Sunday, February 1, 2015

Redeeming Raygan by Megan Slayer

Title:  Redeeming Raygan
Series: Zero Ohio, 5
Author: Megan Slayer
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Genre:  MM, Contemporary
Pages 121
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s blurb
 After plenty of failed relationships, Raygan wants nothing to do with love...until he meets a man named after a car. Then his structured, but closed off world gets turned upside down.

Fresh out of a bad marriage, Jamie “Jeep” Grusin is not looking for another partner...until he ends up at Eight Ball.
Two rough endings can equal one hot beginning...

Raygan Mason is done with love. After plenty of failed relationships, he wants no part of the emotion. He’s broken inside and believes he’s not worthy of redemption...until he meets a man named after a car. Then his structured, but closed off world gets turned upside down.

Jamie “Jeep” Grusin isn’t big on love, either. Fresh out of a marriage filled with cheating and lies, he’s not looking for another partner. The writer wants a fresh start and is told Zero will cure what ails him. He’s not convinced...until he ends up at Eight Ball bar.

Can two men who think they are totally wrong for each other find out that redemption and a new start is so right?

 I love this addition to the Zero Ohio Series by Megan Slayer.  Redeeming Raygan is both sweet and hot at the same time. 
Raygan has just inherited the eight ball bar. He is not really thrilled. He has been burn at love and is really cynical about it now.  He is a good guy who has had a lot of tough breaks.
Jeep Grusin is an author; he comes to Zero Ohio to research a book. He too has been hurt in love. But he is much more open to finding love again.  Especially with the man he cannot stop thinking about… Regan.
Together both men mature as this book unfolds. They go from a place of insecurities to a strong love that can withstand anything. I liked watching the journey nothing seemed rushed or out of place.  There are some very hot sex scenes too that will keep you reading. The story itself, a tale of accepting yourself and growing from what life throws at you is one I am very glad to have read.
Megan Slayer brings great stories to live with characters I will never forget. This book is no acceptation.   Zero Ohio is part of a series and should be read in order. There are people we know and love from other Zero Ohio stories in this book.   If you like true love and a small town feel Zero Ohio is the perfect book for you. 

                               Five Shooting Stars 

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