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If you haven't read Bryan & Jase, The Begining, you need to read it first.
Bryan and Jade meet and serve together in the Army. Toward the end of their tour they finally allow for a very hot weekend together and although both would like to continue the affair, Jade is locked into a loveless marriage. His wife is a heavy duty golddigger who threatens to out her husband to his homophobic father and mother if he ever tries to turn her off and also threatens to take their son away as well.
Jade and Bryan's love of each other is very romantic and sexually hot. The love that they both have for Jase's son is also very touching.
Each of these points provide history, jeaprody and excitement to the story.
(I personally enjoy romantic stories to hot and heavy sex stories, so I give this five Valentine hearts.)
Jase doesn't want to admit to the fact he finds his buddy Bryan attractive, not because he is scared of Bryan but because of the way his own father is.
Bryan is gay. He doesn't hide the fact nor does he throw it in peoples faces. Bryan has been attracted to Jase for a long time.
Different people and situations doe their best to keep Bryan and Jase apart. Read their tale to see if love wins.
Breaton, a short-term lover of Bryan's is a real stand-up guy who adds warmth to the tale.
Jase's awful parents provide contrast in a very unpleasant manner.
It all ends well and that is the most important thing.
This is the best book I've read by ADEllis.