past six months Lord Vincent Prescotís life has been exactly
where he wanted it. He had prestige, wealth, respect, and
lived the high life of the London society. Most important,
he had the devotion of Lord Oliver Marsden, his best friend
and lover whose sexually submission to Vincent leaves him
craving for more.
has loved Vincent for years, and through a bold move he was
finally able show Vincent just how much. Six months later,
Oliver wants more from Vincent. Sexually things are perfect
between them, but emotionally Vincent treats Oliver as his
dirty little secret. Oliverís belief that Vincent does care
for him, but is afraid to show it, is what keeps him waiting
for Vincent to come around. However, when Vincent announces
he plans to marry, Oliver knows he has to find the strength
to move on.
faced with losing Oliver, will Vincent finally tell him how
much he truly means to him?
Bound to Him is a fantastic follow-up to Bound by
Deception. It was the morning after and then some that I
was hoping for after reading the prequel. Oliver was such a
sweet guy in the prequel, and it was Oliver again who made
me love Bound to Him. I wasnít too crazy
about Vincent in this book. He came across a lot more self
absorbed and very oblivious to Oliverís feelings, but every
now and then glimpses of the man Oliver loved did shine
through. There was quite a bit of angst in this follow-up
and I loved it. Readers who enjoyed Bound by Deceptions
will also enjoy Bound to Him.