. He’s a jerk, and Matt is reluctant for about five seconds before falling into bed with him, but the fact that he’s a jerk is never resolved. I also wasn’t a fan of the sex scenes… the language was just not interesting or sexy to me. But that’s a personal opinion, not necessarily a reflection of the author’s writing ability.

Overall it was enjoyable, but not fantastic.

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Military Short Stories, Week 1: “Possibilities” by T.A. Chase & “Lonely Hearts and Yellow Ribbons” by Stephani Hecht

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This is Part One of Three featuring military short stories, originally published in the Aim High anthology and now being published on their own. I’ll be posting two novella reviews each week.

With Veterans Day approaching on November 11, I want to highlight the service men and women around the world who put their lives on the line in the name of freedom. And even soldiers deserve love, right?

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chase-possibilitiesPossibilities, by T.A. Chase
Buy Link: Pride Publishing (Nov. 3, 2015)
Rating: ★★★½

When Dixon and Carson meet during a hurricane, neither imagined that moment would be the beginning of a new relationship.

While a lot of the smaller details really bothered me, overall this was a sweet story about two men connecting in unlikely circumstances.

What I liked about this story was that it was the start of something new for both men. It was incredibly sweet; Carson (aka “Camaro”) has been crushing on Dixon for ages, but finally gets to talk to him when helping him out during a storm. And while we don’t see their full relationship develop, I love this first glimpse at their romance… the possibility of something more.

I do think the author needed to do more research on certain things (like why would Camaro have several spare alternators for an Oldsmobile lying around in his house?) or leave off specific details. Distracted from the overall plot.


 

hecht-lonely-hearts-yellow-ribbonsLonely Hearts and Yellow Ribbons, by Stephani Hecht
Buy Link: Pride Publishing (Nov. 3, 2015)
Rating: ★★★★

Being apart from the one you love is the hardest thing to do, until you get them back to find they’ve changed…

I feel like this had the potential to be a full-length novel, and I absolutely fell in love with Ross and Aden in this short story! Ross is a para-jumper in the Middle East, and is looking forward to returning home to his long-time boyfriend, Aden. And Aden is left alone, waiting and hoping for a safe return. It’s bittersweet, but also really lovely.

There was a lot of plot crammed into a very short space, so at times the plot really felt rushed. I would have liked to see more about Ross and his adjustment to life back in the US, and his and Aden’s relationship. But the scenes while Ross is deployed were excellent and action-packed, and I think really gave a great sense of what it’s like to serve overseas!


Next Week: I’ll be featuring reviews of Venetian Skies by Morticia Knight (Preorder), and Search and Rescue by Jenna Byrnes (Preorder).

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Blog Tour: Negotiating Love, by Morticia Knight

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Negotiating Love, by Morticia Knight
Series: Sin City Uniforms, Book Five
Publisher: Pride Publishing (October 27, 2015)
Genre: BDSM, Crime/Mystery, Erotica, Gay (M/M) Romance
Word Count: approx. 51,000 words

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Welcome to the blog tour for Negotiating Love, the latest in Morticia Knight’s “Sin City Uniforms” series. This stand-alone romance features two men from two very different worlds, who find common ground in the bedroom. Be aware, this book contains scenes of BDSM and fetishism.

Keep reading for an exclusive excerpt from the novel, and a secret key phrase to use for your chance to win a fantastic giveaway!

(You can read my review of Negotiating Love here.)

Summary:

Can the kinky billionaire owner of Dark Fantasy Resort Casino capture the heart of a muscled SWAT officer with a secret fetish?

SWAT Team Hostage Negotiator, Steve, wonders why he can’t stay away from the spoiled rich Allistair, owner of Dark Fantasy Resort Casino. They have mutual kinks – ones Steve can’t find with other lovers—but there’s something else about the emotionally detached, beautiful man that calls to him.

Billionaire Allistair stays alone in his luxury penthouse apartment at the top of Dark Fantasy, terrified of the real world and of opening himself up to genuine emotions. He takes lover after lover, all of them allowing him to do whatever he wants to their bodies, in the hopes that they can scam something from him.

One night is all he ever shares with a plaything—he knows they only want the money and luxury he can offer them and nothing more. But the down to earth Steve is different. They share the same kinks and are explosive when together. But could the muscled law officer ever want more than the lust-filled encounters that have become such an addiction?

As they grow closer, they discover they also have to find a balance between Steve’s everyday world and Allistair’s entitled world before they can truly find an ever after. They also have to make sure Allistair stays safe. Filthy rich playboys are too tempting to those who seek the ultimate payday—and who aren’t afraid of hurting someone to get it.

