Matt and Evan have been back together for a while, with Matt staying home, cooking, taking Evan's kids to school, shopping and maybe going a little stir crazy.
Jim Shea (from Love and Loyalty) and Matt had spent the night together once after Matt and Evan had broken up. For Evan, jealousy tends to rear its ugly head -- especially when Jim and Griffin (his partner) show up in New York for the premiere of Daisy's (Griffin's friend) play on stage.
Neither Matt nor Evan want to break up, but will their relationship survive? Or will they be able to work things out.
Duty & Devotion is a nice sequel to Love & Loyalty. While each can be read independently, it is better to read them sequentially to have a better feel for Jim and Griffin. What I really liked is how the characters interact and deal with their emotions -- the good, the bad, and the downright messy. They are well-rounded, and they grow throughout the storyline. Great read.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices.