- File Size: 217 KB
- Print Length: 37 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071K6PF4B
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,077 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Marrying Lance (Taking Lance, #3.75) Kindle Edition
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This is a sentimental book for me because I’ve been on board since this series first came out. I have a weakness for Rick and Lance, and even though Rick can be a butthead sometimes, he’s a favourite butthead of mine. This series has been a not-so-guilty pleasure of mine with some erotic and interesting escapism. In between my darker reading this is more fluffy, albeit some rather naughty fluff. The series also has its more dramatic moments too. It’s run the gamut of sexual combos throughout – bi, gay, het sex, and there have been ménages and people playing the field. And romance. Several people found their partner along the journey of the series, including Rick Preston and Lance Scott, the founding couple.
So, Rick and Lance are making it official this time, they’re tying the knot. I’m very happy to see them get their HEA because they’ve been through a few, uh, other people trials and tribulations to get to where they have. If you survive Karen and Aaron – Being Karen – you deserve a huge happy ending. Big.
Lance is toey and pacing, their friends can’t decide if downers or tequila, or both, will calm him down, for all their sakes. Rick isn’t in love with their traditional wedding time apart, and Lance plays dirty with some pre-wedding naughtiness with Rick.
People from other books make appearances, like Mandy, it was nice to see her on their big day and she has a surprise. There’s Travis and Mark, and Alex and Dean are there too – they’re loaning Rick and Lance the use of a stately house for their stay and the nuptials. It’s good to see the friendships they’ve all formed and their mutual love of sex – these guys like to get it on. So, you know, there are some sexy times.
There are some lovely and meaningful vows, and it makes me think how I would love Australia to become civilised regarding Marriage Equality. It also made me happy to see the guys get a little emotional because they truly love one another and they’re happy.
At the end of the day, this is only 37 pages so I can’t write much of a review. The series does run the gamut of partners, like I said, but Rick and Lance are at the core. As for this novella - #3.75 - this is for the people who have enjoyed the series. Just some reader advice - I honestly don't believe Marrying Lance will work if you haven't read the previous books with Rick and Lance in them - this IS book #3.75. You won’t know the guys and there won’t be an emotional connection. I got a little teary at the vows because I feel like I know these guys. I’ve wanted Rick and Lance to ride off into the sunset, happy in each other’s arms – and I got that. Bye, Rick and Lance. I’ve loved being with you. In an increasingly crazy world… love long and love hard.