Merle play’s a vampire on tv. His life’s looking up but then he encounters a group of hostile homophobes. He’s saved by the biggest, sweetest, man ever: Tom. Their lives are so different that a future may not be possible. How can the growing feelings between them last?
Merle is trying to figure his life out and I respect him for that. Sometimes it’s a rollercoaster and other times it’s a damn bungie jump. He starts this friends with benefits relationship with Tom after he is saved but there’s this part of him that wants more. Tom is also interested in getting this thing with Merle to the next level but because of heartbreaking past he’s hesitant. Tom is a gentle giant type but I felt like sometimes he is portrayed as almost mentally slow. It is really strange how the character kept fluctuating. His dialogue or thoughts or actions aren’t consistent. Tom and Merle’s romance is beautiful and I really enjoyed this story!
Val is the bad boy of ballet and he’s also the prime suspect in his dancing rivals death. Andrew is the sexy detective who’s trying to find the killer. Both men must face this dangerous enemy while the love between them grows.
I love a good mystery and this book certainly has that. It is really well done, and kept me on the edge of my seat. Although I had my suspicions on the killer(s), correctly I might add, it is still great to see the story unfold. The romance between Val and Andrew is both sweet and hot. I don’t want to give too much away about the plot. Let me just say, if you like romantic suspense, you’re going to love this book.
Death Dancer is a must read!