Review: Helpmate (Chess #4) by Sean Michael

November 16, 2015 Review 0

Review: Helpmate (Chess #4) by Sean Michael

Book four in the Chess series

Knight is home from the hospital, so everything should be back to normal, right? Things are never that easy, though, and the men of Chess must fight to get their lives back.

Knight has returned home from the hospital, but is far from recovered. Things seem to be going well, but depression slowly winds its way around Knight, and he spends all his time in bed sleeping, slipping farther and farther away from his lovers and life.

Rook just wants everything to go back to normal now that their lover is home and Bishop is out of his depth when it comes to Knight's depression. Can Jason figure out what's wrong and take the steps needed to help Knight find himself again?

The struggle has just begun in Knight's recovery—are the men of Chess up to the task? Find out in this fourth installment of the Chess series.

Title: Helpmate
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, En Prise, End Game
Published by Pride
Source: Publisher
Published: October 12th 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 138
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
Totally Bound

You know what I really like about this series? The fact that the storyline gets better and better with each one. Where the first installment started off with raw animalistic lust/sex, we’re now seeing the character traits of each guy and growing to love each one differently. Just like they love each other differently.

Knight is home from the hospital and has become the diva of the house. Not in the sense you may think, purely depressing and utterly annoying at times. It’s up to the guys to help pull him from his funk, all while trying to keep the “family” together.

With each installment, I find myself loving Jason and Bishop more and more. I can see how they have become the best friends out of the family. Rook is still good ‘ol Rook. Always using his sexy ways to mend the broken. But it’s the way Jason steps up to the plate as a new member of the family that has captured my heart.

Are there lots of hawt sex scenes? Yep. But you’ll find that they aren’t as frequent as they were in the beginning of the series: which I happen to like. But don’t worry, you won’t be disappointed. These boys know how to make each other feel better.

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