THE GODFATHER’S LOVER by Ann T. Ryan
The Godfather’s Lover by Ann T. Ryan
Reviewed by Lisa
Growing up in an orphanage Chris Wilkinson never knew the love of family. The only person who ever made him feel special was Father Marcus who consoled Chris time and again when other children were adopted and left the sad young boy behind.
When his mother committed suicide ten year old Jarod Greene lost the one and only person who showed him any kindness. Jarod’s father ran the criminal elements in L.A. and made sure his son knew that he’d be punished severely if he dared to show any emotions.
Inheriting his father’s criminal enterprises as an adult Jarod is strong enough to openly embrace his homosexual lifestyle. Visiting one of his clubs Jarod zeroes in on a gorgeous guy on the dance floor. Their first encounter is smoking hot. So sensual that Jarod looks into his background and when they next meet he offers Chris an exclusive relationship. Playing house for the Godfather of L.A. is dangerous business, but Chris has certain skills Jarod will never see coming.
Some killer twists and turns in The Godfather’s Lover lay the foundation for a terrific story. Both men struggled with a less than desirable childhood which definitely makes an impact on their lives as adults. Their hardships inevitably tug at your heartstrings too. Cat and mouse games between them equal a tough romance, but Jarod and Chris don’t know any other way. The Godfather’s Lover has grit and style, as well as an unexpectedly stronger romance than expected.