Sins of Omission
by T.S. McKinney
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Grrr, Goodreads, I need half stars! This book is a solid 3.5 in my books
Pink... oh my, I have come to appreciate that colour in a whooooole new way thanks to this book! I admit, I've read this series out of order. I haven't read Sub Mission yet, but when I had the chance to read Sins of Omission I jumped at the chance, and I'm so glad I did. This book was a fun, kinky, luscious read!
Arizona was turning 20 in a few short days and what did he have to show for it? He was brainy, yes, already finished college and working in a really cool IT job for a really cool protection agency but he was still the same socially awkward loser that had lost the only man he'd ever loved by being too young. But 20 was gonna be his coming out party to himself - he was gonna go on a cruise, get laid and finally get over Eli Wallace!
Eli had fallen hard and fast for college student Ari, only to discover that he was younger than Eli had thought. MUCH younger. Seventeen years old to be exact. It hadn't stopped Eli from loving him but it had stopped him from doing anything else because there were some lines that Eli wouldn't cross. Instead he'd dropped out, packed up and left Ari in order to stop himself from crossing that line.
Three years later, Eli is back. Ari is turning 20 and Eli is ready to claim his man. And then someone tries to kidnap Ari... and Eli is assigned to protect Ari, who is having none of that! Ari tries to avoid Eli, going so far as to ditch one cruise for another one - a gay cruise - with a fake id and the whole nine yards. He fails. And during the cruise Eli and Ari take the first tentative steps towards a relationship. Eli makes Ari promise to be honest with him from now on but... doesn't follow his own rules.
Misunderstandings and broken hearts ensue, only to be mended during a rather kinky interlude in a BDSM club. But even as things are starting to look rosy, Ari's had 2 kidnapping attempts and there is still a threat out there... a Russian threat. View all my reviews