Thursday, March 29, 2012
Book Review: Back Home
Author: RJ Scott
Genre: Gay, M/M, Erotic Romance, Contemporary
Book Details: 352 Pages
Format Reviewed: ebook
Blurb: Kieran Addison ran to London six years before when his attraction to his brothers lover, Jordan Salter, became too much to handle. He has only returned home once, and that was for his own brother's funeral.
When his dad becomes ill, he finally returns home for good, to take over the family business. He has to face the man that Jordan has become and the attraction between them that has never diminished.
Resentment and regret build, but when Addison Construction takes on a make or break renovation project, the two men are forced to work alongside each other to save the company.
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My Review: A company in trouble, a possibly one-sided love since the age of 16 and so much more are struggles that are brought up and conquered in this wonderful story.
Each character is brilliantly placed and explained with background, struggles and more. You find that you are connecting with the characters almost from the very beginning. You get to know them as your progress through the book.
This was relationship driven. While other things are going on to make the story a real story, the main focus is always about Jordan and Kieran.
Wonderful heartfelt story that will capture any reader of the genre.
Details/Disclaimer: Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.