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  • Contemporary Romance

    I read and loved the first book in this series and seem to have missed the second and third. This book can easily be read without reading any others in the series. The Sassy Boyz is a troupe of male dancers that are sometimes mistaken for women. They are unique, entertaining, edgy and intriguing whether on stage or off. As Hop Lovette dances he loses himself in the music. He is a creative soul but in some ways tormented. He is waiting for his boss, Rafe Marson, to recognize who he is as they do have a past. In the past he has taken chances and lived for the adrenaline rush but has grown into himself for the most part. There is still one aspect of his life and being that he has not really embraced and Rafe helps him with this…eventually. Rafe runs and co-owns the nightclub Switch. He is working hard to get enough money to purchase the club outright and get out from under the thumb of a man he dislikes but cannot seem to get away from. His family and business is important to him – so important he doesn’t really have time for a life outside of work. This is definitely not your vanilla love story with Rafe as the Dom but it is also a story of caring and sharing and learning with both men having needs that are met by the other. It may be hard for some to relate to but as not all loves are the same there is a need to have love stories that vary, too. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Will I read other books by this author? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin-Carina Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars

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  • A suspenseful, surprising and romantic story!

    Full disclosure:  I LOVE the Sassy Boyz with their originality, androgynous glamour and charisma.  Since the very first story, I've been hooked.  Male dancers in heels,  more than GoGo dancers, the Boyz put on a stimulating SHOW in the style of @YanisMarshall and @BrianFriedman !  The characters are realistic although not like anyone I know.  Larger than life!  They are a family, a chosen family with a variety of troubled, complicated backstories and painful relationships.  The author used a recipe for this latest creation that included surprises, suspense, a bit of D's, submission, and plenty of passion for a delicious, flavorful experience. Hop is the newest member of the Sassy Boys and even though they are inclusive, Hop doesn't feel as talented, as good as the others so he has to work twice as hard just to be "OK", at least in his mind.  He cares about his dance partners yet stays apart, private. With troubled history as the illegitimate son of a wealthy businessman, Hop has been angry and sad and felt abandoned nearly his entire life.  His father's right-hand man, Rafe has bailed him out of more trouble than he can remember but that seems long ago and when Hop needed him the most, Rafe wasn't there.  Hop has been abandoned by everyone.  His mother is gone.  Rafe is long gone and there is no relationship, no contact from Hop's father.   Hop has complicated feelings about Rafe because Rafe has the close relationship with Hop's father that he wishes that he had.    Rafe has his own problems, most significantly, the debt that he owes Hop's father.  He is focused and determined to pay him off and get out of his clutches.   The story is woven around feelings, miscommunication, and misunderstandings as well as desire, need for closeness, caring and to trust.   The biggest problem with this story is that I'm left with wanting more, wanting the next Sassy Boyz Story!

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