Have a fabulous Sunday! (Review Post)
Have a fabulous Sunday!
Enjoy a great read.
MM Gay Erotic Romance Novella Contemporary, Police, Interracial
Word Count: 45,000
Heat Index: Scorching
Two lonely men. One secret affair. Irresistible passion that will push them both to the breaking point, and beyond.
A knife attack left ex-Jamaican Posse member Vincent Williams scarred and also made him re-evaluate his life. He’s out of the gang and also the closet but lonely, yet to meet a man who’s interested in more than a one-and-done, a brief sexual encounter.
Because of his career as a police officer, Sergeant Kyle Pictou is afraid of coming out. Normally he doesn’t get involved with anyone close to home, but something about Vincent compels him to take a chance. It’s just sex, after all. Yet, as desire evolves into friendship and seemingly boundless passion, it’s Kyle who’s left wanting more—though he knows he can’t have it.
Review by Dana Marie
This book is about two men who have reached a point in their lives where they seek something more than a romp in the hay. The past, their backgrounds, and their current situations are more than enough to stack against them.
The story and characters are definitely worth reading about. You are pulled in by their imperfections and each man’s growth in the relationship. There were a few times I felt a little disconnect, but nothing that would make the story less of what it was. Enjoyable.
Is the passion and wanting more enough? Open your mind because you couldn’t get more diverse than an ex-Jamaican gang member and a Canadian police officer. Jump in and watch Vincent and Kyle’s story come to life.
The Color of Ink was given a copy for an honest review.
After living a checkered past, and despite an avowed disinterest in domesticity, multi-published erotic romance author Anya Richards moved from Jamaica to settle in Ontario, Canada, with husband, kids, an adorable pup and a couple of cats that plot world domination, one food bowl at a time. Her slightly darker alter-ego, Anya Delvay, emerges occasionally to write erotica.
Interested in all things historical and hysterical, Anya describes herself as intensely curious, (although the word ‘nosy’ has been bandied about) and a life-long people-watcher. Using what she’s discovered about people, places and various weird and wonderful things, Anya has written contemporary, historical and paranormal/fantasy romance novels, novellas and short stories for multiple publishers. She’s also dipping her toes into the self-publishing market, so watch out world 🙂
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