Erotic romance authors Thomas Carter and Matt Lucas have ‘met cute’ as they say in Hollywood movies. They’ve fallen in love over a blissful weekend in balmy, tropical Black Point in the Hawaiian Islands. Separation is devastating for Matt who returns to his home in California, pining for Thomas who abruptly cuts off all communication. Why has their volcanic passion been reduced to two impersonal lines in an email?
Emboldened by his brother Ryan’s heartfelt advice, Matt flies to Montreal and to Thomas’s home in Montreal’s Gay Village, hoping to rekindle their idyllic romance, only to find him with another man—Christian—the same man who almost destroyed Ryan’s marriage to his husband Cole. What is Christian doing with Thomas and what are his true motives? With trust a big issue on both sides, can love find a way? And will Thomas and Matt survive the obstacles fate seems to keep throwing at them? Matt wants to give Thomas everything, but will Thomas let him?
5 Nymphs from Literary Nymphs:
Back to Black Point is the sequel to Black Point where I first met Matt and Thomas. Both are gay romance authors with the same publisher. Pushed beyond his endurance with Christian, Matt allows his temper to take control, but things are not always as they appear. Thomas has to quickly deal with his fears or face losing Matt. The incredible talents of A.J. Llewellyn and D.J. Manly produced another illustration of how complicated life can get with secrets and lies in the relationship. This is an excellent plot with points of Hollywood interest, detailed characters so real, I feel compelled to slap several of them, hard. The intimate scenes are very erotic. I am looking forward to part three of Black Point Series where I hope the just desserts will be well served; pesky on a platter could do wonders for everyone’s disposition including mine.
Reviewed by Chocolate Minx
5 Angels from Fallen Angel Reviews
Back to Black Pointis a riveting story with many characters and plot twists that hold the reader spellbound from the start. The intertwined relationships between the characters keep them hopping from one problem to another. I loved how Matt moves heaven and earth to be with Thomas and isn’t willing to give up in spite of the circumstantial evidence to the contrary. The love scenes between Matt and Thomas are inspiring and scorching hot. The difficulties between Cole and Ryan are heartbreaking, but the way they dragged Matt and Thomas into the problems is very amusing at times. The way they are interrupted on their honeymoon is ludicrous to say the least. I have many questions about the cast of characters that have yet to be answered. I will be waiting for the next book in the Black Point series.
Reviewed by: Teresa
“If you want Christian, go and get him. He’s outside.”
“Christian? Christian, hell! I don’t want that shit head. I want you, God damn it. Only you. In fact, I can hardly breathe without you. I can’t think, I can’t fucking write. And I don’t care that you were with him…in fact…” Suddenly Matt’s hands grabbed onto his shoulders, pushing him against the wall.
Thomas stumbled backward, staring at him.
“In fact, I want you now, right fucking now. I want to fuck you so hard. And I don’t care anymore what you were doing with him. Do you hear me?”
Matt’s expression took on a strange mix of rage and lust. His strength was suddenly overwhelming as his mouth came down on Thomas’s bruised lips. Matt’s hard body crushed his, grunts of unsatisfied need vibrating in his chest.
If there had been any resistance in Thomas initially, Matt’s hand blindly searching for the zip on Thomas’s jeans drained it out of him. His body, first stiff and uncooperative, suddenly betrayed him and relaxed against the wall, abandoning himself to the scorching kisses sucking his jaw and seizing his throat. Matt’s desperate fingers found the zipper and pulled. Thomas’s head bobbed against the wall as one hand yanked down his jeans and the other hastily fastened around his shaft. He grunted as Matt squeezed hard, sinking to his knees and pressing his cheek against his cock, which was also on its way to total betrayal.