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Posted August 11, 2012
I had a little trouble keeping up with who’s who (mostly s
I had a little trouble keeping up with who’s who (mostly surrounding Mac’s story on the theft of the statue), but that clears up pretty quickly. Once that’s worked out, you realize the kind of dilemma that Mac faces as this new relationship gathers momentum, making for heaving emotional investment. It also keeps you guessing about what really happened and how they’re all going to get out of the mess they created. Tara Lain always weaves a strong story among a steamy romance, but this one definitely feels the darkest in terms of conflict and the most intricate with several players to keep track of.
I think the best part of this story – besides the growing relationship between Mac, Trelain, and Daniel – is Mac’s sexual exploration. He’s always been straight, so this foray into the world of gay relationships is completely new to him. It’s all the sweeter watching him lose his “gay virginity” as they put it, because Trelain and Daniel are so careful yet encouraging with him. The three of them are just so cute together! They’re best when facing the parents though *grin*.
Golden Dancer is a tale of intrigue, exploration, friendship, and family. You’ll laugh out loud (a lot), you’ll cry, and you’ll swoon, especially at the grand ending. If you’re a fan of Tara’s work, this will easily climb to your top five favorites!
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Posted February 4, 2013