A tumultuous affair of emotional highs and devastating lows, both men have to admit their mistakes and let the other in. It was an emotional and absorbing tale that had me almost breathless at the passion and pain in both characters. - Boy Meets Boy reviews
5 out of 5. The sex and emotional denial is heady, steamy, primal, and achingly raw. Jay-Cee and Chris wander through the denial, fear, and uncertainty, but once they discover and admit the truth? If your heart doesn't open up to swallow you whole, you're missing out on the true essence of this story, this couple, and this dynamic love they share. - Sara, Sarandipity Reviews
It's been a while since I was totally blown away by a story but this one totally swept me away. I am not only recommending this story, I'm going to hunt down the other books in the series so I can catch up with all the other characters. - Cindy, Love Bytes Reviews
From the Inside Flap
He slid under the duvet and pulled Chris into him, rolling him onto his side. Chris was stiff in his arms. "Hey," he said again. He kissed Chris's temple, ran a hand soothingly down his arm. "Are you okay?"
Chris swallowed and nodded unconvincingly.
Jay-Cee ran a hand through Chris's hair.His skin was still flush with sex. When he ran his hand down Chris's back,Chris hissed as he reached the swell of his buttocks. "Hurt?" Jay-Cee asked.
"Yeah," Chris admitted. "A little. I'll be sleeping on my stomach tonight."
His voice sounded wrecked and raw. Jay-Cee wanted him to sound like that all the time.
"Are you ..." Jay-Cee searched for the right word. "How are you feeling? And no lying."
Chris's gaze turned inward. He was really thinking about it. Jay-Cee fell a little more in love with him for it. God,Chris was terrifying.
"I don't know," Chris said honestly.
"It's okay, you know," Jay-Cee said. He tilted Chris's face up to him and kissed his lips so gently, a barely-there press of mouths. "It's okay to want this. To want what you want."
Chris exhaled strongly through his nose, obviously not convinced.