Ella Frank knows how to spin a tale
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ella Frank knows how to spin a tale, drawing the reader in and making them want to know everything about her characters.
That’s one of the reasons why it’s frustrating for me to read her books when they end on a cliff hanger like this one does 😁
I knew there would be one, it’s become the usual path not only for her solo efforts but also for the books she writes with Brooke Blaine.
And it works, she has me wanting to read them even when I know I’ll be left desperately needing the next installment.
Here she’s outdone herself, because this book is about Sean Bailey and Alexander Thorne. Two men regular readers already know quite well.
Personally, I thought the way she showed Sean becoming aware of Xander as a man he was attracted to, despite identifying as ‘straight’ up to this point, felt very organic.
I believed in his journey completely, and while this book touches only the very start of the relationship, the UST explodes out of the forced proximity situation in spades.
I’m intrigued to see where/how the stalker element travels in book two and what will be the key plotline for that entry.
Bring it on!
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.