Thursday, January 28, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ Where He Ends and I Begin ~ Cardeno C. ~ Narrated by Alexander Collins

Aggressive, physical, and brave, Jake Owens is a small town football hero turned big city cop who passes his time with meaningless encounters believing he can't have who he really wants: Nate Richardson, his best friend since before forever. Thoughtful, quiet, and kind, Nate is a brilliant doctor who has always known who he is and has never been able to shake his crush on loyal, courageous, straight Jake.

After a passionate night together, Nate realizes Jake isn't as straight as he assumed, but he worries that what they shared was a fluke, a result of too much closeness for too long. For Jake, the question isn't how they ended up in bed together because he has always known that Nate holds his heart; it's how he'll convince Nate that he wants and needs to stay there.

I thoroughly enjoyed Where He Ends and I Begin by Cardeno C., narrated by Alexander Collins. The title appropriately fit the story as Jake and Nate begin their life before each other was a glimmer in their mother’s eye and from birth were two peas in a pod.

The wonderful pretext of the story, life-long friends, a loving relationship and then lovers allowed the author to captivate us with the journey that was Jake and Nate.

Both men were loving and exhuberant in their joint lives and holy hell, their love making. Once sex was brought to the table and Jake and Nate realized a life together as couple was possible, no one held back. ~ S.E.X.~

The story was told from both men’s POV for the same events, but was clearly delineated in the author’s writing and Mr. Collins narration. Nicely done!

I enjoyed Jake and Nate’s love story and the journey they took to achieve their happiness.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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