Title: The Agent and the Model
Michael is returning to Ellery Mountain after six years away with only sporadic and short visits to his nan. He has nightmares even now about what happened to him in the park and doesn't feel safe in the small Tennessee town. In fact he feels safer in the big city.
His infuriating agent, and ex, Alex, is friends with the actor Jason McInnery and hitches a ride down to Ellery with Michael for a party and an extended stay with his friend.
Michael can't even look at Alex, let alone spend time with him. Not after an attack in Paris left him vulnerable and scared and it was all Alex's fault.
Author: R.J. Scott
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Doctor and the Bad Boy, The Paramedic and the Writer, The Case of the Dragon's Dilemma, The Barman and the Seal
Series: Ellery Mountain #7
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Doctor and the Bad Boy, The Paramedic and the Writer, The Barman and the Seal
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing Source: Author
Published: 1 November 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance
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There is no pretentiousness when reading R.J. Scott’s Ellery Mountain series, and The Agent and the Model did not disappoint. The title is exactly what we find; modeling agent Alex and model Mikey maintain a professional relationship turned personal one, with pitfalls that require healing. After Mikey was attacked six years prior, he left the sanctuary of Ellery to enter the world of modeling only to find himself attacked again, and Alex’s need to protect him, only compounded the problem by not discussing Mikey’s potential stalker.
Mikey has returned to Ellery, where his life as a teenager under the careful guidance of his Nan and the men of the Friday night jaunts, has embodied everything he hoped his life could become. The dynamics between Mikey and Alex was heartfelt and sweet as each man attempted to get past the hurt and sorrow they had created in their budding relationship. Along with some loving guidance from Norma-Jean and our resident Ellery Mountain men, Mikey and Alex took the chance to enhance their relationship and moved forward.
Each book in the Ellery Mountain series has added a new and multi-dimensional aspect to the stories and the lives of the characters and I can’t believe that six years have passed since we first met Finn and Max. The men are getting married, children are on the way and the ever-sound life on Ellery Mountain remains steadfast and resolute.
As always, Ms. Scott has left me yearning for more but completely satisfied in what I have read.