Thursday, July 13, 2017

Recent Release Review of All In by A.T. Brennan

All In (The Den Boys #1) by A.T. Brennan 4*
BLURB: “I learned a long time ago that nothing is free, not even help.” ~ Blaze
Almost getting killed in a gay bashing should have been one of the worst moments of my life, but with everything I've been through, it was just another day, except for the gorgeous man who stepped in to save me. There is something about Galen that draws me in and makes me want know him, and the more time I spend with him, the more I felt free to be myself. Galen doesn't seem to know what he wants, but I'm a man who stays true to himself, and Galen seems to be someone worth taking a chance on.
"Then you happened and all you have to do is touch me and I lose myself." ~ Galen
I never thought I'd stumble on an attempted murder, but that's exactly what happened one night while I was trying to get home. After chasing away the assailants and helping the enigmatic young victim home I tried to put the incident out of my mind, but I couldn't get him out of my head. I might not have ever thought about being with a man before, but the more time I spend with Blaze, the more I learn about who I really am. Blaze has scars that run deep, but as he opens up to me I find myself questioning everything I thought I wanted, and wondering if I'm a good enough man to give him what he needs.

My Review: I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review. First off let me say that, even though this is book one, it can be read as a stand alone (no cliffhanger endings either :D)
This book was about two men who have, on the surface, nothing in common, and yet they fell in lust with each other. There follows a slow building relationship with both men learning about themselves and each other whilst having great sex. Those sex scenes (of which there are many) are HOT! HOT! HOT! Both characters were so well written I wanted to meet them for real and the secondary characters were very interesting too. I look forward to finding out more about them in future books and, if this is an example of the author's way with words, I am going to be going broke adding to my library with many more books.

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