Light of Day
Publish date: February 1st 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 90
Edition language: English
Series: Night Porter (#2)
I was so happy to read the sequel to [b:The Night Porter|9653560|The Night Porter|Sue Brown|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1289072534s/9653560.jpg|14541107] as I really wanted to see Max in particular, have his happy ending. I wanted him to be swept off his feet by his hero and to live the fairy tale...
This sequel didn’t appeal to me quite as much as the first book did.Not that there was anything wrong with this book. It was smoothly written and well-paced, and I found it estimable that things didn’t just immediately fall into place for the loving couple. Both had to compromise, and both did, once...
So Westley finally gets his Buttercup *sigh*The Night Porter is one of those stories, whose ending lingers simply because it doesn't immediately offer HEA. Though it is only a couple of months since the release of "The Night Porter", but it totally feels like a long time when I start this one, and a...
A little lack luster to me, but still more probable then many of the m/m romance stories. My biggest complaint would be to much sex for such a little read. Three stars.