I love Bode and Sage. Separately and together. They are mesmerizing from the start. Complete opposites, full of awkwardness, with the tension and small moments warming my heart. One man is socially awkward, the other is a people person.
Enter the Silver Boys. Two twins and their cousin. They are spectacular together, compelling and likeable. I enjoy their closeness as well as the way they banter.
Sage is an adorably sweet, endearing character. He's never has had a group who he belonged with, or anyone who really cared about him. His relationship with the Silver boys is enchanting. I love it all!
Bode is attracted to Sage immediately, but he's hung up on their 10 year age gap. Watching him suffer is certainly enjoyable. Of course, as great as the family element is for Bode, his relationship with his father sucks, adding a lot to the story.
Seriously, the writing is fabulous. A great story, intriguing characters, and some hot sex. The author excels at developing seamless dialogue, as well as creating characters who fully come alive. You can't go wrong with this one. And it ends with the perfect lead in to book two, Silver and Gold.
I am downright giddy about Silver and Sage and the whole Silver in the City series. If the others are even close to as good as this one, they will be amazing.
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The way the story of Benji and Rhys starts, with a mistake that leads to a change to their business plans, is entertaining. It's a great idea that comes together is a fantastic manner.
Their story is one of two men who have to learn to take a chance on each other. Their hearts are already invested, they just need to convince their mind it's worth the risk.
They are certainly hot together, with some intense chemistry. I adore the way things come together for them once they drop the stubbornness.
Rhys definitely tries to avoid family drama, and of course Benji has it in spades.
I love this quote. So true. "No relationship is perfect." "...no family is perfect. Ever. ... Even if they appear perfect, they aren't."
Silver and Gold is another wonderful feel-good story by AD Ellis. I love every second of it and couldn't put it down. Now I'm anxiously awaiting the third book, Silver and Spice, as I have fallen in love with the Silver Brothers.
This story involves a quirky old grandmother who bribes Bay into getting married to Kyson. Thus, from the start I was intrigued. What starts as a fake relationship turns real for these men and it's fantastic. They are so good together. All they needed was a kick in the ass to realize their feelings. If you've been reading along with the series, we knew something good was coming for these two.
Bay's raising his nephew Arlo who's a huge part of the story. And he's a completely enjoyable kid who's adorable.
Silver and Spice is a wonderful combination of friends to lovers, fake relationship, and romance. It's a story of fighting what's right in front of you; a story of ignoring your own needs for those of your child. And it's a lot of fun.