“You’re a brave man,” Zane rasped. “I hope that the next time I’m with you and it’s dark, you’ll let me hold you,” Zane said.
It’s been nearly 4 years since I first read this series and fell in love with these men. Returning was like coming home. And seeing them from the beginning warmed my heart. Even better on the reread knowing the journey yet to come for these two.
Whew! What is there to say about this, that has not already been said. While not my first M-M, I would highly recommend this to any newcomers to this genre. Great story, great writing and great characters. Ty and Zane are just an unbelievable couple whose barriers get knocked down, shattered, built back and knocked down again, only to make them all the more lovable. The chemistry and love between these two is building beautifully and I anxiously await book #2.
Oh and did I mention they are HOT HOT HOT! What a perk. ;)
As for the crime itself, I have to say, I figured out the criminal from the start (blame James Patterson's Alex Cross Series). But this in no way impacted my enjoyment of the final scenes in the least...but it did have me thinking about this final scene from "Seven".
Zane smiled, noticing the way Ty’s accent was stronger and his grammar was worse when he was irritated. The more he got to know him, the more obvious it was becoming that a lot of Ty Grady was a façade—or layers of several masks. Zane wasn’t sure if he would ever see the real man, and it made him slightly sad. He thought maybe he would really like the real man.