GENRE: Gay Fantasy Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 28,200 words
Sequel to The Contingency PlanA death that wasn’t what it seemed ... A kidnapping that isn’t what it seems ... Time is running out.The morning after his wedding night, Prince Marcelo thought he’d be embarking on a journey to his own personal fairytale happily ever after with his husband Efren, the crown prince of Zioneven. But when news arrives indicating his sister’s death wasn’t as accidental as previously thought, that journey becomes fraught with danger.Enmeshed in political intrigue, death, and a kidnapping that might not be what it seems, will Efren untangle the web of misleading clues in time to save the naïve young man he’s already come to admire? Or will Marcelo dig deep to discover a previously untapped inner strength and determination to facilitate his own survival?EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
A great sequel!
I really enjoyed the first book in this series and at the time I didn’t know it would be a series. The last sentence of my review for the first book, The Contingency Plan, said “I’d like to read a follow up story to see how these two guys are doing.” Thank you Addison Albright for giving me more! ?
I think it’s possible for you to read The Best-Laid Plans without reading The Contingency Plan first but you will definitely enjoy it more if you have the full background from the first book.
Marcelo hasn’t been trained in the use of weapons. When he finds himself in a bad situation, he has to think fast to save himself. He surprises not only himself but a lot of other people too. This short novella sure packed a punch. There is mystery, suspense and two new lovers learning about each other. I was practically biting my nails while I read this; I couldn’t wait to see how it ended.
Once again, I’m going to say: I’d like to read a follow up story to see how these two