Hank Seeley and Reese Armstrong have
been friends since high school; friends with benefits. For
years, Hank has persuaded Reese to seduce guys and record
the act on tape. Reese never had a problem with it, that is
until now. Hank makes him a bet he can’t refuse, but this
time is different because Reese starts to care for the guy.
Jeff Hartman is special and Reese wants more than one night,
but Hank isn’t ready to let Reese go and he’ll do anything
to keep him by his side.
Hank’s bad influence and Reese’s self-deprecation cause
Reese to make some very bad choices in Wicked Hearts.
Hank is all too happy to keep Reese under his thumb. They
were very good at being wicked together. Reese knows how to
play the game perfectly; he lays it on thick, every word
going straight to Jeff’s heart to break down the walls he’s
built around it. When Reese gets Jeff just where he wants
him though, he decides he doesn’t want to play anymore. He
wants the real thing – with Jeff. Jeff is a sweet guy who
falls hard for the prank and for Reese. If Hank weren’t such
a manipulative jerk I’d actually feel sorry for him. Deep
down, he’s an insecure, lonely guy. Hank’s retribution is
swift and hits its mark, but I don’t think we’ve seen the
last of him. Wicked Hearts is a good story.
Hopefully, there’s more to come.