I liked this one even better than its predecessor because there's more to it than just hot sex. Oh I didn't mind the hot sex in 'Try', make no mistake about that. I didn't exactly pick that one up to gain valuable insights *wink*. Still, I appreciated how Ms Frank has tackled Logan's and Tate's development here - how they grow as a couple, how they deal with their lives now that they're more or less openly together, and a few rather serious topics are addressed as well. With books like this one, you don't expect heavy issues being thoroughly explored or even solutions being offered and yeah, maybe the author could have written more about Tate's struggle with his family's reaction to his new relationship, and maybe the ex wife could have been a little less the stereotype evil female. But she didn't, and I'm fine with it. The book is labelled erotica, after all, and she does a damn fine job delivering. The sex scenes are graphic but never vulgar and are a joy to read. While the out-of-bedroom activities (game night! museum! club!) are sparse and the outside-world-issues are but sketched, they add to Logan and Tate, making them become real people in the reader's mind instead of cardboard characters with hard bodies (pun intended) and that's a lot more than I've seen in other equally labelled m/m erotica/romances.
Well done, and I'd love to read more about these two.