Author: Cameron Dane
Publisher: Loose Id
Cover Artist: Anne Cain
Rating: 3.75 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 12/29/2009
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
When Rhone Quinn caught Adam Reyes picking his pocket in Finding Home, he never dreamed the young man would become his best friend, his business partner, or that Adam was secretly gay and falling for him. Rhone, a heterosexual is then really knocked on his ass after discovering he has an equally fierce attraction and love for Adam.
Fast forward two years. Rhone and Adam are engaged and headed to Vermont for their wedding. Nothing can mar this beautiful occasion. Right?
Wrong. A bride staying at the hotel fuels Adam’s fears of losing Rhone to a woman; a feuding couple that Adam and Rhone run into every time they turn around sparks disagreements between them; and a hotel employee’s strange behavior spurs Adam’s professional curiosity and later rouses his protective juices.
What was supposed to be a week of celebration and hot lovin’ quickly turns into a Quinn Security investigation. Now all Rhone and Adam need to do is get a bickering couple to admit they’re in love, help a sweet young man out of a terrible situation, and maybe, just maybe, Rhone can get his fella to the chapel on time to say “I do.”
So, it’s two years after Rhone and Adam got together, and yet I feel like I don’t know much more about them other than they like to have sex a lot.
I kind of expected some emotional growth going on here, and there wasn’t much sense of that, in fact in many ways they had just remained exactly as they were in the first book – with the added fear from Adam that, despite getting married, Rhone would leave him for a woman. I felt that this was a missed opportunity, as a sense of how the relationship had developed would have added some depth to the book.
But anyway, the boys decide to get married in Vermont, and the book covers the few days up to the wedding from their arrival on 26th December to the wedding on 1st January. And they have quite a hectic time of it there are two sub plots, one involving a couple who are also getting married, and another involving some of the staff at the hotel. These are actually quite interesting, except everything is rather one dimensional , which was a shame because the Wes storyline could have fueled a whole book, he is a blackmailed hotel employee, and I rather wanted to understand more about him.
Once again the descriptions of sex, and the language used was rather off putting, lots of chutes and channels, and use of the term piss slit, which I found actually off putting.
The book does end with a segue into the characters to book 4, which does look interesting.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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