There is A LOT of man-on-man action in this book. A. LOT.
If that’s not your cuppa, close this one and walk away NOW!
But dare I say the copious sex scenes made sense for the story and the two lead characters’ journey here. Logan is an unapologetic, bisexual man-whore and Tate is a straight guy in the midst of an ugly divorce trying to reconcile his feelings for another man — of course they have a lot of sex. Neither man plans on falling in love or building a forever arrangement at the outset but in between all the smexing these two go from lust to something more.
For once I wasn’t mad at a cliffhanger ending. It made sense. Try spans a short time frame (~2-3 weeks) and it wouldn’t have made sense to wrap up Logan and Tate’s story in a HEA in one book in that time frame. These characters’ journey over multiple books works in this case instead of just a ploy for readers to buy more books.
But July 2014 for the next one, Take…