Seph, gorgeous folk-mage and apprentice to the powerful Demeter, is a man who is used to taking what he wants—or as it happens, who he wants.
Kasimir of Hades is accustomed to being alone—untouched, dead to his desires. The last thing he expects is to fall prey to the wiles of the powerful and undeniably sexy Seph.
Seph certainly does not divine finding himself tricked and spirited away to the dark and somber Realm of Hades, prisoner of a taciturn man who will not touch him, let alone look him in the eye.
Trapped together for a year of days, the two men must learn to coexist in an increasingly high-stakes emotional game, heating up the frozen halls with a passion neither of them could have ever foreseen.
Author: Ari Michaels
Series: Boys Will Do Boys
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Whatever He Wants, Illicit Relations, Real Boys
Published: December 13, 2013
Genres: Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance
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The fourth book in the Ellora’s Cave series Boys Will Do Boys is an intriguing M/M fantasy read with a unique twist on Greek mythology.
A gorgeous folk mage and apprentice to Demeter, Seph is a man who is used to taking what he wants and who is he wants. Unexpectedly falling prey to the wiles of the powerful and sexy Seph, Kasimir of Hades is accustomed to being alone, untouched and dead to his desires. Both men must learn to coexist in an increasingly high-stakes emotional game after becoming trapped together for a year of days.
This slow to steady paced plot is an intriguing fantasy romance with some unique twists and elements that capture the reader’s imagination. The author brings the story to life with vivid imagery and compelling characters.
The chemistry between Seph and Kasimir is sizzling hot and the sex scenes both imagined and real leave the reader scorched. The author conveys the emotions of this fascinating couple with intense detail that grabs the reader’s attention and keeps it to the very end.
I found the plot to be intriguing with lots of unique elements that give this world a lot of promising possibilities, unfortunately, for me the characters stayed in their own heads and at times I was confused as to whose head I was in. I think the story would have been better with more interaction between the characters.