Several months ago Thorne hired Riley as an escort. They fell hard for each other and ultimately made their relationship personal rather than professional. Every moment they spend in bed is pure bliss, but good sex can’t solve all their problems as they struggle to make things work between them. Thorne convinces Riley to move in with him, but their differences in age and income weigh more heavily on Riley once they share a home.
If that weren’t enough, culinary school is turning out to be a disappointment for Riley rather than a dream come true, and he’s considering the daunting prospect of starting his own business. Thorne wants to swoop in and fix everything, but Riley keeps refusing Thorne’s money or advice, feeling like he’s losing control over his own life.
Thorne and Riley will have to rely on their love for each other to help them find the balance between independence and entanglement.
Thorne and Riley are electric in Silvia Violet’s new Thorne and Dash book, Personal Entanglement. Now that Thorne and Riley are in a committed personal relationship, the ante is up as the two men come to terms with their new found liaison.
Silvia Violet infused a wonderful mixture of sexy men, strong dialogue and even stronger connection between Thorne and Riley as they traversed their new life. Each man brought a completely different facet to the story, accentuating the resilient world build which Ms. Violet created.
Thorne was ever stoic in his steadfast way of attempting to hand Riley the world, yet shy and insecure~ making me fall all the more in love with his depiction. As the strong-minded Riley took hold of his old persona Dash, he allowed Thorne to relax in his life and sexually release himself and submit.
The two men needed to find common ground in their lives and Ms. Violet did a lovely job of permitting the men to grow at their own pace, and not rush the story along for the sake of finishing a book. Kudos!
The secondary characters added to the depth of the story and kept the flow without inhibiting the main characters. I look forward to reading more about Marc and Darius and definitely Thorne’s sister.
Personal Entanglement was a sure-fire winner.
A five handcuff review
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