Something In The Way He Needs
Asher is oddly drawn to Daniel at first sight. He is absolutely enamored with the shabby attired man. We follow Asher quickly through acquaintance to friendship to relationship in less than a weekend. Both men have issues that run deep but through their pure love for each other they prevail.
This story really had a lot of great ups and interesting downs for the characters but I quite enjoyed the emotional rollercoaster.
Even though the two are complete opposites (Spencer being timid and 16 years Emilio’s senior) they have an unwavering love that is solidified by Emilio’s need to protect and love his carino. Spencer has a major wall up that is reinforced with years of pain, and we watch Emilio break him down to show that he too can be loved.
I had a few favorite scenes in the book, but the following was at the top of my list:
(Emilio continues to call Spencer “carino”, so Spencer asks the meaning)
“It means darling.” Emilio kissed his way down the side of Spencer’s neck. “Honey.” He licked a long swathe up over his Adam’s apple. “Sweetheart.” He tugged Spencer’s lower lip between both of his. “Love.” Then he pulled back and pierced Spencer with his deep, dark gaze. “Say I can stay, carino.”
That scene just made melt. Also, the pool hall scene was a close favorite (you have to read the book to experience that one).
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to experience a “love-at-first-sight” read. This was an amazing book.
More Than Everything
This was the story of Charlie Rhodes also know as Chase told by Chase. We watch him come into his own. Into his own sexuality when he meets Scott, his new neighbor for the first time. They have an instant connection that blossoms into a torrid love affair of two teens that grow into young adults as the story progresses. Their love was truly genuine and heartfelt. The addition of Adan was hot and true to the erotic undertone of this author’s work.
I highly recommend this piece to anyone who loves male on male and romance.