Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Not Fade Away
Author: S.E. Jakes
Narrator: Adam North
Series: Hell or High Water #3.5
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 1 Hour, 5 Minutes
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: December 16, 2015
Available at: Amazon and Audible
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Truth or dare.
Ever since superspy Cillian moved into Prophet’s building, their game of Steal the Couch has been funny to Prophet, but a thorn in Tom’s side. Then Prophet gets bored one night during an ice storm and insists on playing another simple game with Tom: Truth or Dare. In exchange for one of Prophet’s truths, Tom steals the couch one last time.
But Prophet’s truths are never easy—Tom should know that by now—and this one raises questions neither of them quite know how to answer. In response, Tom finds himself laying claim to Prophet in the most basic way he knows how. And also finds that he doesn’t mind it in the least when Prophet returns the favor.
Review – Book: It’s Tommy and Prophet, what’s not to love!!!! …Short, Hot, and Nasty…just like my review.
Exactly what you would expect from a novella that is mostly sex and quick witted dialogue from two of the sexiest men in gay romance. The game of Truth or Dare between these two is off the chain…absolutely loved it and ranks way up with the hurricane and alligator sex from earlier books. Sadly, this is where we end the series and sit and ponder when the next installment comes into play. Cillian and his couch, Mal and his bdsm issues, Prophet and Tommy and their light bdsm play, and some of the best writing in the industry. Even though a book, even a short novella, full of sex is usually a turn off for me, with this author and this series I just want more and more and more.
Overall Impression: It was Amazing
Review – Audio: Adam North, though not the voice in my head for these characters, is really passionate with his performance. He has grown on me, and even though I give little credit, I still want him to be the one to finish out the series. There is no way I can tune into another narrator in this series at this point. So yeah, not my ideal, but the man can’t help how his voice sounds; and he gets an A+ for giving it his all performance-wise.
Overall Impression: It was good
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*