Publisher: Breathless Press
Date published: July 6, 2012
Obtained via Publisher
Reviewed by Helen
Luke Leveraux is an artist, and wealthy enough to paint full-time. He'd been attracted to Jeremy for months, before Jeremy moved in with him.
Jeremy St James is an art teacher and they are perfect for each other in so many ways. But every month Luke goes off on a hunting trip and he's never once invited Jeremy to come with him. They get on so well together, understand each other and fit together perfectly. Or maybe not.
This is an excellent story, well crafted with a nice, tight plot and fully rounded main characters. Luke is tormented by his secret, and the reader follows his agonies and decisions, understanding why he acts the way he does, and worrying that the situation can't be resolved in a good way. Yet we are fully alongside Jeremy too, feeling all his emotions and hurts, yet, once again, unable to see clearly what he should do.
There are two nice twists to the plot. One comes at the very end of the book and is a brilliant hook. I'm already looking forward to book two in this series. I assume there will be a book two. There'd better be a book two! The other twist was sort of foreseeable, but was handled very well indeed and I definitely enjoyed the way it unfolded.
As well as great characters and a well written plot with some nice twists, there was also plenty of hot male/male sex scenes, and some sparkling dialogue, including a couple of truly memorable lines. All up, an excellent book, well worth reading.
THIS IS NOT AN ENDORSEMENT OF THIS BOOK. THIS IS AN OBJECTIVE UNBIASED REVIEW