Sunday 10 July 2011

For Love of Max (To The Max #2) by Julie Lynn Hayes - Book Review

Title: For Love of Max (To The Max #2)
Author: Julie Lynn Hayes
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Publication Date: 4th June 2011
Pages: 388
Format: E-book - PDF
Genre: Paranormal M/M
Source: Bought Copy

Life is truly beautiful! Richard actually asked me to marry him, do you believe it? Of course there's a small hurdle we have to cross--namely that gay marriage isn't legal here in Missouri. But it's a start, right?

Things are looking up for us, now that I know the truth about Richard. Our careers are doing well, we're blissfully happy together, and Mother has given us her blessing! My sister Diana is going through boyfriends like some people change clothes. I wonder if she'll ever find Mr. Right? Cat's cousin has turned out to be a real interesting character, and the most interesting thing is--he’s a werewolf! And more disturbing than that, I think that maybe my father (that shadowy figure who's never figured in my life) might just be someone named Jason. It's a long story.

Just when I thought I had things figured out, they change, and I find out that what I thought I knew was just so much nonsense. In other words--lies. Who can I trust? Other than Richard, of course. And what should I believe? And why does it seem like the world is trying to shake me out of my lycanthropic closet?

What's a gay werewolf to do?
(Goodreads Synopsis)

Yay, Max is back!

I was a big fan of To The Max, the first book in the series, and so was thrilled to see Max and Richard return for a sequel.

This book picks up where the first left off and the action gets going straight away. For fans of the first book, all the old characters are back, but there are also some new figures who rock up and manage to complicate Max's life even further.

Like the first book, this is one for the over 18 audience due to the sexual content, but, with Julie Lynn Hayes at the helm, you can be assured of a well-developed plot and fully formed characters too.

The ending leaves us open for another sequel, and I for one will be waiting impatiently for more tales from Max.

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