Eye Candy by Amanda Young

Loose Id

M/M Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-59632-639-2

Reviewed by Ley



Jake believed in sex and mutual gratification not love, never love. Thatís what he told himself until the one person he thought he would never see again moved back home. Jakeís heart was broken and torn apart by Kane, he was Jakeís first love and first everything. Now heís back, the one person who could penetrate the walls Jake built up and Jake donít know how to handle it.

Kane never forgot about Jake.  Heís very remorseful of his actions that caused Jake so much hurt.  He wants Jake back in his life, but he knows that may never happen, but then Kaneís son steps in to get the two moving in the right direction.

Eye Candy is great!  Itís a really good follow up to Man Candy.  I couldnít blame Jake for not wanting to trust in Kane again, he betrayed Jake in the worst way and left him alone to face the ridicule and scorn of those who believed the worst of him.  Jake can not be faulted for only caring about the here and now and leaving the love and forever to others especially when Jimmy, a one night stand, turns around and does the same thing Kane and his family did to him years ago.  Kane is very sorry for his impulsive actions that caused Jake so much hurt, but in his defense they were young and most of what happened was beyond Kaneís control.  I very much enjoyed Eye Candy and I feel many others will too.


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