Relentless Love by A.J. Llewellyn

Story: 8.5
Presentation: 9
Total: 17.5
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
m/m contemporary
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Blurb: Sequel to Relentless Passion.

Alex has already lost one lover to his brother Zeca. Now his fickle shenanigans have driven Hugh, his other lover, away as well. Alex desperately wants what his brother has, an intensely passionate relationship, so Zeca shares their father Toppy’s advice—you have to love before you can be relentless. Good advice, if Alex weren’t so afraid to follow it.

When Toppy’s own love life gets a little, um…strange, he escapes to St. Tropez. He takes Alex with him, who finds himself face-to-face with Hugh. Too bad Hugh is already lip-to-lip with someone else. But Alex has come too far to turn back now.

The game is on, and while Toppy gets up to his own sexual shenanigans under the St. Tropez sun, Alex will do anything to get back into Hugh’s life…his bed…his body. He’ll first have to learn to face his fears. Only then can he find relentless love.

Review: This story took my breath away with vivid descriptions, emotional, gut wrenching situations for the characters. Pain, betrayal, lost love so poignant I ached with Alex…then I ached with Hugh. I hated Bruce and I laughed with Toppy. The story is a wild journey of discovering what is important in life. This is Alex’s story and you know him most intimately as you read, but the cast of characters are so richly described you’ll become invested with them all. I didn’t want to the book to come to an end because I wanted Bruce to be punished for his behaviour, but maybe because of what he lost, (don’t want to tell you exactly who or what that was because I don’t want to give any spoilers in my review) but I’d like to believe he’s pining away. The book is filled with twists and a few left me dizzy with disbelief. Oh it is so nice to be swept into a story that not only entertains but is filled with hot sex between hot men. Relentless Love was a pleasure to read.

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