Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Calypso knew he looked good. He loved bright colors, makeup, and most of all, high heels. The higher the better. The sassy mouth and self-assured man he presented to the outside world wasn’t how he felt on the inside. At the Knights Club he hide the self-doubt and depression. Until, Benedict Hart walked in bringing all his old demons back to life.
Benedict Hart was a high-priced gigolo. It’s not what he started out in life to do but it paid the bills. Meeting Calypso at the Knights Club turned his world upside down. The man was sexy, smart mouthed and completely sure of himself. He made Benedict want things he hadn’t thought about in years. Losing a dear friend spurs him into action, but will his past get in their way?
The Knights Club hosts a group of characters diverse in every way, but they are family. Xavier Knight watches over them as if they were his children. And, like most families, things don’t always run smoothly.
This was a nice story. Calypso won’t let anyone tell him what he is supposed to be but deep down he doesn’t trust that anyone will actually want him. Benedict changed the path of his life in college and is now getting the chance to leave that behind, being able to be what Calypso needs the most.
Calypso has learned to run at the first sign of trouble and that’s just what he does when it comes knocking at his and Benedict’s happiness. Benedict goes to great lengths and shows everyone that he means well and loves Calypso. There were a lot of time gaps in the story which made some things hard to line up but allowed the story to take place over a longer time period. This story followed the same short premise of the first book, so I had a good idea of what to expect and look forward to continuing the series.
The cover art by Select-O-Grafix is similar to the first in the series, giving some visuals for the characters just not great composition.
Sales Link: Amazon
ebook, 93 pages
Published: October 18, 2018
Edition Language: English
Series: The Knights Club #2