Title: End Game
Things are changing again for the foursome. Can they weather these changes as they do everything else—together?
Things are changing again for Bishop, Knight, Rook and Jason. Not only is Jason going back to school, but Knight has bought a cottage on a lake several hours away, and none of them are quite sure what it all means for their family of four.
As Knight loses himself in his art at the cottage and Jason begins the hard work needed to keep up with school, Rook and Bishop call each other often to stay in touch, but it isn’t the same thing as all four of them being together.
Could this be the beginning of two couples and the end of their foursome just when Jason was settling into being a part of this weird but wonderful family? Or will they find a way to make it work just like they have everything else?
Reader Advisory: This book contains use of urethral sounds and foursomes. It is best read in sequence as part of a series but can be read as a standalone.
Author: Sean Michael
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Brush and Whip, What's His Passion?, Pack and Mate, Bruised
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Opening Moves, Middle Game, En Prise, Helpmate
Published by Pride Source: Publisher
Published: October 2, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
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So Knight bought the cottage. Now what? Seems like Rook and Jase don’t quite know how to process that information. In fact, they feel like things are about to change for all of them.
Despite the internal turmoil Rook and Jase are having, Knight and Bish are completely in their own little world. Knight is improving and Bish loves that he’s got the old Knight back. We get to see some more of Bish’s naughty side and how Knight responds to him. Reading these two and seeing their love for each other is awesome.
While Knight and Bish are off enjoying each other at the cottage, Rook and Jase take the opportunity to share something that’s just between the two of them, building their relationship even more than it already is. Jase helps Rook realize that he’s needed, even when Rook didn’t feel like he was.
It was nice seeing the gang slip back into their rhythms, even with their new embankments. Happy boys equal a happy home.