Title: Saying Goodbye
Author: GA Hauser
My Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
From the Publisher:
When trust is shattered and bonds are broken, sometimes forgiveness simply isn’t enough.
The men of the Action! Series have always been sexually driven- powerful and loyal. But that loyalty has been put to the ultimate test.
With twenty-four year old Alexander Richfield away in Rome starring in his first feature film, Bedtime Stories, his husband, forty-four year old, LAPD Captain Billy Sharpe’s frustration and anger over rumors in the tabloid press about Alex’s supposed exploits, bring Billy to a breaking point.
Adam Lewis, agent to the stars, and husband of Jack Larsen, feels obligated to invite a group of their close friends to the mansion in Paradise, California. The estate his and Jack’s lover, Mark Antonious Richfield grew up in, which was recently bought by Adam’s client and friend, Ewan Gallagher. Knowing the estate creates stress for Mark, Adam tries his best to pretend this is a weekend with the boys, and it’s all in good fun.
Steven Jay Miller, Mark’s husband, is still raw over Mark’s actions to keep his son Alexander’s role in the feature film secure. Mark had to grant sexual favors to Alex’s co-star, Randy Dawson to right a wrong Steve and Billy had stupidly made, threatening Randy to keep away from Alex. An act Steve cannot move on from.
And as the men around him suffer from his actions, Mark Antonious Richfield begins to deteriorate and self-destruct.
Trust shatters…love is tested…and even the strongest ties can be severed.
In this book, we once again revisit Mark Richfield and all our old dysfunctional favorites. Even though this book does have something that I am very much opposed to (adultery) I think this is a very smart move on Ms. Hauser’s part to revive a somewhat lagging series. I read every book in this series starting from book one and found myself growing a little disinterested. Be prepared to laugh, cry and scream (just don’t throw it, I almost did) at your e-reader. This book will take you and your favorite characters to heaven and hell and back, and all you can do is seatbelt yourself in for the ride. This is a well needed shock to the series, brava Ms. Hauser.
I would like to thank GA Hauser for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.
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