Making Waves by Pepper Espinoza

Amber Quill Press

Amber Allure

M/M Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-60272-468-6

Reviewed by Ley

   

 

Finding his sister’s fiancé Scott Huxley drunk in bar, Andy Smith embodies his good brother role and takes Scott back to his place to sleep it off.  As a big name actor in Hollywood it would be quite the scandal if the paparazzi were to find him there in his current condition three days before his wedding.  When Scott’s inebriated state gives him the courage to reveal his true nature to Andy, Andy may find it difficult to control his urge to betray his sister by giving in to his attraction to Scott.

Making Waves was good but I found myself having trouble dealing with the lack of integrity within the characters.  I was fine with the attraction between Scott and Andy, I thought they were a good match for each other, but I wasn’t fine with how they were handling the situation and how easy it was for Andy to cross the line with his sisters fiancé, just days before they were to be married.  Granted every one had their secrets in this story and no one was willing to make waves, but Andy’s silence regarding his sister’s future seemed a bit cowardly to me.  As always Pepper Espinoza writing style and her ability to capture my full attention with her stories kept me interested in Making Waves even though I was not crazy about most of it.

     

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