Friday, January 27, 2017

S.E.X. Star Power by Morticia Knight

They must escape danger before they can have their Hollywood ending.

After a few cinematic bombs lower his box-office appeal, actor Adrien Fury wants Harrison Langford to bring his career back to superstar status. He would also love to learn more about his mysterious and handsome agent, if he could ever get him alone.

Harry has loved Adrien for years but never revealed his feelings. He keeps things professional between them and will do whatever it takes to make sure Adrien gets what he wants. When increasingly disturbing letters show up at his agency, threatening horrible things against the man he loves, Harry vows to protect Adrien at all costs.

Adrien and Harry are on the verge of revealing their true feelings to each other when danger strikes. Maybe they can share a lasting love…if Adrien's stalker doesn’t get to him first.

Star Power, a sweetly written romance, by Morticia Knight was a nice edition to my collection of Ms. Knight’s books. Adrien and Harry were the perfect mixture of professionality and lovers.

Harrison, stoic in his resolve, had kept his feelings hidden from the man whom his agency managed. Adrien, slightly struggling actor had needled Harry with bits of teasing during their many years of working together, all the while falling for the older gentleman.

Both characters were sensitive and charismatic. The overall arching theme of mystery and intrigue permeated throughout the story and delivered a wonderfully written and climactic ending.

Kudos Ms. Knight~ The infusion of mild BDSM, along with Harry’s nurturing personality and Adrien’s desire to please, brought the characters and tale to life.

Sexy & Sizzling
A four handcuff review

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