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Just Stay: M/M Romance (More Than Friends) (Volume 4) Paperback – September 23, 2014
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I received an advanced copy of this book for an honest review. Loved it.
So this is more of a 3.5 but I have rounded up to a 4. What an interesting group of guys. Dylan and Spencer met rather unconventionally at the end of book 3 Choosing Happy (More Than Friends, #3) by Aria Grace so you should read that book before you try this one. Dylan has now been given more responsibility over the business but I have to say that Dylan and his crew are not very clever criminals. That business with the cameras... shocking. Just from watching crime shows on television, I would have known what should have been done. However, it is the individual characters that mesmerize you. Spencer was adorkable with his geeky, stuttering self. I really liked him and his reaction to Dylan. Spencer is Steve's friend. And the secondary characters, Georgie and Andre really made an impression on me. I hope we get books about them. But Dylan was an enigma to me. Though the book is written in dual POVs, I still didn't connect with Dylan well. Almost as if his personality was one dimensional. I wonder if this is a trait in this author's books, but the relationship seemed to develop rather quickly. Now this wasn't insta-love in the least but I didn't really feel their togetherness. Not sure if that's making sense. It might be because they spend some time apart for a good portion of the book. We also don't get lots of sexy time. They have some phone sex but I wanted man on man love!! We do see Steve and Joey from book 3 and Joey is still the cutest. And my final quibble, if you will, is that stuff that goes on - fires, drugging, Dylan's sister, Heather and her stuff - it didn't all make a lot of sense. We also meet some random people in Spencer's office. Elliott - do we get a book about him - hope so!! All in all, I wanted just a little more story and more of a meaningful connection between the MCs and a lot more sexy time. But the guys - Spencer, Steve,Joey, Andre, Georgie, even Dylan and the new hottie we meet, Patton, are all an excellent reason to read the book. Onto to book 5..
I liked the author and I did not get that she was writing wish fulfillment erotica from reading Choosing Happy. If I am wrong, I am sorry I missed the point. Spencer does not work for me so this romance did not click, but I like the author's style and will read her again.
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Another fast-paced read in the More Than Friends series. The romance in this one is kind of an opposites attract story with the geeky Spencer and the mafia...Read more