only you-Aimee Nicole Walker

Two completely different men and one powerful attraction.

Sebastian Blake is a cynical, self-made billionaire who has only known rejection and abandonment in his personal life. Adam Johnson is a closeted gay man who works for the law firm representing Sebastian in a civil lawsuit filed against him by a former employee.

The attraction between the men is immediate and intense, but neither of them wants a relationship. Sebastian makes an offer that Adam can’t refuse and they agree to have a purely sexual arrangement.

Passions ignite and their hearts refuse to be ignored, but…

Enemies from Sebastian’s dark past begin to turn up dead and he is the prime suspect in their murders. Adam is his alibi and the only one who can save him. Will Adam risk everything and out himself to protect the man he loves?

Everlasting love or fatal attraction?

Adam soon finds himself in the killer’s crosshairs, which forces Sebastian to face his feelings for the man. If these two men are to have a future together, they must trust each other, brave adversity, and outsmart a serial killer.

This is one of those books that ticks all the boxes. it has very likable characters, good plot, lots of hot sex, twist and turns, an easy read with a steady pace and enough happening to keep you interested throughout the whole book.

I found this book to be a male/male version of fifty shade in lots of ways, but hell fifty was a great read so im not knocking this one or its similarities.

I liked both the male leads, Adam is the submissive one in the relationship but hes not a push over and he is very intelligent too. Sebastian is the billionaire with a tortured past, but i couldnt help but like him and the pairing of Sebastian and Adam in general.
The sex was off the charts hot, and well written.

Caroline and Jazmin are really good secondary characters, Jazmin especially her little chats with Adam and Sebastian were funny.
I really liked the fact that Adam’s family welcomed Sebastian into their family unit with open arms after the disgraceful way that Sebastian’s own family treated him.
The epilogue really finished this story off for me i loved it.
People has given this book some really bad star ratings for bad editing, i honestly rate books on the story and plot not if the spelling is correct, and this book for me is a solid 4 stars.

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