Still haunted by a tragic accident that left him with a wounded leg and broken heart, Eli has a need to be in control. But his desire for Justin makes him want to lose that control and push them both far beyond their limits. Will his need to dominate Justin drive him away, or will Eli find a way to be the man he needs for both of them?
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By layla on 29-12-15
Just Business Great
Just business was a funny, sexual, laugh out loud at times, page turner. I read this in one day, I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to read more from this author. Definitely a good read but it is quite explicit sexually. Enjoy
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By MossyFernForest on 13-09-18
not perfect but definitely enjoyable
Okay first, just a minor criticism: for me, some of Justin's reactions to things came across as slightly melodramatic and unbelievable, especially toward the darkest moment of the book when him and Eli are dealing with their major lack of communication. He strikes me as singularly lacking in self-awareness and kind of dumb during that time, but I guess we all have our blind spots, so it can be argued that it was natural to his character and past traumas to so blindly blame Eli and label him with characteristics that he so obviously had never displayed; I guess it was part of his mental self-protection mechanisms.
As to the rest of the book: Eli's character seems spot-on to me throughout, and all of his actions and thoughts extend logically from his past. Both characters are very likeable and sympathetic in my opinion, and I really enjoy the feel of the writing and world portrayed.
Iggy Toma, as usual, did an excellent job narrating. If you like his voice then you'll like the narration for this.
I got this book through the romance package, otherwise I might not have found out about this author, and I was super impressed. This book was a quite enjoyable read! I loved the hurt/comfort themes, the sexy BDSM, and that they had tender sex as well as rough. Eli is a dom I can appreciate, which is always fun.
I thought that the MC's past traumas were handled well. We didn't have to wallow in dark pits of overly detailed misery for long swaths of the book. Instead, they were described in just enough detail that we knew the facts of what happened and why the MCs have the issues they have now.
This is the first book I've listened to in the series, since I didn't realize it's a series, so I'm going to find the others to listen to now.