One Good Year is a nice read and just right in length. The is angst, drama, high emotion, and two lovers coming into their own made for a thrilling story. I would recommend it to others.
It has been a year since Ace won Spade in a card game and things are at a bit of a draw for them.
It is now that Spade makes a new friend that may be more than he appears and Ace and Spade reach a new level in their relationship. The question remains, how will Spade's new friend affect their relationship?
Ten months ago, Spade was won in yet another high-stakes poker game. But Ace Donovan was different from his previous masters—kind, generous, possessed of a playfulness that only Spade can see. His new master was also broken, slowly crumbling under the pressures of undeserved guilt and pain. As Senai—a genetically engineered servant—Spade had the ability to sweep the anguish from his soul, to fulfill his every desire, and to set Ace’s spirit free.
He hadn't known doing these things would grant him the human’s love, or create an answering emotion within him.
There's no greater pleasure than Ace in his arms, and Spade will hold on for as long as he's wanted. Even when the orders given to him hurt, even when they make him lonely, even when it becomes clear that his master no longer needs a servant. He’s Senai. What he has now should be enough. Yet it’s not. He wants more.
One good hand brought them together. Could one good year entwine their souls?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.