Review – Middle Game (Chess #2) by Sean Michael

October 16, 2015 Review 0

Review – Middle Game (Chess #2) by Sean Michael

Can Jason be with three amazing men and not lose his heart in the process?

Living with and being the play toy of three men is more rewarding than Jason could have imagined. Bishop, Knight and Rook each have their own way of loving on him. In Bishop he finds a work-out partner, friendship, and good solid lovemaking. He isn’t sure what to make of Knight, but the man is a brilliant artist and there are worse things than being Knight’s subject for his latest series of paintings. And the kinky things Knight does to him blow his mind on a regular basis.

It’s Rook who Jason is falling in love with, though. The bright, loving, sexy man has him head over heels and Jason’s beginning to worry that he’s getting himself in way over his head. Can he continue to be with these men without losing his heart?

Title: Middle Game
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, En Prise, Helpmate, End Game
Published by Pride
Source: Publisher
Published: October 6th 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 122
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames

Are you really considered a play toy when you’re living happily ever after? At least, that’s the way I see things for Jason. Sure, three different lovers play him with, but it’s not like he isn’t enjoying every minute.

The thing I liked most about this installment was that there was a little more of a storyline to it. Jason loved all three of them, but it was Rook he’s falling IN love with. After a game of truth or dare, Jason starts to question if “being a play toy” is really something his heart can handle.

We get a little more Knight in this one, which I really enjoyed. We also get to see a little more of the relationship between Bishop and Knight. I can now see why they wanted Jason for Rook, even though they all seem to have enough love for one another.

Basically, you’re getting just a little more of each character, a little more storyline and a LOT MORE intense scenes. Make sure you see the flame rating!


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