Thursday, 10 August 2017
REVIEW : Michael, Reinvented (Delta Restorations #2) by Diana Copland
Cute hipster and interior designer Michael doesn’t do love—not after his ex screwed him over. Sex is a different story, though, and the gentle giant who’s painting the mural in the old mansion they’re restoring might be perfect hookup material. Gil is just Michael’s type with his solid muscle, wicked sense of humor, and the hazel eyes that seem to see into Michael’s soul.
Trouble is, Gil does do love. He wants romance and forever, and he’s set his sights firmly on Michael. Michael’s not going there again.
Yet when Michael is the victim of a vandal who’s been plaguing the men working for Delta Restoration, Renovation, and Design, Gil is the first person he tells. No matter how he fights it, it’s becoming harder and harder to deny he’s crazy about the guy—even if that thought terrifies him. But the true fear sets in when the criminal behavior escalates, and Michael realizes he might have lost the
chance to tell Gil how he feels—forever.
Michael, Reinvented by Diana Copland
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I read the story about David and Jackson quite awhile ago, kinda forget what's the story about. Good this is, Diana reminds me of their story. Thing is, Michael and Gilbert's story started from the end of book one. So, I was lost for awhile. But not for long. I felt like Gil was a bit creepy at the time, you know, flirting and a little pushy about his attraction to Michael.
But Michael was also a bit annoying with his rejection, good thing is, Gil played with his game. And that's what Michael's need to open his heart for Gil.
This book is definitely cannot read as a stand alone, the case from David and Jackson's story continued, and it seems like, in the next book the case is going to be this one as well.
It ended just like that, problem not really solved. I'm a bit curious about the next book though.
Well, let's see...
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