At Long Last by Shawn Lane

Amber Quill Press

Amber Allure

M/M Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-60272-449-5

Reviewed by Ley



Coming home was a big move for Scott Trask and taking a job working for his father was an even bigger one. Not only would he have to work extra hard to prove his worth to his father, he also has to keep his feelings in check while working in the same offices as Preston Reynolds, his brotherís best-friend and the man he has secretly loved for years.

Preston who is recently divorced has tried to ignore the strange feelings he would have toward other men, he has succeeded except when it came to Scott.  When Scott left town, Preston was able to push those feelings to the back of his mind, but now that heís back and working in the office next to him his need for Scott was too much to ignore.  Embarking on a passionate sexual relationship, Preston may find it difficult to hang on to Scott when Scott wants to tell the world how much he loves Preston, but Preston wants to keep their relationship a secret. 

At Long Last Love was absolutely wonderful.  It was an easy flowing read with great characters.  Scott was so open and lovable he so deserved to be loved especially by the man he always loved.  As much as I liked Preston, I really disliked his treatment of Scott, but I understood his fear.  Jack, Scottís brother and Prestonís best friend was great, and I liked the relationship between him and the guys but he also had his own little story I would have loved to have read more about. At Long Last Love is angsty, passionate and a very enjoyable story.


© All Rights Reserved 2005-2010 -

All reviews are the opinion of the reviewer.
Graphic Design by Valerie Tibbs