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Unraveled (Heathens Ink Book 5) Kindle Edition
"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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Unravaled is book 5 in K.M. Neuhold’s Heathens Ink series. Regardless of whether this book can be read as a standalone or not, this series is fantastic and you really need to read every book. Personally, I think you’ll get more pleasure if you read the books in the appropriate order.
Clay was introduced in book 4 as Beck’s best friend and business partner. It took me a few minutes to figure out who Clay was since he’s not part of the Heathen Ink's crew. Clay is who he is and makes no apologies for it. He has his kinks but struggles to find someone to indulge in those kinks. He’s settled into his life and afraid to step outside of his comfort zone and make changes. Clay is in love with his straight roommate Max and they have a very couply, non-couply relationship. Max works with his father and brothers, and they are very stereotypical mechanics. Max has a great relationship with his daughter, and thanks to Beck, he and Clay get to spend quality time with her. Max notices Clay and enjoys being with him, and everything changes when he discovers a picture of Clay.
As with this whole series, I like the characters in it. I thought Clay, Max and Max’s daughter were great additions to this series. I enjoyed the added Shibari in this story, which is not something I’ve read in MM books before. I have read a series involving Shibari before from a mainstream male/female author so I knew what to expect. I don’t enjoy reading BDSM but I thought this was the perfect level for me. My only concern with reading this book was I felt that Shibari wasn’t something you could just jump into. All I kept thinking while reading was, here’s this newbie picking up ropes, does he know to pay attention to tightness and if there’s numbness? And, it doesn’t seem like a newbie can just jump into patterns and doing it the right way without causing damage. So, for me, I’d like it to be more realistic than a beginner being an expert immediately.
Something I’ve really started noticing is how authors handle the dialogue regarding female and female anatomy and this author handled it perfectly. The characters mentioned not being into women, and the author didn’t make it about women and their anatomy being gross. So, thank you to the author!!
If you haven’t read the books in this series, I highly recommend it! I’ve loved every book and character introduced, though, I’m sorry to Clay and Max, I love you, but Beck is still my favorite character! This is a great series that covers a lot of emotional topics but keeps from drowning you in depression.
Rating: 4.5 stars
So, okay, in this one, we have Clay and Max, and having only read the first one in this series, I wasn’t familiar with them, but I am crazy for a hot dad, so… duh
So, Max has shared custody of his daughter Gigi, and seriously, she is so cute…. She has Max and his roommate and best friend Clay, wrapped around her little finger. Clay is a dancer at his own place, and very much out and proud, and Max is his straight bestie…. Trouble, right ?
However, here lately, they’ve been seeing each other in a new light, because Max is gorgeous, and so good with his daughter, and then Clay is so good with Maxs daughter, and they’re best friends, right …. If you’re gonna fall for someone, it should absolutely be your best friend!! In my opinion at least! They’re perfect for each other!
However, Clay has some kinks and he hasn’t had much luck with finding someone compatible in the past. Nothin major, just a little bit of binding, and rope play… hot right ?
Well, after hearing about it and seeing a picture of Clay bound, Max is intrigued and it opens a world of possibility to both of them.
Things are amazing for a while, but then Maxs ex drops a bombshell on him that she’s leaving and taking his daughter with her….and ya’ll, I know she wasn’t being made to be the bad guy, but I hated that so much. She was getting married, so presumably already living with the guy and had known him for a while, but you don’t tell your child’s father until you’re already moving…. Nu uh…. Not gonna fly…then tell me that you’re taking said kid across the country and not only is nobody doing anything about it, they take it to a judge and the judge just said, OKAY….. again, no way, honey...Not gonna fly…. But it does…
Say whaaaatt ? …. I know, I know… I was thinking the same thing…
Now, while were on the topic of stupidity… Maxs brothers and the way they regarded their brother’s bestie, regardless of them not knowing he was with him, was a MAJOR no, no…. I understand things can be forgiven, and they did okay in the end, but… no, I grew up with racist grandparents, and a phobic family, and still…. By 5 years old, I knew right from wrong!
Other than that, though, those two things… I loved the way these guys loved each other. I loved how Max knew and loved what Clay needed, and as heartbreaking as it was, Clay knew what Max needed and let him go. Be still my heart right. I was gutted…
The end though, couldn’t have been more perfect, Or, it would’ve been amazing had Gigi got to see her Clay… but, there’ll be other books, right ?
Next time, hopefully.
4 stars from me!
"-If you're trying to gey into my pants, flattery will get you everywhere," Clay slurs and then giggles."
Unraveled is about Clay Rollins (Beck's best friend) who owns the dance studio, On Pointe. He has the biggest crush on his very straight roommate, Max!
Clay is hopelessly looking for a partner he can trust with his mind and body. He has a kink that scare most of the guys.
Max Moretti works in his family's car shop, but he is dreaming of working in a motorcycle shop and fix classic bikes.
Gigi, his seven year old daughter, is his life! It's been ages since he was on a date, but lately, non of the women he meets is giving him the feelings he is looking for.
One drunken night, Clay tells Max about his kink. And he is deadly afraid that Max is going to kick him out of the apartment. But Max gets intrigued. And he can't seem to get a specific picture out of his head...
I can't seem to get out in words how much I loved the connection and the love between Clay and Max!!
"My daddy wants to kiss you and be with you forever," Gigi declares with a smile."
If you haven't read the previous books in the A Heathens Ink series, then you'll get a good tease of the guys in this book. I love those guys!!
"-A gentleman doesn't get ravaged by a hunk and tell," I quip. "-No fair, I told you when Gage and I finally got down and dirty," Beck pouts. "-Exactly, you are far from a gentleman."