This is book # 2, in the Eternal Flame series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and understanding of the series, I recommend reading in order.
Tim & Nicky have been together for a long time. So when things get odd, and turn the door to suspicious, he tries to give his man the benefit of the doubt. He has many people in his life who do not understand his relationship, and they all think he should walk away.
Nicky tries hard to make Tim feel loved. If only Tim had known what he was planning. He would have been able to help him sooner. As the evidence piles up, can they stay strong against the strain?
This series is definitely hot. My biggest complaint was that this story could have been longer. I felt a serious rush there at the end. The story is complete, and moves right along. I just felt like I wanted more. I give this book a 2/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.
This new series starts out with a zap as we meet Nash & Mason, whose families have been enemies for decades. Mason comes back to his hometown to open a tavern with friends. Nash is the Sheriff now, and visits the tavern often to eat.
Nash is attracted against his will so quickly to Mason. He does not want to want him. He just cannot help it. For Mason, the attraction is mutual. It is also agreed upon that they should not do anything about it. There is too much history between their families. But the heart wants what it wants.
I thought this was a very well thought out plot. The characters were well matched and had a series stack of problems against them. Ideally the road to love is smooth, but in real life, family is just one of many factors that can get in the way. I loved these characters and hope to see them again in upcoming books for the Rainbow Cove series. I give this story a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This ARC copy was given in exchange for a completely honest review.