Quinn's Need by S.J.D. Peterson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book is m/m romance novel.
It's been a year since Lorcan James left Whispering Pines Ranch, and Quinn Taylor has barely recovered. Only two things keep him from falling into the abyss of despair: his work at the ranch and his escape into the world of BDSM at a club called The Push. At The Push, the sound of men begging him helps drown out the bitter memory of his own voice begging Lorcan to stay.
When Lorcan comes back to Pegasus, the same blistering heat simmers between them, but almost nothing has changed. Lorcan is still with Jess, the man he left the ranch with, and Quinn has captured the attention of Ty Callahan, a man who will beg Quinn for anything, anytime, and any way Quinn wants it. Despite how much he wants Lorcan, Quinn swears he'll never beg a man again. If there's one thing Quinn has learned the hard way, it's that not even begging can fill love's aching need.
I really fell for this book. I enjoyed the romance and how the author let us feel what the characters were feeling. And hey, who wouldn’t love a book with hot cowboys. Now for those of you not into m/m romance, this book is sooo not for you. But all others, I really enjoyed it.
Unfortunately, I hadn’t read the first book. But I knew that when I decided to read it. So I immediately fell for Quinn and his side of things. While reading it, I felt like had I read the first one, I would have been a Lorcan fan. But that wasn’t the case. So I was rooting for Quinn like there was no tomorrow. I felt his pain and anguish and wanted him to find happiness. I must say, I wasn’t a big fan of Ty. In the end, my heart was reeling for him, but still there was something I didn’t like about the guy.
Lorcan and Jess were a perfect couple. And even though I wanted Quinn and Lorcan to be together, I think I felt much like Lorcan. You’ll have to read to understand what I mean about that. But Jess really pissed me off with how badly he handled things with Lorcan. I wasn’t sure though how he knew what Quinn was up to. He spelled things out in his letter as if he’d been a fly on the wall. I think that bothered me a bit in terms of the writing.
I really like this one enough to try to get my hands on book 1 and read it even though I know how things are going to turn out. I will also be looking forward to book 3 and other books by this author.
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