Blurb: Paul wasn't looking for anything special that rainy autumn afternoon when he met Max in a Chicago Starbucks. But Max was-a simple, uncomplicated romp while his boyfriend was out of town on business. And Paul was only too happy to oblige.
There was only one problem: Paul was HIV positive. And just a few weeks after his hot encounter with Max, a letter arrived for him, containing some legalese about HIV infection being a criminal act, with a few chilling words:
You infected me. You didn't tell me. You need to pay.
All the best,
Those words turned Paul's world upside down. He had told Max. Hadn't he? They had used a condom. Hadn't they?
Come along for a heart-pounding ride full of secrets and lies.
Warnings: This title contains homosexual content and M/M sex.
Review: The warning needs to include instant attraction, the dangers of giving in to lust, regrets then curl-the-toes tension and a conclusion that cuts like a knife. Reading Reckless left me emotionally bleeding. The story is an intimate glimpse into a pivotal and defining moment in Paul’s life. I found the writing smooth and the descriptions painted the story perfectly. Life isn’t always beautiful. Read Reckless and see why.