But not all is nice and easy in this book. Far from it really. It’s dark. It’s violent. It’s perfect.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
But somehow everything I love about that series is missing here. The characters are interesting enough on their own at first.
Both Morgan and Val are interesting characters with their own quirks and faults, something which makes this romance very believable.
It’s way too much action and not enough character development. But I still read it because I had to know what will happen next.
I’m not too sure about Nathan on his own. He reads very Gary Sue to me.
I really enjoyed that there is no bad boy type. I’m really bored how so many of the love interests are (wannabe) bad boys and are truly just assholes.
Happy tuesday for all the other ones, who are interested in romantic LGBTQIA+ reads.
I don’t know why I thought something with a title having a play at Fifty Shades of Grey could be not as bad as Fifty Shades of Grey.
It was exhausting but in a good way, if that makes any sense at all.
Of course The Gays have to be hot and they must have hot monkey sex as often as possible. Otherwise the book isn’t worth anything. Duh.