I honestly don’t know how these books continue to get better and better. Every time I attempt to write a review on this series it ends in a word salad. I am so emotionally connected to these characters I can’t give a coherent review. You have been warned and there will be spoilers.
Seth and Dom have grown so much as individuals and as a couple. Its fascinating and heartwarming to witness. Seth is able to voice his opinions and Dom kind of listens. Dom becomes totally unguarded with Seth. Seth is Dom’s rock, Dom is Seth’s protector. They are partners in everything and their love for one another is what every love story should be.
Yes, Dom and Seth have grown, but some things never freaking change! Sheesh! Can they ever just chill and Netflix? Obviously not because, Dom and Seth waste no time getting pulled into their favorite type of drama. I don’t think we made it out of the first chapter before murder and mayhem ensues. Boy they bit off more than they could chew this time, literally. Like , what?! I still can’t wrap my mind around the craziness that was this book. Dom and Seth always find themselves in precarious situations without hope of survival. I found myself laughing at the absurdity of it all. Dom and Seth are magnets for trouble as if they were sitcom characters. The craziest part is that these situations are actually believable because duh it’s Seth and freaking Dom…smh. They will do anything to keep their family intact. Anything included Dom swinging on a pricey chandelier, wearing clothes he wouldn’t be caught dead in, dating someone he would never date, and eating food (?) he would never eat. Witnessing Domenico’s disgust for these mostly minor hiccups was hilarious. He is such a freaking snob. Seth on the other hand hates violence but will do what needs to be done to protect what’s his. He’s a teddy bear but will turn grizzly in a minute. He is a killer, don’t get it twisted.
Gah! I can not get enough of these boys. Every time I read a new Guns N Boys book I want to reread the whole series. The sex scenes are the hottest. The action scenes are thrilling af. The character development is beyond. K.A. Merikan can write their bums off. They have brought these characters to life by remaining true to them and demonstrating authentic growth. Dom and Seth are so freaking real to me. I don’t know how else to explain it.
Oh and watch out for that cliff. Its brutal and I still give this book 5 stars!
5 stars as usual
“You can never understand what this man has done to me, for me, and with me.”
Domenico and Seth have been together for seven years. After trudging through blood, tears, fights, and painful compromises, they’ve finally arrived at a point where every day doesn’t feel like it could be their last.
Settled in their comfortable life, they decide to go on vacation to Singapore. But their romantic break turns into a nightmare when an old adversary appears, tempting Seth and Domenico away from the peace and quiet of their home in Argentina, and toward a new kind of future.
What begins as a wild goose chase could be their ticket back to Italy, but when Seth and Domenico step into the snares that have been set up for them, they can only count on each other to get through a reality so horrific that death might be mercy.
What their enemies don’t know though is that their bond is stronger than ever before, and attempting to tear them apart will bring destruction on anyone who tries.
For Domenico, Seth would walk through hell and back.
For Seth, Domenico would tear down the heavens.
Together, they are not to be f*cked with.
Themes: mafia, cartel, assassin, organized crime, family ties, betrayal, revenge, Singapore, human trafficking, ghost from the past, unbreakable bonds, established couple
Genre: Dark, twisted M/M romance / crime thriller
Length: ~80,000 words (Book 9 in the series)
WARNING: Adult content. If you are easily offended, this book is not for you.
‘Guns n’ Boys’ is a gritty story of extreme violence, offensive language, abuse, and morally ambiguous protagonists, as well as scorching hot, explicit love scenes. Behind the morbid facade, there is a splash of inappropriate dark humor, and a love story that will crawl under your skin.