Teasing Jonathan by Amber Kell

TEASING
Teasing Jonathan by Amber Kell
Publisher: Total-E-Bound
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (88 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Lisianthus

After spending years defending his country, will Jonathan lose the battle over his heart?

When Jonathan Stevens meets Kai Stromwell, it’s attraction at first sight, but can a brief sizzle turn into a lasting fire? A series of events leads Jonathan to believe someone is trying to kill Kai. The question is who? With no obvious motives the most he can do is stick close to the handsome man and stay alert. Keeping Kai safe becomes the focus of his life while he fights his own personal demons.

Kai Stromwell has worked hard to build up his fortune. Upon meeting Jonathan he wonders if maybe there is more to life than long hours at the office. When attempts on his life become more and more aggressive, he turns to his new love for answers. Depending on someone had never been easy but he would give up his millions if he could spend the rest of his life teasing Jonathan.

From the moment Jonathan Stevens drops his breakfast and pulls Kai Stromwell to safety, the attraction between them ignites and burns like wildfire. This is book three in a series and as a reader who has read them all, I’ll freely admit that I wasn’t a fan of Jonathan when I first met him. Somehow Ms. Kell instantly endears him to me when I learn of his struggles with PTSD and the way he instantly falls for Kai and is willing to do anything to protect him.

There is a plot thread of someone out to get Kai, which ended in such a way that I didn’t see it coming. Ms. Kell set it up so beautifully that I was looking one way and didn’t suspect the real culprit until the big reveal. I deeply enjoyed that she actually had her characters question whether a relationship started in the middle of such adrenaline fueled situations can last, and then had them prove that love can truly conquer anything.

This is a story of love, with a side of intrigue that just adds to the storyline. I highly recommend reading this story and while I recommend reading the others in the series, because I enjoyed them as well, I truly believe that a reader could easily love Jonathan and Kai all by themselves.

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