Darien, the drummer of 'Heaven Sent', a rock group composed entirely of gorgeous gay boys, is straight, but lonely. Loneliness leads him into a doomed marriage, and the irresponsible marriage leads him to Christopher Faith - a divorce attorney. When Darien suddenly decides that Christopher is the love of his life, it's going to take a great deal more than words to convince Chris that he's something more than just another short term experiment.
I loved this book. The characterization is just right, the pace is swift and engaging, the problems and reactions of both characters are totally believable, and the whole experience of reading it was lighthearted and entertaining. Also the sex was very hot. It doesn't get a 5 because it's nothing more than a happy good time read - it doesn't teach you anything or make you think - but as a book which will lift your spirits and give you an interlude of uncomplicated enjoyment, this is perfect.
Series: Heaven Sent; Previous Book: Hell
Genre: Yaoi Contemporary
Darien's best friends are the other guys in the rock band Heaven Sent. The three-now four-of them are closer than brothers to him and he's happy that they've all found their life mates. He is. He doesn't at all mind that each of those life mates are men. He doesn't.
In fact, that's just it. Maybe there's something to this gay stuff. He's never been particularly interested before, but after a short, failed marriage, he's willing to open himself up to new possibilities. Especially if one of those possibilities is the gorgeous lawyer who handled his divorce, Christopher Faith.
Trouble is, Chris doesn't seem to want to believe that Darien's serious. Well, sure, Darien's never slept with a guy before, but he's allowed to change his mind. Isn't he?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.