Wound Tight

Made in Jersey, #4

The end of the series and the author certainly ended things with a bang. Noting it is her first foray into a m/m romance, you wouldn’t know it by the quality read she produced.

Renner was introduced earlier in the series and tidbits have been revealed about him that had my interest piqued. As strong as he appeared to the world he too had his own matching set of emotional baggage but fortunately he met the right man to help him unpack it.

Milo presented as a straight male to all who knew him and had slowly been recognizing his own sexual leanings when he met Renner. After that, his doubt was quickly dissipated and he lucked out in that he was (eventually) focusing on the man who would make his world complete.

The author wrote her traditional smoking hot story of love and understanding, conflict and self-realization and I inhaled the book greedily. I read a lot, in general, and m/m romance is a genre that I have read for years but this was one of the better renditions. Two strong males who slowly peel back their respective protective layers to get to the heart of their attraction. What’s not to like?


Book Blurb for Wound Tight

A sexy new M/M romance from New York Times Bestselling author Tessa Bailey

When CEO Renner Bastion walks into a room, everyone keeps their distance. Well, everyone but the sarcastic, tattooed, Boston-bred security guard whose presence has kept Renner in New Jersey longer than intended. As if the unwanted attraction isn’t unsettling enough, Renner finds out his protector isn’t as unavailable as originally thought.

Milo Bautista just came out to his wealthy, ultra-confident boss, a man he secretly respects and admires…in more ways than he’ll admit. Worldly, experienced Renner would never look in his direction, let alone share some of that confidence he wears like a cloak, so Milo has set his sights on someone else to be his first.

Until Renner offers him private lessons in seduction...

Each book in the Made in Jersey series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2016 5.00