Sunday, 7 June 2015

Book Review: Lunar Affair by L. V. Lloyd (MM)

Title: Lunar Affair
Author: L. .V Lloyd
Publisher: Self-Published

Publication Date: 2014 (2013)
Pages: 222
Format: Paperback
Genre: MM Space Romance
Source: Copy from Author

Lieutenant Jack Alexander sat morosely over his drink in the corner of the bar and watched the man he loved being expertly seduced. He had waited years for Marc to return his affections, perhaps now was the time to move on - stop fixating on the one man who was out of reach, his best friend, Marc Duran.
But when Major Ethan Pattisson is sent to the planet Mayia to investigate the theft of hundreds of illegal weapons, Duran comes under the spotlight, and Jack can’t help stepping in to save him.
When Jack finds himself caught in the middle between Pattisson and Duran, he discovers that unrequited love might soon be the least of his problems.
(Goodreads Synopsis)

Lunar Affair is a very enjoyable space opera romance with an interesting plot-line and likeable characters. I was caught up in the story so much that while I had intended to read for half an hour last night and then turn off the light, I ended up reading for 2.5 hours until I finished it.
If I had one wish for this book it would be a little more world building as I wanted to know more about the places they were in, life on the Patrol ship etc. But even without that the characters and wanting to know how things would work out for them kept me turning the pages.
A great quick read for those who like space-bound MM tales.

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