Thursday, 23 July 2015

Stripped Bare by Susan Mac Nicol

REVIEWED BY Joanne Swinney

Stripped BareStripped Bare by Susan Mac Nicol
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Striptastic Stars

The first thing that springs to mind when thinking of how to start this review is, How does a writer grip you so much into the story? I fell in love with Shane and Matthew, beautiful characters. Both have different personalities but I was equally drawn to both. Then we have the monsters like, Walter Debussy, the meanest of characters, along with his sidekick, Roy Parsons, that man is an evil homophobic......., you get what I mean.
We meet other characters along the way like David who is Walter son, boy has he suffered at the hands of his father and Roy. Ultimately this story is about two men, Shane and Matthew both have their own pasts to share.
Matthew works for Mr Pig, AKA Walter. He works from home so I suppose that is a bonus, who would want to be around that man is beyond me.
Matthew has been on his own for a few years now, losing his husband, Sam in a car accident. It's something that Matthew is struggling to get over, the man is living in turmoil. No one really knows what life he lived after Sam's death, he was out of control. Luckily he found his way back and took control of his life once again. He leads a guarded life but Shane is about to change all that.
Shane has a buzzing personality, he is such a fun guy but again he has his own demons to deal with.
These two are a match made in heaven, two hot, sexy men with so much love to give. They are protective of each other and their close friends like David.
Life is never without it's drama, that would be to easy, but things that happen are brutal. The monsters are out to make these men suffer, it's a horrific incident that you actually hear of happening before.
When will ignorant people realise that love is LOVE. Does it really matter who you love and choose to be with. Who are you hurting? Okay so you may not approve of same gender relationships but it's not a crime. Shouldn't people worry about their own lives rather than what others are doing.
Matthew and Shane deserve happiness, I for one loved this story and I know others will too, so if you love M/M Romance with a fantastic story download today. Susan Mac Nicol I hope everyone reads this book and connects with it just like I did. Thank you

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