Deal Maker Review ~ Funny characters, hot sex scenes … 9 out of 10!

Author: Lily Morton

Release Date:  22/12/2017                           Price: $3.31

Reviewed By Sophie

Cover Art:  The man on the cover looks like a model. In my opinion, he goes well with the background. The background is a mix between purple and white giving it an old-fashioned look. I liked the font that was used for the title, it’s unique. I also like the font color because the green goes well with the background and it makes it easy for the title to be seen.

Main Characters: Jude is a model who was forced to vacate his home when a bath tub breaks through the ceiling.

Asa is the man who lets Jude stay over his house whilst his apartment is being fixed.

They have an easy relationship. They work very well with one another. They have a challenging time around each other at first but once they get used to each other, there is a lot of passion between the two men.

Secondary Characters:  The author did a fantastic job with them. They were realistic, and they did not seem to be just placed in the story to take up space. They are more than minor characters, they are funny and rather helpful to the main characters.

Plot: this story is rather simple. Jude needed a place to stay whilst his apartment was being fixed and his lover Dean asks his brother Asa, to help them out with the room.

Editing/Formatting: The story is confusing at times. Sometimes the story is told by Asa and other times by Jude, but it is not always stated who is narrating.

Flow/Continuity:  I think that there were any problems with this story. Everything flowed well from one scene to the next. There was a great mix of humor and passion. The sex scenes were well placed and burning hot.

Conflict/Climax: The problem that Asa and Jude have is delicious. They are attracted to each other, but it is forbidden. Forbidden attraction because Asa is his temporary boss.

Conclusion: I really liked this story. The writing was well executed. The sex scenes were so descriptive and hot. The characters were very funny, and they made me laugh hundreds of times throughout the book.

 For all this I give this book 9 out of 10 stars.

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