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Curious (The Finn Factor) (Volume 1) Paperback – February 27, 2015
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R.G. Alexander (aka Rachel Grace) is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author who has written over 30 erotic paranormal, contemporary, sci-fi/fantasy books for multiple e-publishers and Berkley Heat. She is a founding member of The Smutketeers, an author formed group blog dedicated to promoting fantastic writers, readers and a positive view of female sexuality. She has lived all over the United States, studied archaeology and mythology, been a nurse, a vocalist, and now a writer who dreams of vampires, witches and airship battles. RG feels lucky every day that she gets to share her stories with her readers, and she loves talking to them on twitter and FB. She is happily married to a man known affectionately as The Cookie—her best friend, research assistant, and the love of her life. Together they battle to tame the wild Rouxgaroux that has taken over their home. RGAlexander.com
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This is a wonderful best friend to lovers story, in which the MC's happen to both be males. Alpha, sexy as all get out males...Jeremy is openly bisexual, but has been in love with Owen for as long as he can remember. Owen, who is as hetero as a man can be, until he becomes curious. Jeremy is close to Owen's family, as well, having spent much of his teenage years with them, trying to escape his less than great home life.
The chemistry is spectacular, the story is believable, and the characters are so clear and well defined.
I think what really made an impression on me was the realism of the situation. When Owen's family descends upon Jeremy's home to deal with a crisis immediately following finding out about Jeremy and Owen, you can feel Jeremy's discomfort rolling off the page. He feels awkward, and uncomfortable, uncertain of how or if his adoptive family will react. Owen's mom is determined to show Jeremy the love, and works to set Jeremy's mind at ease, as does Owen's dad, and his brothers. Their support of Jeremy and Owen is unwavering. The whole scene was touching and poignant, and so realistic. And parts of it were snortingly funny. Kind of like real life.
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Most of the story is told from Jeremy's POV, and I am in love with this character. Sexy, an artist, primal....Jeremy is the complete package. Just his conversations with Owen's sister, Jen, made me fall for this character. Watching Jeremy struggle to not want or expect too much from Owen kind of broke my heart.
Owen knew what he wanted, and didn't shy away from anything. ANYTHING.
Great MC's. Both showed a lot of personal growth. Lots of very interesting secondary characters upon which to build this series. By the way, there is no cliffhanger here. Curious stands on its own.
It has to be said - Curious is a terrific love story. Period. M/M or not, the book is really outstanding. Great depth, solid and engaging writing, wonderful characters for the reader to care about, humor, sexy alpha males and hot intimate times...this book has it all. Highly, highly recommend.
Owen Finn as a woman loving, straight as an arrow, business owner was a scrumptious leading man. I loved his take charge attitude and his 'I know you better than you know yourself' mantra. He surprises us all and most especially Jeremy with his entire I am curious game. He has desires that he can't get past after witnessing Jeremy and a friend of his,Tasha, with another man. What he sees and hears drives him to want to find out if what he heard is true!
Owen is the type of guy that gets an idea in his head and will not give up until he is completely satisfied. His tie them up and rock their world kink is very scary to his friend Jeremy, but, Owen doesn't like to take no for an answer...
Jeremy is a very loyal, comic book artist who was thrown out by his bigoted parents and sent to live with an alcoholic aunt. He has always idolized the Finn family since his early school years when he and Owen became best friends. He grew up mainly in their house and has always been a big part of their family. He has made something of himself and loves to indulge his bisexual self in lots of one on one and sometimes two on one sexy fun. But the one he has always wanted doesn't have any idea that Jeremy even plays like that. Then everything changes at his friend Tasha's party when Owen walks in on him with another guy with Tasha watching! Jeremy fears the worst, and the last thing he expects is his one ultimate fantasy saying 'I want what you gave him!' Jeremy indulges Owens curiosities loving every minute of Owen's dominating personality. But,Jeremy knows that once it's out of Owens system this little 'game' will be over, at great cost to his heart. But what he doesn't realize is that every time he lets loose with Owen, he isn't the only one being effected.
My absolute favorite line in the entire book; Yes, I love women, their smell, taste, their form, setting their inner goddess free, I love them. I have worshipped at the alter of pussy faithfully, But that isn't who I am anymore.
Man, what a book!
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