Tyler Paulson receives the
opportunity of a lifetime when he is offered a special
scholarship to the University of South Florida, leaving
behind London, a manipulative mother, and an absent father.
He immediately sets out to pursue his dream of becoming a
writer. After a series of heartbreaks, including a failed
marriage and brutual betrayal, his trust in himself and in
others is shattered.
Thomas Kinsey is your typical
All-American boy who struggles to follow in the footsteps of
his father by becoming an architect. When he meets Tyler,
Thomas knows that he is the man who is meant to spend the
rest of his life with him. All Thomas has to do is break the
news to his family and convince Tyler to let go of his past
in order to make a future with him.
I have been waiting for the release
of Love Slave for Two: Beginnings by Tymber
Dalton for awhile now and I have to say I was not
disappointed. We finally see the story behind Tyler and
Thomas' love. Tyler's sensitive side is showcased along with
the solid strength that Thomas exhibited in Love Slave
for Two. I completely hated one of the villians, but
that just made the story much more interesting and gave a
solid background to the inner workings of Tyler. The flow of
the story wasn’t as smooth as it could have been due to the
constant time jumping and the lulls in between. I do realize
that a decade is a lot to write out in only a few pages, but
to someone who has not read Love Slave for Two, this
can get confusing. However, I thought the ending was
completely worth the slight confusion. It just brought me to
tears. Ms. Dalton truly wove a beautiful tale.