Mark Gattison has avoided love and commitment his entire adult life. Not interested in more than a one night stand or a brief encounter in a bathroom stall, he is the epitome of a good time.
Will Parkinson is the guy who defends him, the guy who puts up with him, the guy Mark calls his best friend.
When Will becomes unsettled and a little distant, Mark takes it upon himself to find Will a boyfriend. Not familiar with the concept himself, Mark thinks Will needs someone to make him happy.
What Mark doesn’t know, is that he’s about to get blindsided. He’s about to get knocked off his feet by the one thing that’s been right in front of him the entire time.
Author: N.R. Walker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Three's Company, Blind Faith, Through These Eyes, Twelfth of Never
Series: Blind Faith
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Blind Faith, Through These Eyes, Twelfth of Never
Published by Self Source: Purchased for Self
Published: June 15, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance
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I was so pleased to see that Mark got a book in this series. Mark is Carter’s best friend so readers have been entertained by him from the moment he danced his way on to the pages of Blind Faith. He’s a total flirt and an equal opportunity sexer. He likes men, woman, both, sometimes at the same time. He likes sex. He loves life. It’s all good fun to him as long as no one gets hurt and everyone is happy. Mark is always happy, or so he thinks. It isn’t until he nearly loses his new best friend Will that he has his eyes opened to all that he has been missing out on.
Will has been in a bit of a funk lately. He’s in love with a man that doesn’t even notice his adoration. Will is tired of seeing Mark go through bed mates like most go through laundry. Will wants more from Mark and doesn’t know how to get Mark to see that there is more out there than random hook ups. He would do anything to get Mark to see the amazing thing that is love and being in love.
Readers who have loved Carter and Isaac will enjoy the fact that they have fairly large secondary roles here in in Blindside. Mark holds true to his jovial nearly juvenile personality. Will brings out a different side to Mark. While he holds true to whom he is he experiences something that completely baffles him and makes him believe something totally different is actually happening. Mark also has to face the consequences of the biggest mistake of his life.