31 January 2014

Behind the Scenes By Borina & Stevens

New beginnings are exciting, but we can rarely outrun our pasts. Steve Michaels and Zack Greene pack up their newly extended family and move to New York City with their nanny, Drew, and his two kids. Having recently been hired to write for a BDSM show, Steve and Zack use their loving Dom/sub relationship for some experience with the lifestyle, but they need a consultant to fill in the blanks. Alex a local Dom/club owner, can do just that. Everything is going smoothly until Rich, a ex-producer from Ben’s Life and the man who tried to ruin Zack, tries to get a job on the same show. And that’s only the beginning of it.
Zack and Steve offered Drew an opportunity of a lifetime working for them. When Alex shows up for the first meeting with Zack and Steve, Drew realizes he didn’t leave his past behind after all. This becomes more true when his ex comes back wanting to see the kids.

Can Drew trust Alex to help him get over his past? Can Steve manage to keep Zack safe from the man who has haunted him for so long? Find out what happens Behind the Scenes!

When I started reading this book, I was a little bit confused because there were so many different relationships that were happening right from the start.  Honestly my first reaction was that the author had started in the middle of the story.  But after finishing it and looking up the author I did discover that there was another series about one of the couples mentioned in the book.  I do plan on going back and reading those to maybe get more background.
I really liked with this book how Drew was so innocent.  So everything he was learning, we were learning it at the same time.  Watching as he became more comfortable with himself and being with Alex, it was just interesting to follow along with the story.  I also liked how safe the couples were, there wasn’t anything done that they both didn’t want.  To me, it was great to see the characters take such care of each other and begin to grow as a couple.
My only real complaint about this is Steve and Zach’s relationship, also seemed to take over the book at some points.  So I was left wondering, was the book about Drew and Alex, or was it about Steve and Zach?  But as I got further into the story, that didn’t matter to me as much.
This was not a quick read, but it was still a very good one.  I am really glad that I pushed through and finished reading it!
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CHTJK58/ref=as_li_ss_il?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00CHTJK58&linkCode=as2&tag=crysmanrev-20    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/behind-the-scenes-liz-borino/1115183457?ean=2940016406152&itm=1&usri=liz+borino


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