Doyle Turner’s a psychologist specializing in addiction recovery and is a professional sober companion. He’s also a recovering alcoholic with over twenty years of sobriety under his belt. And he’s a Dom in his personal life, which he hasn’t had much of lately.
Mevi Maynard not only tests Doyle’s infinite patience, the handsome rock star is testing his self-control, too. Mevi Maynard’s rock-bottom crash follows the discovery that his manager stole his fortune. Now, Mevi’s fresh out of rehab. But if he doesn’t want to file bankruptcy, he has to stay sober for the new tour, or he’s out of the band. But what he can’t admit to Doyle—and has never admitted to anyone—is that he’s gay.
One patient Dom. One stubborn rock star. Both are really stupid men, according to their friend Tilly. Can she help the men get out of their own way and see the light, and their love for each other, before it’s too late?
It’s hard to believe we are all the way up to book number 43 in the Suncoast Series, but here we are. I’m certainly happy it has shown no signs of stopping, and if for some awful reason it does…(insert gasps of indignation here.) There are always spinoffs yeah?
I will freely admit, as most people who know me know, I don’t usually read MM books. I’m just not a fan, but like in BDSM, my kink may not be your kink, but life would be pretty boring if we all liked the same thing. As long as we all respect one another’s choices. That being said, I will always read a MM book by Tymber every time. I love the stories, the characters, and I don’t want to miss a moment of them.
I really loved this one because Tilly was such a huge part of it. These boys needed some serious Tillytervention throughout the book, between her mistress persona, her scary Tilly, or just her matchmaking skills. Tilly puts in some major overtime. (As does the soundtrack to Hamilton.)
There were times I wanted to Gibbslap Doyle in the book, but it just goes to show that even doms make mistakes now and then. I really liked Mevi, and I applauded him for dealing with his alcoholism positively. Just a wonderfully well done book all around.
This book gets 5 Tilly Approved Stars
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