Sunday, May 28, 2017

S.E.X. Review~ Patience by Helena Stone

Patience is a virtue. But what if you wait too long?
While Xander Ekman’s dream of becoming a successful artist has come true, his love life has gone from bad to worse. Sick of the endless string of one-night stands, he accepts the challenge when his best friend, Erik, bets him that he can’t be celibate for a month. Now all he needs is a reminder to keep his distance in the heat of the moment.
Troy Moriarty doesn’t have time for love. He’s too busy trying to keep his recently opened tattoo parlor afloat. Besides, ever since the man who was supposed to be his business partner abandoned him to run the shop on his own, he has a hard time trusting others.
When Xander turns to Troy for a tattoo that will remind him to be patient, the attraction is instant. But faced with Xander’s month of celibacy, Troy’s trust issues, and a nemesis lurking in the background, their relationship may be doomed before it has a chance to begin.

Xander was on the fast track to sexual destruction when his best friend Erik proposed a bet to get his one night stand attitude under control- Stay celibate for a month.

To keep himself in check Xander sought out local tattooist Troy to place a permanent mark in his hand as a reminder for patience and the step back he needed to not simply look for instant sexual gratification.

Helena Stone's first book in her new series Dublin Virtues was wonderfully written with sweet and conflicted characters. 

Patience was a story of finding a purpose in the bigger scheme of life where true love and lasting relationships were within grasp.

Troy and Xander were perfect for each other- wading through their own insecurities to find themselves better together than apart. 

Secondary characters Erik and Lorcan added a little something extra and I look forward to their story.

Well written and held my attention- Patience was...

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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