- Entangled: Brazen
- Release Date
- December 2016
- Book 4 of Made in Jersey
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ
When CEO Renner Bastion walks into a room, everyone keeps their distance. Well, everyone but the sarcastic, tattooed, Boston-bred security guard whose presence has kept Renner in New Jersey longer than intended. As if the unwanted attraction isn't unsettling enough, Renner finds out his protector isn't as unavailable as originally thought.
Milo Bautista just came out to his wealthy, ultra-confident boss, a man he secretly respects and admires…in more ways than he'll admit. Worldly, experienced Renner would never look in his direction, let alone share some of that confidence he wears like a cloak, so Milo has set his sights on someone else to be his first.
Until Renner offers him private lessons in seduction...
Book Review by Pip (reviewer)
Nov 18, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
114 people found the following review helpful
Seldom do I venture into M/M territory but when I do, the stories have never failed to disappoint me. Tessa Bailey's first M/M story surprised me and yet didn't, in so many ways, and because I've always hankered after Renner Bastion's story, I was curious to see how he'll close the entire Made in Jersey series with his own HEA.
But I never quite expected him to be paired with the unlikeliest of guys: the ex-military security guard who isn't too sure if he likes women or men, or both, until Renner shows him the possibilities and helps cement what Milo Bautista needs. Hence, Tessa Bailey's road to their HEA is a convoluted path of discovering boundaries, class, sexuality and identity, even if it's not as fluid as she makes it out to be. There are in essence, lessons to be learnt, hot sex to get past and well, world enough and time for lust to turn to love, even if I'm not entirely sure how that switch was made.
As with every Bailey book, there's always some kind of exaggeration and contortionist sex as characters suddenly spill their dirtiest talk while getting down hot and dirty. Honestly, it made me laugh at times when I try to imagine how it all goes down (pun fully intended), but for some reason, Renner/Milo made it a tad more believable than the previous pairings in this series. The happiest of epilogue is probably found here as well, with a hilariously teasing ending line for the readers...that is, HEAs will prevail up until their progeny begins the cycle of angst all over again.
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