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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Personally I felt that both men felt younger than their age. Adam felt like he was 33 and Will was 25. It seems a petty difference, but 38 was too old for someone to be as rootless as Adam was. I like that they had minor discomfort over their age - not when they are together, but when they meet each other's friends. I like that they were so strong together and didn't have any made up complications. Will's feelings felt entirely real to me, and I'm sure many men feel as he does. However I've seen this dynamic explored more subtly (/> Promises (Coda Series Book 1) Marie Sexton does it really well here.
I will look for more by Tanya Chris, but I was puzzled by the difference in style between her two books.
I'm a huge sucker for romances with workplace drama, and I read most of this particular M/M in almost a couple of hours because I was so glued to it.
MERGE AHEAD follows a Latino protagonist, Will, who is a fantasy writer wrestling with his self-image of masculinity. He meets a businessman, Adam, at an airport he's immediately smitten with - and he later finds out this same businessman is the CFO for the company his work is merging with.
Their relationship starts off playful and cute with the perfect amount of sexiness, but it quickly becomes tender and honest. Will and Adam are all about communication, which I adore so much. Every time they have a fight or disagreement, they talk it out at once instead of letting negative feelings brew.
The ending scene is so memorable to me, and I get a little teary-eyed just thinking about it. This M/M definitely should go on your radar!
Also, there is a cat who is a huge part of the family. :)