Saturday, December 3, 2011

Pulled Long by Christine d'Abo

Pulled LongPulled Long by Christine d'Abo

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This novel is for mature audiences and features m/m romance.

Book Summary

For months, coffee shop owner Ian Long has fantasized about a customer he knows only as "Blue Eyes." Until he learns Blue Eyes is in the midst of a divorce—the last thing Ian wants is to be the rebound experiment of a straight guy. Giving in to lust, he invites the man into the cafe after hours and they indulge in a little exhibitionist play, but Ian is unwilling to get involved.

But when he’s forced to see Jeff again to return his briefcase, Ian finally agrees to go out on a date. Dinner quickly becomes an erotic encounter in a special room at the sex club Mavericks, and Ian realizes Jeff satisfies desires he didn’t even know he had. The more he gets to know Jeff as a person, the harder it is to resist falling for him.

Jeff makes it clear he’s interested in more than just sex. He wants to go public with their relationship in more ways than one. But can Ian open his heart, when he fears it will be broken?

My Review

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

This book for me was the best in the series. The first two dealt with Ian's sister and their romance. Now up is Ian. He finally found love and I was totally excited for him. It’s no secret that his love was blue eyes. Blue Eyes finally revealed his name in this one and also that he was bi-sexual. That only made poor Ian cringe because he had a bad experience with a man who couldn’t admit he was gay or bi-sexual.

The story took us on adventure after adventure. We even get to met Blue Eyes ex. It was a hot and thriller tale. For those who like m/m romance, this is a must read. But even if you don’t, it’s the ending to a series and you should try it out.

I gave it five stars because it was better than the other two which I gave four. It was more like 4.5, but who’s counting. LoL!

Great read! I recommend for adults as this book contains graphic love scenes. It’s a must for those who enjoy m/m romance.

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