Breaking The Devil by Baily Bradford

Loose Id

Erotic M/M Contemporary Western

ISBN 978-1-60737-433-6

Reviewed by Nannette



Mack vowed to love Justin forever the night they finally made love. Twelve years later, Mack still loves Justin and pines for him even though Justin walked away from him that night. Now, Justinís back, trying to hold Mack to his promises. Just when Justin thinks he might have a shot at forgiveness, their past comes back to haunt them.  

Twelve years of heartache is a long time. But apparently Mack thinks with his little head when Justin comes back, because the minute he sees him, without Justin offering any explanation as to why heís been gone, he lets Justin put his hand down his pants. Mack doesnít exactly put his feelings aside or forgive Justin right away, but his attraction hasnít dimmed a bit and it overrides his anger. Mack and Justin do get to the heart of their problems in Breaking The Devil, however thereís a lot of sex before it happens.  The chemistry between Justin and Mack is undeniably intense, and the sex is hot in Breaking the Devil. Itís also a heart-warming romance.  


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