Mask (West End #2)

Title: Dance (West End #1)
Author: Teodora Kostova
Publisher: Self-Published
Pages: 290
Release Date: October 21st 2014
Genre(s): Contemporary
Reviewed by: Ele
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Adam Fischer doesn’t believe in second chances. Heartbroken after his lover Charlie leaves him to chase his music career in L.A., Adam is convinced that meaningless one-night-stands are all life has in store for him.

Until fate drops Penn Shields in his lap.

Penn is a young, talented designer fresh out of college who has just landed his dream job as a wardrobe assistant in Queen Victoria theatre, where Adam is performing in a popular musical.

He’s also Charlie’s brother.

The last thing Penn wants is to follow in his brother’s footsteps, especially since they haven’t spoken in years. However, the attraction he feels for Adam grows with each day, and soon resisting it proves to be futile.

As Adam and Penn get to know each other intimately, they both realise that first impressions may be deceiving, and that, sometimes, second chances come in the same packaging.

*explicit sexual content, graphic language and adult themes. Recommended for readers 18+ only*

*Stand-alone novel*

The second book in the West End series is different than the first but just as good. It’s relationship driven and I loved the crossdressing scenes! My favorite character is Penn, I loved and admired that man. Adam has serious issues that at some point overtook the story. I believe that the depression part of the story was not handled that great.

There is a lot of angst towards the end, but the epilogue that follows is all kinds of awesome!

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