- Riptide Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2015
- Book 3 of Romano & Albright
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
Caesar Romano's catering career is doing better than he'd ever dreamed. And so is his love life—even if his boyfriend's house in Staten Island is way too far from civilization for his liking. But then in short order, Caesar is duped into helping his cousin propose, is tricked by his best friend and business partner into appearing on live television, and is harassed by a thug-like personal trainer and his far too beautiful wife. In fact, Caesar is almost too busy to notice that something is troubling his PI boyfriend, Dan Albright.
Laid-back, open, charming—that's the impression hunky former NYPD Detective Dan Albright gives everyone. Caesar can add sexually adventurous and a bit of an exhibitionist. But he also knows that Dan is hiding something—something dark and a little dangerous—and when Dan's silence over his mysterious past threatens to harm them both, it's Caesar's turn to save the day.
But then again, a break-in, a gallery party, an heirloom ring, a new suit, and a stalker with bad BO are all just a typical week for Caesar Romano.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Dec 31, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
122 people found the following review helpful
Dan and Caesar are so great together. I love their affection, banter, chemistry... and pretty much everything about their relationship.
Of course, it all starts with Caesar getting himself into trouble. But it seems that it was all due to Dan keeping things to himself instead of confiding to Caesar about potential trouble from his PI job.
The story is fun and fast-paced and filled with L.B. Gregg's brand of humor, which I love. It's not silly or overstated, but there in the background, keeping a constant smile on my face.
Caesar and Dan continue to be so sexy together. Dan is slowly bringing out Caesar's daring side and they couldn't be any hotter together, really.
My only complaint is that their relationship is moving sloooowwww. Actually, it's probably moving at a realistic pace, but in the romance world, it feels slow. While there was some progress made, to me their story doesn't feel finished so I'm hoping (and wishing and praying) that there's more Caesar and Dan in the future. Because I just can't get enough of these two.
WITH THIS BLING is a solid addition to what's shaping up to be a must read series in the M/M romance genre.
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