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Click: An Age Gap Gay Romance (White House Men Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
He doesn't just want the friendship or the benefits. He wants it all.
Rhett, the White House photographer, is tired of everyone treating him like he’s fragile. He wants a life of his own. Punch his V-card. A boyfriend.
Making new friends is a good first step, even if it’s with his boss, Calix, who’s fifteen years his senior. Calix is kind and protective, and he encourages Rhett to spread his wings.
When Rhett stumbles, Calix is there to catch him, and what started as friendship, grows into a mutually beneficial arrangement. Friends with benefits. Kind of.
But Calix still mourns his dead husband, so what happens when Rhett wants to extend their arrangement…indefinitely? He doesn't just want the friendship or the benefits. He wants it all.
Meanwhile, the investigation continues, and the plot gets more and more complicated…and more dangerous. How far will the terrorists go to accomplish their goal?
Click is an MM romance with hurt/comfort, an age gap, a sweet virgin, and a friends with benefits arrangement. It’s the third book in the White House Men series, a romantic suspense series set in the White House, that needs to be read in order. Click ends with a happily ever after, but the suspense plot ends on a cliffhanger and will be continued in the rest of the series.
- ASIN : B08PN426RL
- Publication date : January 20, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1915 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 354 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #73,297 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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His first step is to make friends and even if it involves his boss Calix that’s fifteen years older than him and is the president's second in hand and best friend. Calix is kind, protective and encourages Rhett to spread his wings and that also means helping him find a relationship if that is what it takes for Rhett to take his life back.
Meanwhile, Calix still mourns his late husband that he lost during the pride bombing five years earlier, and is yet to get ready to move on as the brutal loss of his husband impacted him heavily, but it does not stop him from developing a friendship with Rhett.
Meanwhile, the investigation of the assassination of the president and the pride bombing still moves forward and we get a look into the tedious work to uncover who is behind the attacks and what the goal of it all is.
this is a beautifully written story with a bit of hurt/comfort, a loving friendship, an age gap, and a sweet virgin story that was captivating from page one to the end. with some political storyline that balances out the story alongside the love story that slowly forms between the two main characters. this is a book I will defiantly read again and the audiobook narrated by John Solo made the emotional side of the story from start to finish stunningly beautiful.
Nora takes two characters who've been in both previous books and pulls them to the forefront without every really dropping any of the people from the story. I'm so glad the next four books are already out as I doubt I'd have the patience to wait to know where and how the story line will move on from here.
I suppose this book could be read as a stand alone novel if you can ignore the unfinished mystery that is the connecting arc in this series, but why you'd want to do that is beyond me. I would have to say that I'm more than getting my money's worth from Kindle Unlimited subscription. It's the best $9.95 I pay every month, followed by my Audible subscription of course. :)
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Yes, the investigation into former President Markinson's death is progressing...albeit of necessity at a snail's pace, Seth and Coulsdon are front and centre of the investigative team, and proof has emerged that this 'conspiracy' seems to include very powerful people who have no qualms whatsoever in disposing of their 'underlings', regardless of their position. My theory from the first story Press as to whom is responsible for the murder AND the Pride parade bombings 5 years earlier is proving to be quite a good call, but I have no actual clue as to who the top dog is...have we met him/her/them yet 🤔??
As usual, we had grammatical errors, incorrect verb tenses and wrong words...oh, and a word that doesn't exist [at least in my English dictionary], that word being UNCLARITY. For goodness sake, PLEASE employ a professional editor!!
Calix decides to help him out and it is a slowing burn to the point where they realise that they both care a lot more for each other and just a friend helping another one out. They get their HEA. We also find out more about the assassination of the previous President and the role his wife had in it. The next book is about Millian a NYC detective who is also the President's brother-in-law who is living in the White House to help his sister cope with what has happened, can't wait for this one.