I’m a slacker when it comes to writing book reviews. Well, I should back up and say I’ve been a reading slacker of late. Between Netflix, the World Cup, and now the Tour de France, when is a girl supposed to find time to read and write and sketch . . . okay, I’ll stop now!
Yesterday I was in the mood to read some m-m romance. I picked two novellas and breezed through them pretty easily. I’m going to give you the quick and dirty on what I thought about them both.
Before I get ahead of myself, let me share the book blurb. It immediately caught my attention.
After ten years as an active duty Marine, Captain Eric Ramos is rejoining civilian life. His first job is chauffeuring, assisting, and generally keeping track of NBA young gun Tyler Haley. Tyler’s had a rough few months, and his team owner is convinced he needs some hand-holding if he’s going to keep delivering wins for the St. Louis Fire Foxes.
Instead of the arrogant, over-privileged athlete Eric expected, Tyler is a big, blond, lonely twenty-three-year-old who needs more than just an employee to keep him in line. While taking care of Tyler, Eric changes from employee to friend, to something more. And when Eric realizes that something is burning the kid up from the inside out, he’s determined to find a way to help him before Tyler’s carefully constructed façade turns to ash. Continue reading “Behind on Reviews…Again”