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Roe brings the heat and also the emotions as Walter falls in love

59135806._SY475_Teacher by Roe Horvat

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Teacher becomes the pupil – when it comes to falling in love that is.

OMG the heat level in this one, even for Roe, is off the charts. Walter and Daniel are combustible, but there’s so many feelings involved too.

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, Roe Horvat writes erotica which is so intense you can feel the heat bouncing off the page but it’s also packed full of emotional engagement, connections beyond the physical and this book was an utter delight.

Honestly, one of his hottest but also one of the most emotionally connected pairs I’ve read. This series with Walter S├ębastien has been an utter triumph as far as I’m concerned. i hope this isn’t the end though!

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Ella Frank’s stunning series continues with this insight into “the Prick”

Confessions JULIEN AMAZON copy
Julien
by Ella Frank

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Things start to get a little bit more complicated as Ella Frank explores more of the dynamic which makes up the enigmatic French-American chef Julien Thornton.

This series is way more than just the menage aspect of it, though. Each one of the three men involved in this relationship brings something the other two needs and that is never more obvious than in this middle book of the trilogy.

Julien is hiding demons and, as the time approaches closer to his beloved twin sister’s death, it becomes clear there’s something very wrong with the usually gregarious man and Priest is worried.

Robbie can go some way to helping relieve the strain. And oh boy do they go! This book ups the sex quotient ante a thousandfold and includes a scene which blows the roof off (which I won’t spoil because it needs to be appreciated without warning).

The intricate emotional weaving together of these three men becomes even more obvious here and it’s never more needed than when they return to Julien’s home town of LA where Robbie finally learns about the ghosts in his lover’s past.

There’s a cliffhanger ending in this one, although Robbie’s integration fully into Julien and Priest’s life is completed here, and it involves the most enigmatic of all – Joel Priestley, Priest, the lawyer who on the surface, is controlled and unflappable.

I can’t wait!

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