On stage, Adam lets his passion drive him. All his secret desires, everything nasty, dirty, and beautiful flows freely through him, for once in harmony. His soul thrives when his body moves, but only on stage. Adam’s passionate nature makes him a great dancer…and a failure at life. He’s a lonely, emotional mess. Going home with a man far out of his reach is the last thing Adam should do. Christoffer represents everything Adam isn’t: strong, independent, educated, and rich. His kind eyes, at odds with his brutish form, make Adam’s knees and restraint buckle.
Once Christoffer sees Adam dancing, he’s lost. The young man is mesmerizing, otherworldly, and unpredictable. Whatever might happen between them, it will be transient, and Christoffer will most likely get hurt. The temptation is too great, however, and the sex explosive. He might as well enjoy every moment he’s given, even if it’s just one day, maybe two. If Christoffer treads carefully, Adam might stay until Monday.
I’m stranded on a desert island and I can pick one author to spoil me with books for the rest of my days….hope you like surf and sand Roe, you’re coming with me!
I knew it from the very beginning, stuck in an airport.
Yet, I can’t begin to tell you how grateful and awestruck I am every time.
Horvat’s stories are precious.
They are a gift. And Adam Only was the perfect way to celebrate my birthday weekend.
This erotic masterpiece is more than intimate revelations.
It’s far beyond burning desires.
What is it then?
A collision of flesh brings two souls together and their hearts fuse.
I feel fortunate to have witnessed such a breathtaking moment.
I can taste the hope. Feel the love. With any luck, you will too.
I LOVED the first book in this series. It was my favorite book of the year until now. Today I find myself hesitating to declare a favorite, so I think I’ll just go with my new favorite of the year is a series. I’m usually rigid with sticking to reading books in proper order. That’s my OCD showing. However, you could read either of the books in “Those Other Books” first without consequence. Yes, this book takes place prior to the first book. Yes, we know what happens by default. No, it doesn’t matter in the slightest. If you’ve had the great pleasure of experiencing “The Other Book” then you are familiar with Adam and Christoffer. We know they are blissfully together. But we don’t know how that came to be…until now. Their paths crossed at a party. Christoffer was instantly enamored by Adam. Adam dances with abandonment. For when he’s performing, he can almost let himself be free. Freedom and security are foreign to him. He’s made mistakes before and this time he’s going to guard his heart. But what if this is who his heart has been searching for? Everything about C feels right. Can he trust the big man? Can he trust himself? Ohhhh! I wanna tell you everything! *bites lip* But I won’t.
Roe captures the wonder and beauty of love at first sight. Do you believe? I do. But I can guarantee that if I was a non-believer before, I would fall victim to Horvat’s magic. He writes with purpose and powerful emotions radiate from the pages. Frequently a combo of two or three words stopped me in my tracks. Demanding my utmost attention.
“You found me,”
My skin broke out in goosebumps. He hadn’t been waiting just a little while but his whole life for this moment.
Christoffer could easily take what he wanted. Adam would have given him just about anything. The fact that he asked meant everything.
“Don’t apologize. Stay.”
Not for now but forever.
Ooommmgggg. Excuse me while I squee. See what I mean? There is SO much to love. All of it. I loved all of it. I think I need to revisit Tyler’s book now. Then I’ll return for another dose of this sensational story.
Exquisite writing will take your breath away. Concentrated pages pack a powerful punch. And sex may dominate but the tenderness is far more seductive. I almost forgot, there’s a bit of an age gap between Adam and Christoffer. Trivial detail if you ask me.
You, you, and you…yep, everyone needs to watch these souls dance. And like I said, don’t stress if you haven’t read the first…yet. Just buy both. They are worth it. Promise.