Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Brothers Without Borders by Leiland Dale

I was anxious to read BROTHERS WITHOUT BORDERS because the storyline is one I haven’t seen before. The author tackles the taboo subject of an incestuous relationship between brothers - and he does it in a sensitive and romantic manner. Although the story is short, enough back history is supplied to set the scene and the characters are well-developed. The angst, guilt and secret longing make the men sympathetic and the sexy scenarios steamed up my Kindle. I loved the story and didn’t want it to end. I understand there’s a sequel and it’s definitely on my to be read list.


For Avery Grey, life wasn't easy. He was smaller than most guys and nerdy, a real prize winner. And, as if this wasn't enough, he was gay and in love with the one person he knew it was wrong to desire. Rather than deal with the heartbreak, he chose to dedicate himself to medical school.

Hunter Grey, the tough guy athlete tried to focus on everything other than the one person who caused the ache inside his heart. For years, he had managed to keep his secret locked up inside him. Although some of his teammates didn't know he was gay, this was the least of his worries. His biggest secret haunted him and had him waking up in the middle of the night soaked to the bone in sweat. The guilt and disgust within him tore him apart each day.

When secrets are exposed, how will an unconventional love between brothers change the lives of these two men? Can their bond and love for each other survive and flourish, or will it ultimately rip them apart?

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