- File Size: 510 KB
- Print Length: 156 pages
- Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group (August 25, 2015)
- Publication Date: August 25, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B013W8W7CU
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- Lending: Enabled
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Feat of Clay (Men of London Book 4) Kindle Edition
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As we can see from the Blurb Clay and Tate have know each other for years and were very close friends both refusing to reveal their feelings towards each other until fate brought them back together and we get to go on a journey like no other.
Clay Mortimer owns an elite investigation agency (named after himself) we've met him briefly in book 2 Sight and Sinners but his personal life was a mystery, in this book we get to see exactly what has been going on with his relationship with Tate .
Clay is a former SAS soldier and as Alpha as they come but he also has a heart of gold in which we witness and he loves hard, and has the patience of a saint.
Tate Williams is a former under cover cop who years ago got into a case way over his head leaving him abused and left for dead. He's been suffering for years trying to come to terms with what happened to him and with Clay's love and support its getting better but everything comes to a head (no pun intended) when Tate feels smothered and "Less of a Man" this puts pressure on their relationship when Clay is forced to let up and ease off with protecting Tate.
Susan takes us on an emotional journey with angst and learning how to deal with past demons and learn to live again. If anyone knows how to write dark or emotional reads this Authur does that in spades and she never ever disappoints. Susan always gives us the HEA that her characters deserve, yes sometimes it doesn't come easy but it is always realistic and well researched.
FOC is one of Susan's sexiest reads to date, we get two Hot Alpha men, the sex between these two was off the charts, scorching, and plentiful, in a way it is what Tate needed to help heal and I personally thought it was brilliantly done.
We also get a glimpse of a new character in this story which helped Tate realize he can move forward and by helping the kids he was assigned, to he is not only helping them but also himself. This character leaves us to enjoy another story which Susan will bring to light. This new young character will tear at your heart but in such a beautiful way.
Well I'm going to stop here, I will not give any spoilers away because seriously this is one story that you have to read and enjoy so I'll leave you by saying "Go One Click" this beautiful story Now! I highly recommend this book and absolutely loved it.
Tate and Clay have known each other since they were in grade school. They have been best friends for many years. At 18 Clay takes off to join the service. He can't stay and face the temptation of wanting Tate, who is only 15 at the time. Clay stays gone for 8 years. When he returns they reconnect and become close friends again. Neither wanting to take a chance at damaging the friendship they shy away from the romantic feelings they have for one another. Until Tate, an undercover police officer is kidnapped and tortured by a madman. They finally admit their feelings for each other.
When we join the story they have been in a loving and committed relationship for quite some time. But things aren't well. Tate is damaged and Clay doesn't know how to fix him or how to loosen the protective reins he has on Tate.
Tate just wants to have a normal relationship with Clay. He wants to feel like a whole person again. He doesn't want Clay to see him as damaged goods or someone he has to protect.
This story was sweet. It was heartbreaking at times, and it was sexy as hell! These two spend a LOT of time in bed. There wasn't a lot of excitement in the book. It was mostly Clay and Tate finding their way to a HEA. But I was okay with that. It was what I was in the mood for.
I loved getting to revisit with the couples from the previous books. I also loved Tate and Clay interactions with the kids at the halfway house. Jax is a very special character and I am BEGGING Susan for his story. Please, please, pretty please with a cherry one top?!?!
If you want a sweet and sexy story, I highly recommend this!!
It's a bit of a difficult book to review without Spoiling it, but it involves a tough guy with a secret that he thinks he can't share with his equally tough guy lover, and as a result, it's tearing him up inside - and tearing them apart. I'd already liked Clay from being introduced to him as Draven's Boss in SAS and suspected that he was in a relationship where he seemed to be the one offering strength and support, so I was intrigued about how his tale - about a solidly established couple - would play out. From the blurb, it's clear that they'd met, became friends, loved silently and then not so silently, and were now clearly together, so how much more could there be to tell? Well, a lot more, as it turns out.
I understood Tate's shame and fear about revealing his...dark past, and I *felt* Clay's unconditional love when the truth came out. I loved his emotional and physical strength that Tate needed and drew strength from, but I also loved that he admitted his feelings and fears, and that we saw his vulnerable side. I loved that their relationship was equal, sexually, with both guys willing to give and take, and that Tate's demons seemed not quite so scary when he lost himself in his lover. When they fought - which happened more than once in this tale, with good reason - I felt both Tate's and Clay's hurt, though at times I did want to smack Tate for being so blind. Feelings galore run through this book, some voiced, some silent but visible through actions, some well-intentioned, but perhaps not always thought through, but all strong and lasting. Whilst it's a given that the leads get back on track with living their HEA, I have to admit that I wanted that tiny bit more to seal them together, which didn't quite happen in this tale...but I'm hopeful that I'll get to see the icing on their cake at some point.
There are a few glimpses of the MoL leads from previous tales in the series, and it's nice to see that they're all living their HEAs, but I confess to a slight disappointment that I've not seen a wedding yet, which I sort of (nicely) whined to SMN about...I know that we'll definitely see one at some point, but perhaps not in the next book (featuring Leslie's boss Lenny/Laverne) that I've also been privileged to beta. In fact, I wonder if SMN might spoil us and give us more than one wedding in the future...I live in hope, after all, weddings seem to spawn more weddings, don't they?
Oh, on a final note, watch out for a certain...prickly person in this book, who I know will be the lead in book 7 of the MoL series. A standout character, initially seemingly for the wrong reasons, but then when you learn about him, for the right reasons. And yes, we'll see more of Tate and Clay in his tale. Dear SMC - this is where the cake and icing I mentioned above could fit in nicely...literally and figuratively...hint, hint!
Disclaimer - as mentioned, I'm lucky enough to be a beta for the talented SMN; no payment was offered or requested for this review, the words of which are entirely my own.
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