Review – En Prise (Chess #3) by Sean Michael

November 5, 2015 Review 0

Review – En Prise (Chess #3) by Sean Michael

Book three in the Chess series

Just when things seem to be at their best, disaster strikes. Will all the men of Chess survive?

It's the holiday season and Jason is having the best Christmas he can remember in a long time. He's in love with Rook and settling in with Bishop and Knight, figuring out where he fits and learning to love their appetites. He might even be feeling like he belongs.

Holiday bliss is followed by disaster, though, when Knight is involved in an accident and is hospitalized. Will Jason, Bishop and Rook be able to rally around their lover and each other? Or will the strain put on their relationship tear them all apart?

Follow the moves made by the men of Chess and find out…

Title: En Prise
Author: Sean Michael
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Brush and Whip, What's His Passion?, Pack and Mate, Bruised
Series: Chess
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Opening Moves, Middle Game, Helpmate, End Game
Published by Pride
Source: Publisher
Published: October 12th 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 138
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Stars: four-half-stars
Flames: four-flames
Bailey Bradford

What the??? OMG!!! Even though I read the blurb, I truly didn’t see that one coming. Disaster is an understatement when reading about what Knight went through. Good thing his men were there…

By far this installment is the best one out of the series thus far. There was a fantastic storyline that, since the characters were previously built up, made this awesome. Just when I was starting to feel bad for Jason, he becomes the unknown hero, making sure that everyone stays glued together.

We get to see a softer side of Bish, a crazy/nervous side of Rook, and the tender/caring side of the newly appointed “boss”, Jason. But it’s the realistic feel of Knight becoming a complete butthole during his recovery that makes you want to jump through the book and hug the crap out of everyone.

Now that we’ve made it through the “drama”, I’m excited to see what’s in store for these men of Chess.

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