Title: Crossing the Line
Series: A Taboo Love, #3
Author: M. D. Saperstein & Andria Large
Length: Novel (157 Pages)
Publisher: Philly Coconuts, LLC (September 30, 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Parker Hamilton – movie star! That’s what the world knows about me. Oscar winner, prominent bloodline, playboy. But there is so much more to me. My friends are my real family, and they are what matters most. But I’d be lying if I said that I’m not concerned about my reputation. Everyone who lives in the spotlight is.
Listen, I can play any role – drama, comedy, romance. You name it. I can act my ass off, and I have the proof on a shelf in my office. But when my agent calls me into his office to offer me the role of a lifetime, I am hesitant. Not only would I have to act opposite Chance Steele, the most egotistical schmuck I know, but we would also have to pretend to be intimate. Really intimate. As in gay lovers.
Now, don’t get me wrong; I am as open-minded as they come. People can love whom they want, screw whom they want, even marry whom they want. But when you ask me to make out with a dude, pretend to roll around in a bed with him, well, that’s where I draw the line. Maybe.
Sometimes lines are blurry. And sometimes lines are just meant to be crossed.
Purchase Link: http://www.amazon.com/Crossing-Line-Taboo-Love-Book-ebook/dp/B00NHB65WG
Review: This is book three in the series and they can be read in order. This one was amazing and I absolutely loved it. Well, once I got past the hetro sex scenes, that is. Give me two hot men any day, but I lose interest really fast when it is a man and woman.
However I knew with this story that I would get my true love scene soon enough. I think Chance is my favorite out of this story, however Parker does own up to his mistakes in the end. For that, I was cheering him on.
Parker grew up rich as one can be, but his family was horrible. They acted as if they owned it all and everyone around them owed them. Parker had started out doing what the family wanted, and then he found out that he was a better actor then a lawyer. He was also straight or so he thought. That is until he takes a job where he has to be gay. His on the scene lover is none other than a man he can’t stand. However, there is something about Chance that eventually draws him in.
Chance had the worst childhood, that a child could have. His mother was a prostitute and his dad was an alcoholic. Raised within the foster care system, he knew what true pain was. His last foster home, left him feeling hatred and anger. His foster brother had raped him every night until one night he left and stayed in shelters after that. Now a famous movie star he argued with Parker all the time, but there was a part of him that wanted Parker for his own. Now he knows he isn’t as straight as he said he was.
When these two men get together they are hot and burn up the sheets around them. The problem was Chance wanted it known to all that they were together, but Parker was the one with issues. Will Parker loose the man he has fallen in love with because he can’t come out nor will he prove that he is in love with an absolute gem.
I loved this book. It has lots of passion and fire in it. Two straight men who can’t do anything but fight each other realize that they need each other more than anyone could. It gave me two sexy men, hot sex, angst, pain, anger, excitement, and surprises. If you love those then read this story because it gives you that and much more. I can’t wait to read the other books in this series, well unless they have girly parts, that is.
Portia’s Two Cents: It might have taken Chance a minute to figure out he loved Parker, but when he does…Wowza…I soooooo want a proposal like the one that ends this book. 🙂