Tuesday, April 26, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ Crossroads by Riley Hart

After divorcing the woman he’d been with since he was seventeen, Nick Fuller is starting over. He owns the restaurant of his dreams and he’s determined to meet new people, find new passions, and experience life to its fullest. Easier said than done—that is until he meets his new neighbor, Bryce Tanner… 

Bryce is all about a good time. He plans to show Nick how it’s done, help him meet a few women, and enjoy the gift of the single life he’s been given. But things don’t go as planned, and soon they realize they’d rather be together than with anyone else. 

Neither man has ever wanted another guy, but there’s a connection between them from the start—a spark they can’t deny. They find themselves navigating an unfamiliar new world and dealing with unforeseen obstacles. Physical desire isn’t enough, and now Nick and Bryce are at a crossroads. They have to decide which way to go: the easy path they’ve always followed, or the one that's determined to trip them up at every turn.

Riley Hart brought this reader/reviewer/author to the brink of the emotional roller coaster and looped back to the start. A story of loss, love, and finding the one, Crossroads delivered it all.

Divorced Nick was finally on his own after being in a relationship with his childhood sweetheart- dating, marriage, and divorce.

Bryce rarely took anything seriously—not even his brush with death—or the current status of his failed relationship with his female best friend; who between the two of them have been deceiving Bryce’s family.

Crossroads was more than a story of gay for you and falling in love. This was a tale of life’s curve balls and restlessness until the One finds a way into your life and the Yin and Yang are united and bound. Ms. Hart delivered calm, quiet resolve, and tenacity. Both Nick and Bryce explored and succumbed to life changing decisions that brought each to a crossroads and together made them stronger.

Secondary characters were an integral and necessary part of Riley Hart’s book- Bryce’s crazy and loving family were awesome and fiercely loving. Their emotional upheaval added depth and was not glossed over. Kudos Ms. Hart for not making light of the impact life changing decisions have on families.

Bryce made me want to throttle and adore him at the same time. His smart whit and relentless attitude made me cheer for him as did his decision to jump in both feet- no holds barred. Nick’s more quiet and overthinking mannerisms offset and complimented the over-zealous Bryce.

The sex was well-written and utilized as an integral part of the story and the adventures Bryce and Nick were about to embark.

I wonder why I hadn’t picked up Crossroads before this moment~ so glad I did.
Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review


2016 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

No comments:

Post a Comment