Title: Personal Entanglement
Series: Thorne and Dash, Book 2
Author: Silvia Violet
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 30, 2016
Several months ago Thorne hired Riley as an escort. They fell hard for each other and ultimately made their relationship personal rather than professional. Every moment they spend in bed is pure bliss, but good sex can’t solve all their problems as they struggle to make things work between them. Thorne convinces Riley to move in with him, but their differences in age and income weigh more heavily on Riley once they share a home.
If that weren’t enough, culinary school is turning out to be a disappointment for Riley rather than a dream come true, and he’s considering the daunting prospect of starting his own business. Thorne wants to swoop in and fix everything, but Riley keeps refusing Thorne’s money or advice, feeling like he’s losing control over his own life.
Thorne and Riley will have to rely on their love for each other to help them find the balance between independence and entanglement.
Silvia Violet writes fun, sexy stories that will leave you smiling and satisfied. She has a thing for characters who are in need of comfort and enjoys helping them surrender to love even when they doubt it exists. Silvia's stories include sizzling contemporaries, paranormals, and historicals. When she needs a break from listening to the voices in her head, she spends time baking, taking long walks, and curling up with her favorite books. Read excerpts from Silvia’s stories at http://silviaviolet.com and keep up with her latest ventures by signing up for her newsletter: http://silviaviolet.com/newsletter.
I've read a lot of novels in my day, but I found this one unique, and as Mr. Spock would say, 'fascinating.'
I've never read a story with any kind of plot or story arc where a male prostitute and his client decide to form a relationship. Quite refreshing.
The characters' complexity and the solid story line are both indicative of excellent writing and a great deal of thought. One of the things I like about it is that you don't have to read the prequel, Professional Distance (which I have not, but intend to rectify it shortly) do understand the events happening in Personal Entanglement, which is something I really appreciate.
I highly recommend Personal Entanglement and give it a 5 out of 5 stars.