Publish date: January 28th 2012
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Pages no: 123
Edition language: English
My mind basically screamed "PROSTITUTION" at me when I first read the blurb. Ah, but I guess I shouldn't slut-shame. I'll be sure to chastise myself for imprudent thoughts.
Not so much lonely as creepy, tbh. Lynton is the worst kind of predator - one who thinks he's a good guy as he takes advantage of a scared, desperate man in order to get his rocks off (because you're seriously telling me that some kind of payment plan couldn't have been worked out? Seriously?). I ma...
OMG the melodrama. Austin needed some counselling and some anti-depressants YEARS AGO. I'm surprised I liked it as much as I did. I would have liked it to go further, to show them living together as a functional, happy unit in one of those "five years later" epilogues.
2.5 (at least 1 star for Rupert)
Of course, it's Scarlet Blackwell's ... even with far-fetched storyline, I will still read hers (she's one of my guilty pleasures in M/M department ;p). Yes, the connection is questionable; I wonder if both Lynton and Austin are really in love or just because they're both lonely and don't really hav...