Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Contemporary, MM
Reviewed by Lisa
Woodspring Manor Entertainment boasts a bevy of sexy studs in their pornography movies. Among their stable of stars are Gabriel Knightly and Johnny Depth who are best friends in real life and pretend partners for their fans. They started doing porn purely to make a living without any shadows in their past. A recent addition to the roster is Lithium. His story is unfortunately too common, disowned by his strict Mormon family when he came out and turning tricks to survive until he found the porn industry.
The very first time Gabriel, aka Gael Torres and Lithium, aka Liam Barton film a scene together they realize that something is different. Afraid to name it anything more than basic chemistry the two take things slowly until the day Liam suddenly disappears.
Panicked and desperate Gael finally located Liam with the help of his best friend’s computer skills at a Utah ski resort. Whatever scared Liam so badly that he ran doesn’t matter to Gael so much as knowing that he’s alive. Arriving at Solitude Gael digs deep for every ounce of patience he has. Liam may not think much of himself but Gael is certain that their feelings are real and worth fighting for. No matter what the problem is.
A romance that twists at every turn, Solitude shines brightly with love and compassion. Authors Martin and Fielding pen a fascinating look at the pornography business from two very different viewpoints. Gael enters the world willingly and happily while Liam’s introduction is very much more abrupt. From his hideout at Solitude to filming a ‘scene’ Liam holds his secrets close to his heart. It’s pure entertainment to watch Gael chip away until he is allowed to protect his lover’s tender heart.