Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
After flying off with his step-father to search for the missing Birrnian prince, Dar Banning, Liam has returned home to Kinsale. But his once small, comfortable and isolated world has become confining and claustrophobic. With the unexpected bond of friendship formed between Aerin Manus and Karam Kael, and the threat of war with the Menden Empire looming over their heads, Keir Liam strikes off into the world with his companions, ready to take on whatever new adventures await them.
Pairings: F-F, M-F, M-M, M-M-M
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 2
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 3 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Adopted Child, Cheating, Class Differences, Coming of Age
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters
“Are you really going to tell me no?” Kale asked as he began to tug at Liam’s clothing.
There was no reason for Liam to respond for Kael already knew his answer. “But I should tell the others that I’m aboard.”
“Don’t worry,” Kael purred, before kissing the indentation of Liam’s clavicle. Wrapping his left leg around Liam’s torso, Kael kept Liam’s body close to his. Extending his right leg as far as it would go, Kael used the heel of his booted foot, that just touched the door’s wooden panels, to slide it shut. “Anybody walking by will know you are here with me.”
David on Amazon wrote:
A fun adventure well worth reading.
This is book 2 in what looks to be a series. You don't have to read the first book to know what's going on in this one. Thanks to a prologue, the reader is quickly brought up to date on what happened in book one. However, I would recommend you read book one so you can fully flavor the people involved in this particular work. It is a grand journey, expertly told, and one that keeps your interest from the first page to the last.
Part 2 gives us more interesting characters and stories. Scott continues to build a fantastic world. He continues to build fantastic relationships between those characters. And he builds a world where those characters are all pretty much LGB in some shape, way, or form. I love this world.
I will warn the reader that this book is a bit more sexual than the first one, but apparently that's what his readers wanted. I'm glad a queer writer is unapologetic about queer sexuality in his book, but I'm hoping for fewer erotic scenes in the third installment... But at least they're well-written. I personally just prefer the flirtiness we got in the first book.