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Read from October 01 to 02, 2016
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I loved how attraction and self-realization tore Aiden apart so much so that he kept fighting that same attraction. Love and lust can make a strong man weak and human. Aiden had always fought his inner self and his attraction to males. He denied it. He was a mess.
The private desires he had weren't for real, just pent up lust. The need for release had him hot and bothered. No gayness at all, just desire making his dick hard and his balls full. Liar, liar.
Trace did not deny being gay. He didn't shout it out but he did not hide. He saw Aiden suffering through a date with a female. He saw Aiden check him out. He followed Aiden to the men's room. He approached Aiden.
"It's your life buddy; don't waste it trying to be something you're not. Here's my card if you ever...well, you know. My personal number is on the back."
Trace and Aiden had more problems that Aiden's sexual confusion. Trace was a doctor. He saved lives. He could never accept Trace's profession. He could never accept killings.
The emotional turmoil in both characters' lives kept me reading. They were both interesting and dedicated to their professions. Aiden's journey was rough. Trace's was tragic. I loved them and their story.
Until a fellow agent, on a mission with him, goes down on him as part of dodging the bad guys. That may have been taking their cover a bit far, but it did the job. And made Aiden think those thoughts again.
When he meets Dr. Trace Williams, he's determined to stay straight, be who he knows he is. Then Trace kisses him and throws his whole world into a tail spin. Makes him question himself, all his decisions, who he chooses to be. And scared him back into the arms of women. Only...it doesn't work anymore.
He can't fight his attraction anymore. Trace hits all his hot buttons. But he can't be gay. Can he?
Now his life is in danger - he's the target after a blotched job. And his fledgling relationship with Trace? It may be over before it really starts now that Trace knows what Aiden really does. He may have to leave the love of his life in order to keep him safe. Is he really THAT type of guy?
Sara York has captured all the joy and stomach-wrenching fear that comes with admitting to oneself the truth that one is different. Gay. And she nails it. This is a sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes heartbreaking story of one man's journey up to and through the fire. And, it's a hell of a good action story too.
Aiden breaks my heart. So much angst, history, uncertainty. He has to come to terms with what he's suppressed and hidden for so long, and it almost destroys him. He's built such a self-image of manly stud, and now he's forced to deal with the fact he's still that same guy. Just, he likes men now.
And Trace - he's funny, self-righteous. Sure of himself and knows what he wants. Isn't afraid to admit he wants a relationship and wants Aiden. Then his whole world is turned upside down and he isn't so sure he can be that man for Aiden anymore.
I liked the romance here, but I loved the front burner story of who is behind the attempts on Aiden's life too. There's a great tie-in that brings the two men together and I. Loved. It.
Ms. York has a great touch with her story-telling, and kept me totally involved, bouncing back and forth with the adventure and the romance.