Friday, July 7, 2017

S.E.X. Review by Jessie~ Illuminate the Shadows by Isobel Starling

The thrilling, funny sequel to 'As You Wish'. 

“A Scotsman and an Englishman fall in love… After the most amazing week of his life, at Dunloch Castle on the banks of Loch Ness, in Scotland. The charming, mysterious Samuel Aiken has turned Declan Ramsay’s life upside down. Declan has experienced a remarkable change. He has come to terms with the fact he is bisexual, and he has fallen head-over-heels in love with his boss’s son Sam.

However, falling for his boss’s son was never going to be an easy path to happiness, mainly because the boss in question is multi-millionaire property tycoon and former MI5 operative, Sir James Aiken. 

Sir James is repulsed by his son’s homosexuality, and so discovering that his employee Declan Ramsay- the man he installed to run his luxury property rental empire- is in a relationship with Sam, does not go down well.

The lovers cannot hide from the looming presence of Sir James Aiken for long! Soon enough James makes his move, and Declan finds out what he will have to endure to stay with Sam, and what he will have to give to feel worthy of Sam's love.”

Illuminate The Shadows (Shatterproof Bond 2) by Isobel Starling was just as wonderful as the first one. Set in the hustle and bustle of London the story continued from where the previous book left off. As Declan and Sam rediscovered each other and fell even more love, Sam’s father Sir James had other plans for the couple. Can true love survive Sam’s father and separation once more?

As with the first book, the pages few by and left you wanting more about Declan and Sam. I loved this one as much as the first one. I am looking forward to the next book in this series, Return to Zero. I encourage you to read the series in order or you will so much of the story.

Sexy & Sizzling
A four and a half handcuff review

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