The Library is a short novella that, according to the author, elaborates on specific scenes from The Opposites, and gives us a look into the history of the different pairs of parents, especially the fathers Cirian and Rian.
Again in this story, the sex is amazingly hot. The descriptions are explicit and enough to keep you aroused through the whole book. There is a lot of it, and it is wonderful.
The book still has all the people that are in the first book, The Opposites, and so it again can be slightly confusing at times, but does work to make things more clear and understandable. I did like the history of the people involved, and from reading the end of the book, I see that the eventual follow-ups will further the story and histories of the families.
Book Description Three gay couples run amuck in this short story where clothing, beds, even four walls are all optional!
Want to know what happened that night in the library? Cirian and Rian had a fight in the library and Rian ends up naked on the desk, on his back, at Cirian’s mercy.
Want to know how far things went with ice cream? A romantic evening by the fire feeding his husband ice cream leads to a lot more than heavy petting for Aiyan and Kaden.
Want to know what was going on when those birds fled? Travelling hundreds of miles, battling the rebels and then travelling back to House Gaeland will take it out of you. But when Tanis wants something, he takes it. Raven is about to be bent over a tree!
The Library (an Opposites novella) was last modified: March 29th, 2014 by GGR-Review