Thursday, October 5, 2017

Book Review: 'Fearless' by R.G. Alexander

R.G. Alexander (aka Rachel Grace) is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author who has written over 45 erotic paranormal, contemporary, sci-fi fantasy books for multiple publishers and Berkley Heat. She has lived all over the United States, studied archaeology and mythology, been a nurse, a vocalist, and now a writer.

RG is a best selling writer for a reason – she writes very well indeed. This is Book 7 of her series called THE FINN FACTOR and it keeps the Finn family saga at full pace, setting the reader off to a curious excursion about conflicts that occur in the sexual identity realm. She manages to traverse this territory with knowledgeable ease – this particular installment addresses male/male relationships in a unique manner.

RG keeps the synopsis short but pungent – ‘Can you be Fearless? Rory Finn used to have a sinful reputation and a fetish for a certain kind of man–the straighter the better. But since the Mistletoe Meltdown, he’s turned over a new leaf…just in time for his two best friends to start breaking one of the few rules they had–with each other. The past haunts him, but if he can find the courage to trust them with his heart, and his secrets, he can have the kind of love he’s always needed…from the two people he’s always craved.’ A ménage a trois for Rory, Rig and David – with a whole lot more to stretch the imagination

Steamy where is needs to be, adventuresome throughout, and in all just very fine writing - that rare ability to keep a series of books solid in each volume. Grady Harp, March 17

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