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Book Review: Negotiating Love, by Morticia Knight

knight-negotiating-loveNegotiating Love, by Morticia Knight
Series: Sin City Uniforms, Book 5 (Stand-alone)
Publisher: Pride Publishing (October 27, 2015)
Word Count: approx. 51,000 words
Genre: Gay (M/M) Romance; BDSM; Crime/Suspense

Rating: 3 out of 5

* I received an advanced copy of this novel in exchange for a fair and honest review. *

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Summary:

SWAT Team Hostage Negotiator Steve wonders why he can’t stay away from the spoiled, rich Allistair, owner of Dark Fantasy Resort Casino. They have mutual kinks—ones Steve can’t find with other lovers—but there’s something else about the emotionally detached, beautiful man that calls to him.

Billionaire Allistair stays alone in his luxury penthouse apartment at the top of Dark Fantasy, terrified of the real world and of opening himself up to genuine emotions. He takes lover after lover, all of them allowing him to do whatever he wants to their bodies, in the hopes that they can scam something from him.

One night is all he ever shares with a plaything—he knows they only want the money and luxury he can offer them and nothing more. But the down to earth Steve is different. They share the same kinks and are explosive when together. But could the muscled law officer ever want more than the lust-filled encounters that have become such an addiction?

As they grow closer, they discover they also have to find a balance between Steve’s everyday world and Allistair’s entitled world before they can truly find an ever after. They also have to make sure Allistair stays safe. Filthy rich playboys are too tempting to those who seek the ultimate payday—and who aren’t afraid of hurting someone to get it.

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My Review:

There were a lot of things about this novel that I liked, and a lot of things that I really disliked.

My favorite things about this book:

  • There’s a reverse power exchange going on that I didn’t expect. Steve is a SWAT police officer, big and muscled, so stereotypically he would be the top. Allistair is a smaller man, more effeminate, although he’s also a brilliant businessman. But the usual power dynamic says the big guy is the Top, and the small guy is the Bottom. I liked that it was reversed.
  • The emotions! Steve really cares about Allistair, and wants to protect him from anything dangerous. But because he cares so much, he also wants to protect Allistair from himself, and from his probably-unhealthy introvert tendencies. Allistair is super protective of Steve in exchange, but never smothering. He’s there for  Steve, just not overwhelmingly so.

“So what you’re trying to say is that you’re wondering if I might be your chance at love?”

  • There was an actual plot, and danger that drove that plot forward, but the story was all about the characters and the relationship. Even when things are hitting the climatic point, Steve and Allistair worry about the other, and work together to keep each other safe. I love relationship-centric novels!

What I disliked about the book:

  • The writing style was stilted and awkward, especially Allistair’s dialogue. It was less “business smart” and more “robot”. Some of Steve’s dialogue was just confusing, too, especially when he was upset or angry:

“And since you are no doubt quite familiar with my professional life already, I can detect bullshit from galaxies on the other side of the universe, so bearing that in mind– I expect you to be as honest with me as you claimed you appreciate having from me. Is that clear?”

  • The relationship itself was also as problematic as  it was enjoyable. There were times when it was epic levels of cheesy (“Have you gone mad?” “No. I’ve gone in love.”), but I was more upset with how fast it moved. At the beginning, Steve clearly doesn’t love Allistair; they have an arrangement and nothing more. But they go from “arrangement” to “love” in the blink of an eye!
  • The villain. I won’t spoil anything, but I thought it was stereotypical and not very well done. I also think the climax was resolved way too quickly. One second they tension is rising, and then it’s suddenly gone, and I was confused about what had happened.

Final Verdict?

A solid novel, and enjoyable, but with some pretty heavy issues that prevented me from really being able to love it.

Buy Links: Amazon / Pride Publishing

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“A well-deserved treat!” — Book Review: Stand and Deliver, by Scarlet Blackwell (Rating: 4/5)

blackwell-stand-deliverStand and Deliver, by Scarlet Blackwell
Publisher: Pride Publishing (October 20, 2015)
Word Count: approx. 35,000 words
Genre: Historical; Gay (M/M) Erotica, Romance, Threesome (M/M/M)

Rating: 4 out of 5

* I received an advanced copy of this novel in exchange for a fair and honest review. This novel was previously published and has been revised and re-released. *

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I’m not sure that I should have enjoyed this book as much as I did, but it was so fun and delightful that it was the literary equivalent of eating an entire bag of candy in one sitting. Healthy? Nope! A well-deserved treat? Oh heck yes!

