Tyler May has given us another brilliant story to add to her collection. I have yet to find something from her that I don’t like.
Brian Silver is the CEO of Silver Inc. He is rich, beautiful, and used to getting his way, but the man has a heart of GOLD. He would do anything to help other people and would give you the shirt off of his back if you needed it. Greyson Black is a college student working as a barista at a local coffee shop called Silver Coffee. He is a genuinely sweet guy with a really difficult past. Between the loss of his mother, dealing with a deadbeat Father, and a list of other problems, Grey has had it pretty rough.
One morning after arriving to work Grey meets Brian, the owner of Silver Coffee. From there the story takes off with tons of awesome twists and turns that keep you guessing. The chemistry between these two is beautiful and I loved the banter and teasing. Silver is such a good person. He would go to any length just to make sure Grey is happy and the sex scenes were scorching without being overdone.
All of the characters were very well developed and I really like getting to see how each person in the story has their own personality. This held my interest from the very first page and I didn’t want it to end. Be ready for nail biting suspense and just a wonderful read.
I can’t wait for the next installment, Titanium. I would definitely recommend this book as a must read.
5 pieces of Silver and Black eye candy.
About the author:
Tyler May was born and raised in the great state of Michigan, and still happily resides there. She is a stay at home mom to her three beautiful children. Tyler’s passion for reading came later in life when she found a love in romance novels, more specifically the male/male genre. After drawing inspiration from some wonderful authors and encouragement from friends and family; she penned her first full length novel: Angel of Darkness. Tyler draws inspiration from the simple things in life and will never take that for granted. Since Tyler is a LBGT author, she has three hopes when a reader picks up her book(s): She hopes that her books will teach tolerance and equality. She hopes to convey the truth behind the infamous saying, “love is love.” She hopes that the book is more than a story―that’s it a journey with an important message. Tyler’s favorite quote and something she always has tucked in the back of her mind as she writes her fictions: “Everything you can imagine is real.”―Picasso.