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[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Romance, M/M, HEA]
Styx Randall has high hopes for his job interview with Rescue for Hire West. The idea of spending his days fixing the high powered planes and vehicles for the company is his idea of heaven. When he meets Flyer Wakefield, he adds the pilot to his list of wants in life, with want soon turning into need. But why is the nervous man’s phone ringing constantly? Styx finds out the first time he takes Flyer into his arms and discovers his scarred body.
Flyer accepts that he can’t sit still. He knows if he doesn’t keep eating he’ll wind down like a toy top. What he doesn’t understand is why his sadistic ex-boyfriend won’t leave him alone. Meeting the big, bad mechanic should send Flyer running for the hills, and yet the attraction is undeniable. Flyer finds strength and healing in Styx’s arms, but will that be enough when his ex-boyfriend kidnaps Flyer and some of his teammate’s partners?
A Siren Erotic Romance
This is Rescue for Hire West and it follows the same general pattern as the guys from out East.
Alpha male finds his “one and only” in a usually more submissive/hurt/abused/smaller guy and the two find a way to make it work – eventually.
In this case, Flyer is the poster child for ADHD and has a very abusive ex who is stalking him. (In fact we get to see from the stalker’s POV – very disturbing!)
Styx is a tough guy, out of the military, looking for a place to make his home.
Most of the book is about the stalker and it can be very graphic and hard to read – fair warning – I had to skip a lot of that – too painful to read.
But… I loved Flyer and loved his energy and how Styx managed to calm him down. Styx has his own demons but is – for the most part – the solid presence in this relationship – keeping Flyer tethered when he needs to be.
At the end of the book we get a glimpse of who will be next and – wow – that looks like it’ll be a tough one….
For fans of the series I recommend this one – and if you haven’t read at least the books in this series I do recommend reading them in order – though technically they can all be read as a standalone.
4 of 5 stars
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