Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Always Together by Quinn Ward

 


Title: Always Together

Series: The Boys of Talbert Hall, 2

Author: Quinn Ward

Publisher: Quinn Ward

Genre and Pairing:  MM contemporary  

Reviewer: Redz

Buy Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08FGM9TV8/ref=x_gr_w_glide_sin?caller=Goodreads&callerLink=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.goodreads.com%2Fbook%2Fshow%2F54941796-always-together%3Fac%3D1%26from_search%3Dtrue%26qid%3DvDeWKhs0oq%26rank%3D1&tag=x_gr_w_glide_sin-20

 

 

 

 

Publisher’s Blurb

They’ve been best friends since they were little. Can their relationship survive the secrets one of them has been keeping?

No one believes Matt when he swears he and his roommate are just friends. That probably has something to do with the way he looks at Brandon when he thinks no one is watching and the fact Brandon doesn’t balk whenever Matt teasingly calls him Daddy.

Everything changes when they go home for winter break…

Brandon doesn’t like the feeling that Matt’s pulling away from him. He’s always been the person Matt leaned on when he felt scared and alone, but he’s barely seen his best friend since dropping him off at his mom’s for the break.

They can’t hold out any longer…

Once Brandon forces him to open up, Matt finally admits he wants something more from Brandon. He never expected his friend’s reply to be a mind-blowing kiss. But just being together isn’t enough…

The more Matt reveals, the closer he pushes Brandon to his limits. Will he be able to accept Matt’s need to regress or will that be the secret that destroys their friendship?

Always Together is the second book in The Boys of Talbert Hall, the newest series set in the kinky town of Annandale. If you’re in the mood for the perfect combination of silly, sweet, and spicy, you’re going to love watching Matt try to wiggle his way into Daddy’s heart. 

 





Review

Always Together by author Quinn Ward is the second book in the Boys of Talbert Hall. This is my first time reading this series and I was not lost at all.  This story is written in dual POV.  I do feel that style was underdone in this story. I felt it was more Brandon in places than Matt, but overall like that style for this book it worked well.

Matt is a poor college student.  His mom works all the time, and he hates the times when he has to go home to an empty house. He has a crush on his best friend Brandon but scared to tell him. He never wants to lose the one person who has always been there for him.

Brandon is a rich kid with a heart of gold. He considers Matt to be the other half of himself.  He always includes him in holidays, and never ever has considered a life that didn’t include his best friend. When they both become more, they have to decide if they can be both friends and lovers. Also, if their kinks can mesh together.

I love a good friend to lovers’ story. This one is a great story that has all the feels in it.  I really want more from this series in the future as well.

 

                     Four Twinkling Stars 





No comments: