Title: Gage (Redemption #2)
Author: JJ Harper
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: February 7th, 2019
Page Count: 171
Reviewed by: Kirstin
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 3.75 stars out of 5
Gage is happy, happier than he thought possible. He has Wolff Mannheim, the man he has always loved, even when he hated him, back by his side and in his bed. He is confident that their relationship can only grow stronger as they continue to rediscover each other.
When a letter appears after twelve years of silence from the family that disowned him and cast him out, he has Wolff to lean on. The contents of the letter have left Gage reeling but also have him reuniting with his estranged sister. When the shocks keep coming, it forces Gage back to his family home—a place he never thought he would return to. At least, this time, he has Wolff by his side as well as his sister.
As Gage faces the man who threw him carelessly away, he proves himself to be the better man, a stronger man, than the one forced away so many years earlier. With all his demons put to rest, can Gage live his life with his one true love?
This is book two in the Redemption Series and follows on immediately from Wolff, book #1.
While it can be read as a standalone, it’s best enjoyed reading in order. Contains some very steamy man-on-man loving and is advised for 18+ only.
As the second book in this series, I would not recommend reading this as a standalone. There is too much that happens in Wolff that is continued in this story.
We pick up where we left off with Wolff and Gage reigniting their relationship, but this time the story takes on more of a character background feel. When Gage starts receiving messages from home after 12 years without any contact he’s not sure what to think. The story takes us through his relationship with his sister, his mother and his father.
Meanwhile, we get to know more about the friendship between Gage and Banner, as well as Wolff and Theo. And there’s some interesting drama going on there!
I really enjoyed this book, but it felt like a bridge book to me… So much happened in the first story that this kind of evened out the relationships, divulged more information and got us all hot and heavy to learn more about Banner in the next installation.
Another great book, but I’m looking forward to the next!