Author: Silvia Violet
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: LC Chase
Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 04/30/2016
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Gay Romance
Several months ago Thorne hired Riley as an escort. They fell hard for each other and ultimately made their relationship personal rather than professional. Every moment they spend in bed is pure bliss, but good sex can’t solve all their problems as they struggle to make things work between them. Thorne convinces Riley to move in with him, but their differences in age and income weigh more heavily on Riley once they share a home.
If that weren’t enough, culinary school is turning out to be a disappointment for Riley rather than a dream come true, and he’s considering the daunting prospect of starting his own business. Thorne wants to swoop in and fix everything, but Riley keeps refusing Thorne’s money or advice, feeling like he’s losing control over his own life.
Thorne and Riley will have to rely on their love for each other to help them find the balance between independence and entanglement.
What a great follow up to Professional Distance and it was a lot of fun being back with Thorne and Dash.
Book 2 picks up immediately from Book 1 and Thorne and Dash are taking the huge step of moving in together. Dash finds that packing up and moving his belongings is the easy part – the unpacking, the feeling of being where he should be and any feelings of being settled are much more difficult and from the start there is a new strain on their relationship.
If all Dash had wanted was a sugar daddy then things would have been easy. The fact that he is fiercely independent and uncomfortable with Thorne’s wealth means easy is never going to happen. Thorne is set in his ways, he wants to give everything to Dash and doesn’t understand how that makes his partner feel – add in the stress of poor communication and things go downhill quickly.
This book still has the heat of book 1 but it is much more about the men growing up and learning how to live with each other. They must learn to respect the others feelings which is especially difficult for Thorne when all he wants to do is give Dash his every desire. Dash must also learn compromise to better understand the man he has fallen in love with. It’s a slow process for both of them which sees them having to do a lot of soul searching before they find their answers.
The ending was perfect and will hopefully lead us onto a final book where Thorne and Dash will get their happy ever after .It would also be great if we get to see more of Marc and his sexy tailor!
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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