Author: Avery Aster
Release Date: September 1, 2015
Genre(s): Contemporary, Erotic Romance, BDSM
Page Count: 528 pages
Reviewed by: Minnie
Heat Level: 5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.10 Stars out of 5
Chelsea’s hottie Blake Morgan III has reemerged from a nasty breakup. His marriage was a frigid disaster beyond repair, and he vows to be single—forever. Bruised, but still hot in Prada, he creates his Seven Desires wish list, his sexiest imaginings. Blake soon realizes there’s only one man he may trust to make these uninhibited intentions come to fruition: his best friend Miguel Santana.
Lower East Side multimedia artist extraordinaire Miguel Santana may be known as the cocky Latin stud in the city, but all he’s wanted since college was Blake’s hand in marriage. He was livid when Blake walked down the aisle with the wrong guy. Miguel has his own list titled the Seven Needs, which are quite contrary to Blake’s dirty-boy deeds. They involve serious commitments, which may leave his new-to-the-singles-scene buddy sprinting for the door, destroying any hopes Miguel has for happiness.
Can these two hunks conquer their intimate fears and love one another as only best friends can?
First I have to point out that this is an m/m book in a series that has mostly m/f books. Than been said, I found this book didn’t have much of a plot other than how Miguel and Blake where apart for ten years because deep down they were both scared and how they went about getting together. What I did love was the chemistry between these two. They make a great pair like peanut-butter and Jelly. The sexual activities these two got into were something new for me and OMG were they H-O-T!! What I got a little squeamish about was the golden shower but at least it was on the shower and Miguel didn’t make Blake swallow it.
This book had so many things going on. Lex and Massi’s wedding, Blake and Miguel’s lists, Diego’s thing and it didn’t end on a cliff-hanger and/or left you with questions. What I did have a problem with was that at times I got confused as to how’s thoughts I was reading. It was like the author either forgot she was writing the story for an audience or that she was writing two male POVs. There were a couple paragraphs where there was a lot of he and you couldn’t tell who was the he it was talking about.
But overall I loved it and I can’t wait for the next one on the series.