Life in Las Vegas as a bodyguard and the lover to the city's most exciting Dom is about to become even wilder.
Ethan has moved to Las Vegas to become the lover of Maxmillian Poole, and although things sizzle between them in the bedroom, Ethan is frustrated by his lack of employment. How can he be an equal partner if he doesn't hold a job? When a reputed mob boss forces Maxmillian to hire Ethan as a bodyguard at the Elite Poole, Ethan is thrilled. But having Ethan work for him strains Max's ability to separate business from pleasure. Max can't keep his hands off Ethan even though it may end up hurting them both, especially when the Mafia becomes involved.
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Ethan has moved to Las Vegas and is now living with Max. He begins working at The Elite Poole and Max is pressured into giving him an assignment guarding a dangerous mob boss. I like that Max is starting to realize his relationship with Ethan might be more than just physical. Excellent narration from Nick Russo. Can't wait until the next one is released :)
Nick J. Russo is back! I love when someone captures the voices of characters and you grow to expect hearing them, only to have that same voice return in the next story. Mr. Russo does a wonderful job with Max and Ethan (and all of the other characters), giving them distinctive voices that are easy to discern. He is so easy to listen to, and I wouldn’t hesitate to pick up any of his narrations.
Ethan because while he doesn’t totally understand his willingness to completely submit to Max, he cannot deny the feelings. He he goes along with Max’ wishes, but he starts showing more signs that he won’t just let Max walk all over him. He listens to his body but also his mind.
Ethan and Max because Mr. Russo captures each character so well in ways that show clearly how different they are but also how good they are together.
The only thing I am unsure about is whether you would get the same thing out of this story if you hadn’t read it first. I find that listening to an audio book after I’ve read it is like watching a movie after reading a book. For me, it puts more life into it and gives the characters more depth. But, just as with movies, I think reading the book first gives you a tiny bit more detail. At least, that’s the way it is for me. So, if you feel the same, I highly recommend you read this series first, but do not hesitate to rush right out and pick up the audio. If, like me, you are not ready to let these guys go at the end, you’ll be glad you have the audio to look forward to, as it enhances and brings these guys back to life.
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