Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date published: June 6, 2016
Reviewed by Gabrielle (email@example.com)
Obtained via publisher
Prince of the Playhouse brings us Ru and Gray’s story. This is another great story from Tara Lain. Ru and Gray both have secrets that they want to keep but it seems those secrets don’t want to stay secret. Ru has a past and Gray is not ready to be truthful just yet but time is closing in on them both. Ru has lusted after Gray since he first laid eyes on him in the movies and when he is offered a chance to design costumes for a play featuring Gray he jumps at the chance. From their very first meeting sparks fly between the two and only burn hotter as their story moves along. Will the two be able to find a way to be together and enjoy a happy ever after or will those determined to keep them apart succeed?
I truly enjoyed Ru and Gray. The two men are great together and there is so much more to them than what they show the world. Their attraction grows into something much stronger and the two learn that love is something worth fighting for. It was wonderful to see so many of the supporting characters show their acceptance and love for these two men. The relationships that Ru and Gray have with the others like Shaz and Merle showed us just how special these two men really are. K. C. Kelly does a great job of bringing these characters and their world to life. I was quickly lost in his narrative and lived their story. Prince of the Playhouse gives us a beautiful story about finding love and having the guts to fight for it.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.