Review: Clarity of Lines (Thomas Elkin #2) by N.R. Walker

September 18, 2015 Review 0

Review: Clarity of Lines (Thomas Elkin #2) by N.R. Walker

When some lines blur, others become crystal clear.

Absolutely smitten, Thomas Elkin and Cooper Jones have decided they’re prepared to give a relationship a try.

What they’re not prepared for is the reaction from their families, who try to force them apart.

Both men are about to learn that there are lines that define us. Sometimes the lines blur, sometimes the lines become crystal clear.

Publisher's Note: This book was previously released under the same title. It has been re-edited for re-release with Pride Publishing.

Title: Clarity of Lines
Author: N.R. Walker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Three's Company, Blind Faith, Through These Eyes, Blindside
Series: Thomas Elkin #2
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Elements of Retrofit, Elements of Retrofit, Sense of Place
Published by Pride
Source: Author
Published: August 10, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 138
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Amazon

Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

Can this series get any better? Why yes it can! Clarity of Lines, the second entry in the Thomas Elkin series is all about family and acceptance.

Things have progressed and now we are at the “Hey come me my family” point in their lives. And now things are starting to get interesting. Moms, dads, kids and an ex-wive stir up the pot this time around. Family is suppose to love you unconditionally,…suppose to! Most of their family members have come to terms with the gender preferences but a age gap difference, that’s a bit of a different story. Introductions are made and everybody let’s out a big shocked gasp. No surprise there but family is family and things workout okay in the end. Well, almost.

The sex is hot between my favorite professionals and as usual the banter is witty, entertaining and down right real. Cooper is in his typical Little S**T form to his ‘Just Tom’. There are some sad moments as loss is experienced but over-all a great story for me. Which is surprising because my usually norm is fast, hot action with a lot of keep me guessing. But what author N.R. Walker has created and I’m beginning to think I can’t get enough of is characters that feel very real. Tom, Cooper and they rest of the players here all feel like I could know them. They could be my neighbors. That there is what is pulling me in.


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