Sunday, November 29, 2015

Can't Let Go by E.A. Reynolds

Title: Can't Let Go
Series: True Psy, 1
Author: E.A. Reynolds
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand
Genre: MM, Contemporary, Paranormal
Word Count: 59394
Reviewer: Redz












Publisher's Blurb
[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative African-American Paranormal Romance, M/M, light spanking, HEA]
Thomas Oaklyn is a confident lawyer with a winning record. He is certain he has it all and considers his two-year-old relationship with his lover and best-friend, Tide Greenly, exactly where it should be, safely in the closet. Coming out will cost him everything he thinks is important. Then, Greenly asks for more.
Tide Greenly is tired of living a lie. He’s a Separatist and is determined to live openly gay, so he breaks up with Thomas. But the breakup is complicated by the fact that they’re working a case together.
During the search for truth and justice for, Thomas comes to realize he can’t live without Greenly. As he attempts to win Greenly’s heart, Thomas stumbles upon a conspiracy that could start a war between the two powers of the Psy Community and cost every gay man his life. Will Thomas walk away or risk his life for the greatest love he’s ever known?













Review
Can't Let Go is the first in the True Psy series by author E.A. Reynolds. I found the romance in this book to be really good, the storyline however kept confusing me. I hope it is just new series and it will take me a few to get up to speed with it. But as of right now I am on the fence on weather or not I can understand and get behind this new world. It is well written, but I was not really understand everything.
Thomas is a lawyer very confident. He has been in a two year relationship with his long time lover Tide Greenly. He is in the closet.
Greenly doesn't want to be in the closet. He is tired of hiding who he is. He wants to belong and feel comfortable in his own skin.
The chemistry between these two is okay. They were not off the charts but they were believable as a couple. I hope as this series moves on I can grasp it a little bit better because as it stands right now it is okay. I can't highly recommend it but I wouldn't say it is bad either.


                       Four twinkling Stars



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