Lucien, Earl of Ravensberry, has the looks, the title, the house and all the money in the world. What he’s lacking in his humdrum life of loneliness is someone to warm his sheets at night. When he’s kidnapped by five highwaymen one night, things start looking up. This is the most exciting thing to happen to him in forever.

But Lucien’s life is in danger. Dante, the tough, self-appointed leader of the band, doesn’t have a lot of time for captives and vows to kill him—after he’s used Lucien’s body as he desires. Then there’s Ambrosius, Dante’s best friend, a damaged, reclusive individual who appeals to Lucien from the outset. The feeling is mutual, and Lucien is soon braving a whirlwind of emotions. He had never thought to fall for an outlaw, and he is torn between escaping and satisfying the needs of his heart. All he knows is, life will never be the same again…

First things first, the summary has a pretty serious typo, which is glaringly obvious: there are only four highwaymen, not five. Um, whoops?

Okay, my review.

Look, this novel is cheesy to the max. It’s Regency England, and Lucien is stuck-up and full of himself, with a bit too much money and too little common sense. It’s full of characters getting aroused during inappropriate situations, and kidnappings, and tragic backstories that make the characters Dark, Brooding, and Mysterious. Basically, replace Lucien with a random woman and you’d have your standard bodice-ripper erotica.

But sometimes the brain needs a bit of junk food, and I really enjoyed this book. Lucien knows that the road home from a late-night party is dangerous, but he doesn’t really expect to be robbed halfway to his home. So he fights back… and captures the attention of one of the robbers, who can’t decide if he’s brave or stupid but is intrigued all the same. An impulse decision to take Lucien with them results in Lucien being thrust into the world of the four highwaymen, all of whom are interesting and complex characters.

I will say that there were a few moments that I was less than pleased with. The whole “I’ve been kidnapped and they’re going to rape me but I’m attracted to them so it’s okay” trope is not appealing, and frankly a bit disturbing.

Did the highwayman mean what he thought he meant? Oh Jesus, Ambrosius had brought him to a fate worse than death. And yet… try as he might to deny his own loins, the highwayman was attractive, damn him. He was so attractive that Lucien felt a stirring in his breeches. (ePub pg. 15-16)

It’s not Stockholm Syndrome, it’s a ridiculous excuse for the captive to fall in lust with the man (or men) who captured him, without putting any effort into writing the actual emotions. Lucien being so easily turned on by the men who kidnapped him, right off the bat? Yeah, could do without. Thankfully, this does improve!

There are a lot of plot holes here, but ignore them. Seriously, just turn the logical part of your brain off and enjoy these ridiculous, delightful characters and their ridiculous, delightful emotions. This isn’t high literature, but it sure as hell is a fun read!

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As the story progresses, the relationships really start to blossom into something beautiful. Ambrosius, one of the highwaymen who kidnapped Lucien, has a fantastic backstory that ties into the plot very well. His attraction to Lucien is only physical at first, but they soon learn more about one another, and realize that there’s something deeper between them.

“Now you know what you’ve done to me. I still want you. Knowing what I know about you, Ambrosius, I still want you.” (ePub pg. 94)

There’s also a fantastic side-plot with Dante, the highwayman who threatens Lucien with rape over and over. He’s not just a flat, evil character; there’s a legitimate reason for acting why he does!

For a smutty erotica novel, there’s a surprising amount of depth and character-building here, which made it easy to digest the less-than-literary parts. A really enjoyable read!
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Blog Tour: “On the Run” by Michael Mandrake (Excerpt, Interview, and Giveaway!)

ontherun_pride_800 On the Run, by Michael Mandrake
Publisher: Pride Publishing (October 6, 2015)
Word Count: approx. 50,000 words
Genre: Action/Crime Thriller; Gay (M/M) Romance

Reader Advisory: This book contains the use of racial slurs.

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Welcome to the blog tour for Michael Mandrake’s new release, On the Run! This is the first in the PROTEKT series, which features a top-secret organization that works apart from governments to help those in need. I’m excited to host Michael’s tour here on Just Love today, because On the Run has an action-packed plot and multicultural characters!

Keep reading for an excerpt from the book, Michael’s thoughts on writing gay men of color, and your chance to win a Pride Publishing ebook of your choice!

Summary:

Who would’ve thought that a British hitman would fall in lust at first sight with an American felon? It could become deadly for both.

Aiden Moriarty is a Florida ‘herbalist’ who works with a performance-enhancing drug used by many athletes. One of them is baseball star Ivan Salerno, who was caught using the drug and is now on the brink of getting suspended. Because of Ivan’s connections with a rogue mob boss, Aiden is taken into a witness-protection program, working along with baseball higher-ups until he testifies.

