Sunday, April 17, 2022

S.E.X. Review~ Stronger Together by Jamie Lynn Miller

One unexpected kiss. Two lives turned upside down.

Working for British Intelligence, agents Liam Bancroft and Colin Mason live a life of danger, on the razor’s edge. They’ve seen it all, done it all, trusting one another unequivocally with their very lives. Partners. Best mates. Their bond unbreakable.

Until one assignment changes everything…

It should’ve been nothing more than a simple, innocent kiss to save their cover and their mission. But instead, it sends Colin fleeing on a difficult journey of self-discovery and Liam fearing he’s irrevocably destroyed their friendship beyond repair.

Against the backdrop of a quaint cottage in the sleepy English countryside, painful secrets are revealed, long-buried feelings rise to the surface and two men learn for the first time in their lives what it truly means to be in love.

As a fan of Ms. Miller, especially her Shadow Unit series, I looked forward to reading her new book. Stronger Together, Partners 1 was a nice read. Set in the 1970s, and not present day, the author did a nice job of capturing the decade. In saying that, there were times that I felt as if I was in and Austin Powers movie, but enjoyed the book nonetheless.

Liam and Colin were partners in the British Secret Service and made an amazing team on the force. Unfortunately, their secret desires of more were unbeknownst to each other until a forced vacation led them to a secluded cottage where they were able to act on their feelings.

Ms. Miller gave us nice quips, banter between two likable characters, and sexy scenes. I look forward to seeing the direction the series will take as 1970s was not even a ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ atmosphere, but a termination one where acceptance was not a thing. I hope to see Liam and Colin grow in their love for each other and in their support.

Sexy and Sizzling

A four handcuff review


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