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That man is Tyler Reiss and he is perfect for Marcus. He's had it rough, suffering some disappointments and having to make some major changes in his life. Despite his attraction to Marcus, he refuses to be just another notch in Marcus's bedpost. He's not like anyone Marcus has ever wanted before and I loved the push and pull between them. Their chemistry was hot and their budding friendship was fun to watch. It was what they both really needed. I love how they slowly grew to care for each other.
I couldn't have wished for a better story or a better man for Marcus. Every chapter had me riveted. I couldn't wait to see how the story played out but I also didn't want it to end.
Felice has amazing characters and I love how she seamlessly incorporates them between series. We get some special guests in Second To None and it's like getting an unexpected visit from old friends.
Playboy Marcus, my Marcus. Yes, unapologetic slut (I do love those) Marcus knocked me off my feet. I knew he had a heart of gold, and I knew, just knew when it was his turn to find love. He would fall hardest of all. And did he ever, meeting his match in Tyler.
A delightful surprise, the dancer gave as good as he got, made Marcus do some dancing of his own. There was no loving and leaving Tyler or his pint-sized secret weapon: his niece. Sweet with adorable little girl moments, Lillie helped Marcus to open up and love.
Marcus and Tyler struggled inwardly and with each other, battling life’s twists and turns.
Facing their fears together, they found themselves and their HEA. Added bonus: more of Marcus’s best friends and former MCs Nick/Julian and Zach/Sam, and a crossover with Micah (I love him; why doesn’t everyone else?) and Josh from the Memories series.
All of Felice’s books are sweet and sexy, but this one was more intense. The sexy scenes were crazy hot, and at the same time, so loving – everything I wanted them to be and then some. I love these two – great characters, wonderful writing, and what a story!
I am a diehard Felice fan. I crave that guaranteed HEA with those GOD-I-GOTTA-HAVE-THEM-SHMOOPY moments. This author is not afraid to have her guys speak their feelings, show their softer side. And these very same oh-so-sweet men will steam the hell out of a room when they rip each other’s clothes off. Especially Marcus and Tyler – the intensity in both the love and sex – Ladies and Gents, this is Felice Stevens at her best.
I am sad for the series’ end (Julian, Zach and Marcus have all found love), though that is eased by the Zach and Sam novella just weeks away. After that? We’ll see what the lovely Ms. Stevens conjures up next. I know neither I nor the Fiercest of Felice’s fans can wait!!!
* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through [...]
Marcus has this hot gay nightclub called Sparks and he is rolling in money as well as well sculptured, gorgeous, clients and pole dancers. One of those dancers is Tyler Reiss, whose background and history we are not privy to until well into the first quarter of the book, and only because Marcus, in his inimitably crass way, asks the questions and makes the discoveries for us.
There is a good deal of wait and bait and wait and see in the beginning of the book--and then the whole thing explodes into a fast-moving, angst-filled, self-doubting, thick-headed battle between two men who never let anyone inside, even each other, until it's almost too late.
As is the case in many books like this, it's a child who races to the rescue, and Lilly is a cool four-year-old who beguiles not only her Uncle Tyler but also the sour Marcus and his friends. The circumstances and plot which develops are logical, very New York, and exciting in every respect. This is another great ending to another great series by an author who has entered my personal Great MM Authors Hall of Fame.
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