Furtive Liaison by Amanda Young

Amber Quill Press

Amber Allure

M/M Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-60272-473-0

Reviewed by Ley

   

 

Cruising an x-rated bookstore, true love was not what Shawn Delaney was looking for, what he wanted didnít even require the exchange of names.  When he met Marc Wright, Shawn found himself doing a lot of things he didnít plan on doing.  What was supposed to be a quickie became much more when he agreed to meet Marc again. 

A man not looking for a relationship soon found himself falling in love, but suspicious began to build for Shawn when Marc job keeps their time limited to only the weekends and he finds evidence indicating Marc hasnít been very truthfully with him about his life.  Hurt and confused Shawn seeks to find out what Marc has been hiding from him, but will their knew relationship be strong enough to survive the extent of Marcís betrayal?

Shawnís hurt was very much felt in the throughout the pages of this story. I understood Marcís reasons for keeping his silence on such an important matter, but he should have had more faith in Shawn especially when his feeling for him started to grow stronger.  As much as I liked Marc, his building a relationship based on lies was an awful thing for him to do to Shawn.  I especially felt for Shawn because falling for Marc was the last thing he wanted but Marc found a way into his heart.  As with any good romance story Furtive Liaison had a great outcome, but getting there took a lot of love and understanding.  I enjoyed Furtive Liaison and Iím certain many other readers will love it just as much as I did.

     

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