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Meeting Solomon again while holding hands with another man wasn't in Lake's plan. Neither was anything that happened afterward.
Posted August 13, 2013
Lake Wynters KNOWS he's good looking and sacrifices many of the fun things in life to keep his looks and his money making career of modeling. He never feels complete without his make-up or being dressed to perfection as that's how people value him.. Too bad his insides aren't as perfect as he's vain, a bit shallow, and has the tendency to run at the first sign a relationship requires work. He likes to be the center of attention and has made pouting an art form. Normally this would make me dislike a character, but Lake knows that he's far from perfect and you can't help but find his carefree ways endearing even while being annoyed. Things come very easily to him until he meets Solomon and what seems like yet another carefree one-night stand evolves into an unexpected relationship that forces Lake to grow up and realize what's truly important in life....real long term happiness that you have to work at or a superficial and fleeting moment of happiness.
Whereas Lake is young, carefree, and surrounded by superficiality, Solomon is an older and wiser man who's known heartache. He and his partner Adonis are committed to one another but on occasion agree to bring a third into their relationship when they find someone special. They're both immediately drawn to Lake's exuberance and playfulness and definitely see them together as a triad forever if they can just get him to stay and fight for the steamy and meaningful relationship they're offering. Solomon and Adonis are both sexy and wise in the ways of the world. Together with Lake they form a super HOT triad that shows Lake something meaningful, something REAL, something worth sacrificing for. It's an eye-opening experience in many ways that forces him to look towards the future and not just the here and now.
At first glance this book appears to be mostly about sex, but as you read further you realize it's more about growing up. It's about the profound discovery of what's important and acting on it. Being with Solomon and Adonis makes Lake a better man, one with a brighter future ahead that ultimately leads to a satisfying HEA for the reader. Lee Brazil has once again provided us with a super steamy beautifully written piece of poetical work that has me greatly anticipating what comes next.