Author: Jackson Marsh
Release Date: 9 May, 2018 Price: $3.57
Reviewed by Jacy
Cover Art: There are two handsome men on the cover. At the bottom it shows them outside, gazing at the mountains with a mist hanging over. The books title separates images. The author’s name is in small, bold print at the bottom. While the cover is nice, I almost wished The Hall was on the cover in all its captivating glory.
Synopsis: There was a warning that the story ‘contains descriptions of gay sex’. We were given just enough information to draw a reader in without giving away the storyline.
Plot: An accident leads to two men meeting, and with Julian caring for Lee’s needs. Lostwood Hall has several visitors in the course of the story. Some welcome and some not. There is historical information on The Hall so its character is almost as important as the men portrayed in the story.
Julian Ford- Lostwood Hall is his home, and he is a screenwriter
Lee Benson- Taken in by Julian who cares for him after a car crash
There are many secondary characters which add to the richness of the story, as well as action and adventure.
Flow/Continuity: The intimate scenes fit where they are placed. The ending doesn’t make you feel as if you were dropped from a cliff, but it does make you want more.
Conflict & Climax: Julian and Lee have a connection from the beginning. You can feel as their friendship grows as well as the sexual attraction.
Editing/Formatting: The chapters are separated by numbers with a good formatting.
Priced: The price is comparable to new releases and it is worth it.
Conclusion: The attention to detail is astounding. I’m not certain how the author does it, but with each story the reader is drawn in more. Each book is even better than the last. Having a book signed by Bela Lugosi was fantastic! There is absolutely nothing I do not like about this story. Romance, sex, and action are all contained in this book.
Rating: 10 out of 10