*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*
~ Kindle Worlds is US exclusive and not available (yet) for international readers~
Once again, Julian Cornell is at the zenith of his career; not only have his designs helped the young men and women in the burn unit, he’s about to ink an exclusive deal with the hottest model for his new high-fashion menswear collection. Everything is perfect except his husband doesn’t understand how important it all is to him, and the model might want more than just to walk the runway in Julian’s clothing.
Nick Fletcher has never been the jealous type; he’s always been confident his place is right by his husband’s side. But now that Julian is about to re-launch his fashion line, Nick fears Julian might be sucked back into a world of beautiful people and wonder what he’s missed being married to a less-than perfect man like Nick.
Leave it up to two meddling friends who think they know best to arrange a hot date guaranteed to put the spice back in Julian and Nick’s marriage, enabling them to remember that what lies beyond the surface is a lifetime of love.
Julian and Nick are back – and the story is sweet, sexy and so amazing. It’s no secret I am a HUGE Felice Stevens fan and I was so thrilled to read this book. Unfortunately for the international reader there is very limited access to the Memories with The Breakfast Club (Kindle Worlds)-series, because it is US exclusive so far. But I hope that amazon will change that asap. 🙂
So far this story is a great but not totally necessary continuation of the series. Of course fans want to have this but nothing realling “new” is told, so it is an additional novella to the series. It is better to have the insight of the Breakfast Club series because otherwise you will be spoiled or don’t know all the information named/mentioned. 🙂
The sex is hot as hell in the book, as always, the romance equally great and it is so sweet not only to see Julian and Nick but the other guys too. A great reunion. :3
5 out of 5 stars and a total recommendation.
The US restriction for the international reader is a bit a bummer but hopefully this will be fixed soon. I really hope for.