Second Skin by Rhianne Aile

Dreamspinner Press


Reviewed by Raine



Nathaniel is being groomed to take over his father’s business. His father is harping on him to hang with the right people, marry the perfect wife and portray the perfect businessman. Ryan spies Nathaniel walking by his shop and peering in the window at the leather items he carries. Over the course of time, Ryan gets Nathaniel to loosen up and go out for a night on the town with him. A night in which Nathaniel is informed he’s not allowed to say “I can’t or I shouldn’t” living only for the moment and what makes him happy. That night becomes a night when Nathaniel finally breaks free and begins to become the person he wants to be.

Ryan and Nathaniel are total opposites. Ryan is outgoing versus Nathaniel’s quiet, reserved nature. That is until Ryan brings out the rebelliousness in Nathaniel. Rhianne Aile is an incredible writer who in covers a lot of background in a small amount of time. Second Skin has a well laid out plot with a lovely ending and I loved every word of it.


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