MEMORY OF DARKNESS
Gay Humorous Mystery
Rating: 5 Cups
The future is not something Johnny Wager has ever given much thought to. He is more of a live in the moment kind of guy, no commitments, no responsibilities, and taking his pleasure anywhere and anyway he can get it.
For somebody who directs and produces gay porn, Tyler Rogers is about as strait-laced as you can get. As an ex-Marine and thoroughly upstanding citizen, Tyler does not quite know how to handle John, but that does not stop him from wanting to try.
Trouble follows Wager around like a lost dog, and in most instances he has instigated it, but this time he is in miles over his head. What starts out as an afternoon picking up a piece of hot male turns into a blood bath that is sure to put him on the fast track back to the pen, with no parole in sight. On the run, Wager stumbles upon what he hopes is an easy mark, but Tyler turns out to be much more than a free ride and a warm bed. The notion that John is good for anyone is laughable, and he will be the first one to admit it, but with Tyler, something is changing.
There are so few redeeming qualities to John Wager, but that does not stop you from loving every inch of him. He is a delightfully deplorable hero that wallows in the gritty raunchiness of downtown LA. You can almost feel the angst it causes him when against all odds he realizes that underneath he really does have a heart. I would love to see him again, along with his “boyfriend” and crazy sidekicks.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More