Title:Pretty Boys Box Set
Series: Contains: Pretty Boy, 1, Pride,2, and Mookyul,3
Author: Ana Raine
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: MM, BDSM
In the world of professional UFC Karate fighting, pretty boys via for championships -- and hearts.Kai Masami always thought he wanted to go to Japan as a Karate fighter. That is, until he met Liam Evans. Liam is untouchable, though. Kai will do whatever it takes to forget about Liam -- even joining a BDSM site, where he meets a man who calls himself only "Master." Who is Master and will he be dominant enough to make Kai scream into submission?
Kai Masami has finally received his invitation to fight for in Japan. Now Kai must choose which of his two lives is more important -- facing his family and therefore his past? Or staying with Liam and being able to admit his complete devotion and love...
For Mookyul, an orphan living on the streets of Daegu, South Korea, street fighting is a way of life. But when he saves a beautiful young Korean man, Sae-Min, from a group of bullies, Mookyul attracts unwanted attention.
The leader of the Korean Kkangpae mafia offers to absolve all of Mookyul's debt and give him the chance to become a professional fighter -- but every offer from the Kkangpae has a price. Is the chance at a life with Sae worth the cost the Kkangpae will extract if Mookyul accepts their offer?
Publisher's Note: Pretty Boys (Box Set) contains the previously published novellas Pretty Boy, Pride, and Mookyul.
Pretty Boys box set contains all three book in the series, Pretty Boy, Pride and Mookyul. I really liked the gritty, raw style Ana Raine has brought to this series.
Pretty Boy has the start with Kai and Liam. Kai goes to Japan to fight for Ride and to forget an lover. He finds a Master and a love for fighting along the way. Kai in this story is dueling with his need to fight and his need for a Master. I liked how someone so strong could still find the need to submit. Proving there was a strength in that submission.
In Pride the next book this continues Kai's story and Liam's. Their journey is going to another level. More gritty than the first book and graphic in some ways but I liked the journey we are going on. I felt like I was really seeing the evolution of them as a couple.
Mookyul is the last book in the series. For me not the best one. But it really does move the world and those who live in it along and I liked that tie in.
Over all the box set is well thought out and has a real cohesive story of Kai and Liam and how fighting ties into the world they live in.
five shooting srars