When Zack realizes how many men are into his old friend, he starts to see him in a new light. Matt is no longer the dorky kid who ate dirt. He’s the man Zack was always meant to be with. Zack tries to make a move. Matt rebuffs him. He doesn’t want to be another one of Zack’s conquests. He wants more.
Zack has to decide if he is ready for more with the man who he never thought of as a lover. Matt needs to trust that Zack’s feelings for him are real.
A Second Look is the second book in the Pacific Palms Resort series, but each book can stand alone. This gay male contemporary love story includes graphic sex and is intended for adults only.
Kendall Morgan’s novelette A Second Look was chockful of sex from beginning to end. Zack and Matt were in paradise~ plenty of white sandy beaches, turquoise water, and tons of available and willing men. And what are two healthy men with even healthier libidos to do~ navigate their way through as many willing partners as possible.
A Second Look was a friends to lovers’ tale. Matt always pined for his friend Zack, but Zack was always too busy going to the next conquest, until the light bulb went off and he began to look at Matt through new eyes. The ending of course, was what it should be~ Zack and Matt finally making a go of it. Everything else in between, hook ups run amok.
I never connected with Zack as I found his lifestyle shallow and egotistical. In my opinion, he fancied himself the greatest gift to mankind, using men for his sexual gratification, then walking away. Matt on the other hand, always had a soft spot for his friend and even though he tended to jump in the sack as well, his portrayal was a bit more careful and thoughtful. Young man with a bit of baggage from childhood finally found himself and just lets go.
If you want sexual escapades and a virtual meat market, the A Second Look is the book for you.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
Sexy and Sizzling
A three and a half handcuff review
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