A debt is paid and two lives are changed forever.
For Aaron Quinn, the decision to drop out of med school turns his life upside down, and his father piles on the guilt over the tuition costs. So when his father cooks up a plan to hold off a Mafia loan shark's wrath, Aaron reluctantly agrees, desperate to make up for his failings.
Raised and groomed to take over his father’s position in the Mafia, Liam Sandoval has his own issues. Looking for any escape from his horrible life, he accepts the offer of a weekend of pleasure from Aaron. A mutual attraction ignites, and they realize a weekend will never be enough. But the growing relationship will be put to the ultimate test when enemies target Liam's new weak spot—Aaron. Can they overcome the outside forces threatening to pull them apart?
I enjoyed this story immensely. Seeing the badass Liam finding his heart when he meets Aaron was interesting. It made for a nice change as opposed to the stereotypical mob bad guy. It's nice seeing how the sins of the fathers had passed on to the sons but in this case, it just might bring the sons some peace and happiness they both thought was not only beyond their reach but that neither believed they deserved. At times, the plot seems a little rushed but not enough to take away from the enjoyment of the story or the development of the characters. Can't wait to see what this author brings us next.
Rating: 4 Stars
A.R. HAWKINS lives in southern Illinois where she enjoys being a stay-at-home mom to her two small boys. Married to her high school sweetheart and still in love, she can’t help being a romantic. Her romanticism is tempered by her adoration of action flicks, thrillers, and historical dramas, and this shows in her writing. A.R. found her love of M/M romance as a teen when she happened upon a couple of novels at a used bookstore. The men embracing on the covers intrigued her and she fell in love with the idea of relationships in all forms. Writing anything creatively came as a complete surprise to her. One day she couldn’t get a story out of her head and decided the only way to get peace was to write it out. Since then, A.R. has found a passion for writing and sees stories to tell everywhere she looks.