Bo is still hiding what he is from
everyone, sometimes even himself. He wants Sam but not
openly. He is afraid of admitting that he’s gay and what that
might mean for his life. Bo has finally left Janine, but he
lives in fear and it colors the relationship he has with Sam.
Right now all Bo allows them are hurried gropes in dark
corners and covert touches. His life is in turmoil and he is
afraid it’s starting to fall apart.
Sam is agonizing about Bo. He loves him
and wants to be with him, but Sam doesn’t know how much longer
he can stand hiding in the closet with Bo. Sam wants to be
able to touch him and express his feelings without Bo
panicking about being seen. Plus, this new investigation is
bringing up a lot of things that too closely resemble what
happened at Oleander House three months ago that it is leaving
him scared and uncertain.
What Hides Inside is a classic
Ally Blue story, fast paced and full of angst. Bo and Sam
are very lovable characters, even when they are acting like
idiots and you want to smack them for it. The books goes from
funny to scary to sensual in ways that grip you and make you
live the emotional journey the characters make. If you are a
fan of Ally Blue’s work you will love this book. Read
What Hides Inside, you won’t be disappointed!
Note: this is the second book of the
series and it can be read as a stand alone, but you might miss
some important references.