The mob boss, Augustine Ora, has hired former British military officer and his best hitman Devlin ‘Brit’ Crawford to do the job. Ora has instructed Devlin to go to Miami, kidnap Aiden and take him to the local airport to be transported to Havana, Cuba, to be executed by Ora’s top officers.

However, when Devlin receives the email, the pictures of the blue-eyed felon catch his eye and he is moved to go in a different direction. Instead of delivering Aiden to the airport, he has thoughts of taking him away and saving him from Ora’s wrath.

This move puts himself and Aiden, as well as his assistant, Miranda Ashley, in huge danger. Will Devlin keep Aiden safe despite the odds, or will he fail, causing Ora and his men to come after him?

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Book Review: On the Run, by Michael Mandrake (Rating: 2.5/5)

mandrake-on-the-runOn the Run, by Michael Mandrake (PROTEKT Series, Book 1)
Publisher: Pride Publishing (October 6, 2015)
Word Count: approx. 50,000 words
Genre: Gay (M/M) Action/Adventure, Romance

Rating: 2.5 out of 5

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* I received an advanced copy of this novel from Pride Promotions in exchange for a fair and honest review. *

Hit men. Drugs. The Mob. Major League Baseball. It sounds like the plot of a high-budget action movie, and I was incredibly intrigued to read it based on the summary. Throw in two hot men who are instantly attracted to one another, and you definitely have my attention. But I think this novel would have worked out a lot better as just an action novel, leaving the romance behind.

Summary:

Aiden Moriarty is a Florida ‘herbalist’ who works with a performance-enhancing drug used by many athletes. One of them is baseball star Ivan Salerno, who was caught using the drug and is now on the brink of getting suspended. Because of Ivan’s connections with a rogue mob boss, Aiden is taken into a witness-protection program, working along with baseball higher-ups until he testifies.

The mob boss, Augustine Ora, has hired former British military officer and his best hitman Devlin ‘Brit’ Crawford to do the job. Ora has instructed Devlin to go to Miami, kidnap Aiden and take him to the local airport to be transported to Havana, Cuba, to be executed by Ora’s top officers.

The plot of this novel was actually pretty interesting. Aiden initially got into dealing drugs to famous athletes in order to make some good, quick money. The lifestyle of being the personal drug dealer to one of MLB’s biggest stars was enough to keep him from feeling guilty. But when Aiden has a change of heart and agrees to testify, he ends up in deeper trouble than he realized.

On the flip-side is Dev and his best friend Miranda. They’re British assassins-for-hire, and Dev’s next job is to get rid of Aiden before he can testify. But as soon as Dev sees a picture of Aiden, he can’t help but feel lust for the other man, and this kicks off a chain of events that leads to Dev, Miranda, and Aiden fleeing to escape Ora’s wrath.

But there are some serious, serious problems with the actual execution of this super interesting plot. Namely, the characters themselves, and Dev and Aiden’s “relationship”.

Look, lust is find. Instant attraction based on looks? Sure, I’ll buy it. But making a conscious decision to leave your job and risk your life for a man, just because he’s gorgeous? Um….mandrake-elsa-frozen-marry

Mandrake tries hard to make their relationship seem genuine. The issue is Aiden, who is uninteresting and has absolutely no skills. He’s hot. He wants someone rich to take care of him. He’s a sex fiend. That’s really about it for Aiden. Dev, on the other hand, is slightly more complex; he wants out of his job, and he dreams of retiring somewhere quiet to enjoy his life. He’s a big, black man in a world that negatively stereotypes big, black men.

People were always surprised when he said he lived in one of the most affluent spots in London. (ePub, page 11)

I absolutely despised Miranda. DESPISED. I’m sorry, there was literally nothing redeeming about her character. She is, to quote Dev, “crazy like a fox“, but I don’t think that’s a good thing. She constantly endangers their mission, she’s trigger-happy, and she has serious mood swings. This book could have done with 100% less Miranda, and 100% more actual strong, female character.

I give Mandrake credit for writing an interesting plot, and for trying to make sense of Aiden and Dev’s attraction. It almost felt, at times, like the author himself didn’t buy into the relationship, and had to justify it to himself and the reader.

“We haven’t had our first date, our first kiss, and I want this man more than I want to breathe. It’s something sexy about him other than his looks, charm and wit that I can’t quite place. It’s as if all of a sudden Cupid shot me with a bow and arrow. I don’t believe in all that instant love thing, Miranda, but I’m not thinking rationally when it comes to him.” (ePub, page 66)

In the end, this novel just really didn’t do it for me, but I think it made a valiant attempt at it!

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