on November 24, 2019
Genres: Romance, Gay, LGBT, M/M
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How long would you wait for love?
Max Kaufman was kicked out of his home as a teen and his life has been an uphill battle ever since. From addiction and living on the streets, to recovery and putting himself through nursing school, he’s spent the last ten years rebuilding his shattered sense of self. Now he’s taken a job as a private caretaker to Edward Marsh III, the president and CEO of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Max soon learns Marsh’s multi-billion-dollar empire is a gold and diamond-encrusted web of secrets and lies.
The longer Max works and lives with the Marsh family, the tighter the secrets tangle around him. And his heart—that he’s worked so hard to protect—falls straight into the hands of the distant, cold, and beautiful son of a dynasty…
Silas Marsh is set to inherit the family fortune, but his father is determined his heir be the “perfect” son. Before Silas can take over the company and end its shady business practices, he must prove himself worthy…and deny his true nature.
Silas must choose: stand up to his father by being true to himself and his undeniable feelings for Max. Or pretend to be someone he is not in order to inherit everything. Even if it means sacrificing a chance at happiness and real love.
#standalone #MM #billionaire
“Silas Marsh walked straight into that room like the answer to a question I hadn’t known I’d been asking. A strange thought had battered itself around my heart: There he is.”
This one kinda shocked me. I figured I would probably enjoy it, I just had that feeling. When I got into it, the first part may have not flowed as nice as the rest of it. After about the half way mark it hit me in the feels a lot more than I expected. Few parts made me cry, which rarely happens, and boy I was moved in several others. I love these guys, and their love for each other was something that will stay with me for a long time.
BTW….as the sister of a gay man…this was handled with the upmost respect. I appreciate that so much. I could never had done what was done to these men, but the point Emma was trying to get across is one everyone needs to learn – well at least I hope so.
Thank you Emma, so much.