Sebastian is having a hard time letting
go of his relationship fears. Hurt badly and made to look
the fool in the past has scarred him and even though he
knows in his heart Dylan, his new boyfriend for the past two
months, is nothing like his ex, he was still having
difficultly trusting in Dylan completely. And the fact that
he told Dylan he loved him without Dylan reciprocating
doesn't help to ease his fears.
Dylan has never known anyone like
Sebastian. He admires everything about him especially his
intelligence, which ironically is something Sebastian viewed
as being a stigma. Both men want their relationship to work
but demons from their past is casting a shadow on what could
be a beautiful future together.
If two people ever deserved to be together it is Sebastian
and Dylan. I like this couple a lot and absolutely adored
Under My Skin II. Dylan and Sebastian take
very cautious steps to solidify their relationship. Both
men feel they don't truly deserve the other but would fight
tooth and nail to keep what they have when outside forces
threaten to take it away. Under My Skin II is
a very enjoyable read. Although this is a sequel and I do
suggest reading the prequel first, Under My Skin II
can be read as a standalone.