Saturday, March 19, 2016

The Sea Between Us by Neil Plakcy

When Adam and Javier met in Mi Amor, Adam was a late-night party boy and Javier an early-rising hard-driving real estate developer. Javier encouraged Adam to leave town for business school—but does he still love the new, more adult Adam who returns with his MBA? Will the big venture Javier began while Adam was away tear apart their relationship? And, most importantly, will his conservative Cuban-American parents ever condone his marriage to another man?

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

I must admit I read this as a standalone, whereas it is really a continuation of Mi Amor. That said, I enjoyed it as it was, although will read Mi Amor sometime, as there were some very interesting side characters who probably have fun backstories.

In the beginning it felt a little strange to run through two years of MBA study so quickly, but once Adam was back in Miami, the story really began. It was a good mix of two men finding their way in the world of real estate development and combining it with a serious and permanent relationship, as well as having to deal with family issues, and their future plans. It was hot and passionate, as well as cool and career focused. I enjoyed the mix.

Would be good to get more stories about the rest of the gang and pop and see how these guys move forward.

Neil Plakcy is the author of the “Love on” M/M romance series set on South Beach, and the Have Body, Will Guard adventure romance series, both published by Loose Id.

He is an assistant professor of English at Broward College in South Florida, and has been a construction manager, a computer game producer, and a web developer – all experiences he uses in his fiction. His research includes a great deal of time spent on South Beach talking to good-looking younger men.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of The Sea Between Us by Neil Plakcy to read and review.

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