Wednesday, April 22, 2020

The Only Way to Love by M.A. Innes

Title: The Only Way to Love
Series: Mechanics of Love, 2
Author: M.A. Innes
Publisher: M.A. Innes
Genre:  MM  Contemporary
Pages: 220
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher Blurb
M/M Age Play Romance

Flirting with the tattooed hottie who comes into the library is fun, but Jules knows it will take more than patience and a warm smile to be a good Daddy.

Jules realizes he can’t keep sending mixed signals to the tempting bad boy who keeps hanging around, but he’s not sure how to go about taking things to the next level. Everything in Jules is screaming out that Frank is the perfect Daddy Dom even though they’ve technically never met. But a man who loves romance novels and teases the little old ladies at the library has to be as perfect as he seems…right?

Frank has a thing for smart guys, but with his tattoos and rough looks, most sweet men run the opposite direction. But not Jules. He runs, but never too far or for too long. Frank knows the teasing librarian that peeks at him around corners is nervous, but are his fears about Frank or is the shy librarian with the beautiful smile hiding something?

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Story Contains: M/m sexual content, age play, ABDL, BDSM elements, spankings, a technically innocent MC who loves dirty talk, and a very confused mechanic. 

The Only Way to Love by author M.A. Innes is the second book in the Mechanics of Love series. I adored this book.  This book is written in dual POV, this helped me to understand both men’s POV so much better.  I had met Jules in book one, and I think that is important to this storyline, so read this series in order will give you a better insight to Jules.
Frank is so confused when he overhears Derek and his lover complaining about a brat who is leaving Leggo bombs all over the place.  When he figures out, they are talking about Jules he is even more confused.
What I loved about Frank is, he is a big biker dude with tatts right? But his heart is made of fluff.  He is kind, sweet, and very open minded. He doesn’t know what it is to be a Daddy but for Jules he will learn.
Jules is a little through and through.  He works at the local library, is painfully shy, and geeky all at the same time.  He needs a Daddy to center him. He hopes it will be Frank.
I loved this story. I think it is about Derek letting go of Jules as much as it is about Frank and Jules’ love story.   I cannot wait for more from this series in the future. I cannot wait to see where it goes next.

                      Five Shooting Stars 

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