Shades of Sepia by Laura M. Baird

Shades of Sepia by Laura M. Baird
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (175 pages)
Other: M/F, Masturbation
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Dryas

Tasha Linthrop paved a path all her own by becoming a cover model and opening her own boutique. Marcus Everly is a veteran who isn’t ashamed to put his physique in front of the camera to pay the bills while pursuing his passion of working with other veterans.

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The sexual tension between Tasha and Marcus is so strong that they can’t fight it anymore. They fall into bed and wonder if they could form a relationship or if it was scratching an itch.

This book is relationship driven. The author pens the characters with flourish and I felt like I was there with them. Marcus is a veteran and helps others who are struggling. Besides helping children of veterans, he wants to work with the Veteran’s Affairs office to help those who have recently become inactive to help reestablish themselves to real life.

Tasha has had to find her own way after many disagreements with her family. I loved her strength, enthusiasm and attention to detail for her shop.

There are tensions between Marcus and Tasha and the author does a great job of showing it. I liked how the story is drawn out to show how Tasha deals with her problems. I would have given this novel more stars except for the fact that the novel is too long. There was a tad too much explanation and detail, but that might appeal to other readers.

This is a good example of relationship driven fiction, with well-developed characters that are like a family. The relationship between Tasha and Marcus is quite enjoyable.

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