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  • Awesome

    5 Star Review Middleman by Jayne Rylon A new and exciting story from Jayne Rylon. Middleman is a stand alone novel and is a MMM story so be open minded and prepared for an amazing journey. I was excited to read this story and I was blown away by the writing. Middleman is told in a three POV's Kaden, Cortez, and Rogan which is exactly how I think this book needed to be read and due to the level of writing I had no issues whatsoever following the story at all. This book is smoking hot and at times an emotional read. There is angst,drama, sadness, happiness and above all strength; at times my heart was pounding as I wondered if these three strong individuals would be able to make it work. Kaden, Cortez, and Rogan are all so different but they blend well together and draw on each other for strength. Their scenes are scorching and the level of heat intense. I loved this book from start to finish. Take a chance and read this one after all Love is Love. I dare you....

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  • Wow!! Hope this is the start of a new series!!!

    **Received ARC for a fair and honest review** Middleman is a standalone book, no cliffhangers and it does have a HEA. I rate this book at 5 stars. If you don't like MMM then this book isn't for you. If you are open minded, this book is a hot, steamy, fantastic read that you will have a hard time putting down. Kaden thought he'd found the love of his life Cortez until that love up and left for his job without looking back. Kaden was devastated and used booze, drugs and a plethora of one night stands to cope with his pain. But they are never more than one night stands because Kaden isn't willing to risk another heartbreak. Rogan walks into Kaden's studio to commission him to paint a picture for his partner of five years. Kaden and Rogan are at his beach house and Rogan is positioned so that Kaden can work on the piece when they hear voices and in walks Ronaldo with his lover. Rogan is devastated. I really enjoyed the characters in the story, minus Ronaldo of course. Even Cortez redeemed himself, especially with all the pain and agony he suffered to get back to his life. As I was reading I was thinking to myself, this is supposed to be a MMM, but it's just a MM, and as the book went on I didn't think it would be able to pick up the third M and continue smoothly, but I was wrong. I enjoyed the way the author re-integrated the third male. I also enjoyed the storyline, it was definitely a new one for me. I blazed through this book, not that I'm surprised since I've read almost everything the author's written. Be interesting to see if this will be the start to a series or not. I would definitely read the next book if it was!! Happy Reading!!

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  • Loved it!

    Wow. I loved this book. Not just for the hotness of having three guys together but the whole story behind it was beautiful. The author does a great job of showing not only the struggle Kaden goes through with his unresolved feelings toward Cortez and his burgeoning feelings for Rogan but also his torment when Cortez returns and stirs up old wounds. I absolutely loved all three characters and could have kept reading about them.

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  • Middleman

    Just loved reading about Kaden and his men. Love lost and found again.

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  • Letting go doesn't always mean goodbye

    This book is nearly worthy of the book hangover status, there's a lot of feelings and drama. While it's certainly one for those who are more open-minded, at it's core, this is still a romance. Kayden (a talented artist) and Cortez (a soldier) have an intense romance that is extinguished before it's time when Cortez is called away for a 3 year tour of duty. Cortez thinks it'll be better for them both by making a clean break, which only leaves them each heartbroken and alone. After years of spiraling out of control with drugs, alcohol, and one-night-stands; Kaden is starting to put his life together when he is commissioned by Rogan to paint a portrait. While getting to know Rogan and learning about him, his partner's true colours are revealed bringing Kaden and Rogen closer together. Over time Kaden acknowledges that he will never be able to give himself fully to any partner as part of him will always belong to Cortez. Rogan has to decide of he can learn to share Kaden with the ghost of Cortez. What I liked: I'm a fan of Jayne Rylon's writing, I love the way she is able to build characters and settings that pull you in, keep you up late reading and make you grab your book first thing in the morning. I especially liked that there were no cliched 'damsels in distress'. This is a story built around 3 strong characters that have unique strengths capable of complimenting eachother. Sure there's drama, but none of them is weak or needy which so often happens in some of the more traditional romances. What I wanted more of: When the story begins you are already thrown into the world of Kaden and Cortez, I wish there was a bit more interactions between them or background to solidify that feeling of the intensity or depth of their relationship. That definitely comes out more as the story unfolds but I feel like the beginning would have had more pull if I was punched in the feels from the start. I also feel like there was so much more that could have been explored with Cortez's life during this story. There's so much potential for more excitement, drama and development. It was still really well done, where we get snippets here and there, I just wanted more! MORE STORY! I always think Jayne Rylon's books end too soon, not that they're truncated, it's strictly that I don't ever want them to end. What I didn't like: *crickets*

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