I have to say, there is something about Jacyln Quinn's writing, stories and characters that just pull me in completely. I loved Gabe from the first book. His wit and style made me very curious about this man and his "relationship" tactics.
Well, let's just say, he is nothing like he seems. Honest, sweet and such a devoted friend he is indeed. But there was much more to this man than met the eye and I loved him all the more.
Enter Nate. My heavens, this was also a character who is not at all what he seemed in the first book. His pushback and protective nature was wonderfully developed. And his story is one that I honestly did not see coming. But work it did...and it certainly worked on our sweet Gabe.
As with book one, the dialogue for me feels so natural and the situations never feel contrived. Once again I was drawn into this setting, this cast of characters, their friendships and love for another. The friendship that has been formed between Gabe and Jonah is the perfect example. These two are wonderful together.
I eagerly await Jonah's story...he needs him something amazing and the shy ginger may be absolutely perfect. Can't wait!
An ARC was received from the author in exchange for an honest review.
What a awesomely developed group of characters that I cannot wait to get more of. I adored the leads in this and while some of the "Daddy/boy" kink is really not for me, this was done in such a way that it made complete sense and exactly what these characters need and want in a relationship.
I especially appreciated how this story started with 2 POV's and then one of these POV's changed to a third character. So different and yet such a great introduction to the dynamic which is this relationship.
I also very much appreciated that the typical "drama" that tends to land at 80% didn't. I mean it is there but it happens much soon and it landed where it made sense in the development of this couple. It was heartbreaking (Luna style...*coughs Saving Sebastian*) and yet having both POV's once again brings forth such reasoning to both sides that you can't help but understand and love both characters even more.
The storyline with Liam's mother was really the only part that didn't work for me and it felt like it took up way too much of the story.
But give me all these Daddies and their boys NOW. Like NOW. I cannot wait to get the rest of this series.