Worth Remembering by Peter Styles

This is steamy, entertaining and amusing. James is tough, stubborn, unforgiving, grumpy and impulsive. Sawyer is insecure, cheeky and stubborn. Sawyer and  James had a relationship years ago, one that ended because of an accusation of cheating without the benefit of doubt. James was still angry because not only did Sawyer believe a lie, he didn't even give James a chance to explain. Sawyer was irritated and confused because James acted like the injured party when he was the one who supposedly cheated. Both independently decide to get back to living by going to a masquerade party at a BDSM club. One that James went to frequently before he met Sawyer. When Sawyer walks around the place and he stops at the stage to watch the guys do their thing. When James turns to look at the audience a minute later his eyes lock on Sawyer's, and each feels pulled to the other. And so begins an anonymous relationship between the two. But the more time they spend together, the more each thinks about being in a normal relationship with the other, instead of an anonymous weekly meet. Waiting for them to realize who they are keeps you in suspense, because every time they run into each other, in the club or on the ranch, you think they are finally going to see it. This series has some amazing characters and storylines.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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