Whoever said you can’t go home again should change that to should not go home again. As in EVER!
Mason Foxworth swore on his grandmother’s bible never to return to the small Georgia town he sort of grew up in. And for eight years he’d succeeded in keeping that promise. Until his twin sister decided she needed to get married…back home…and she’d invited their parents. Wasn’t this going to be a just a fabulous weekend?
Since leaving the Marines, Kilby Adams rarely ever left his farm and now here he was in Georgia, as best man at his stepbrother’s wedding. Out of his comfort zone and with too many people that he doesn’t know Kilby has nothing to keep his mind off the past except the gorgeous brother of the bride.
And wouldn’t you just know it, there was only one room left at the Inn and Kilby would have to share it, with Mason, who was straight and….yeah, this was going to be one hell of a weekend.
Oh Mercy how I have missed you!
Mercy Celeste is one of my ‘autobuys’. So I will say right now I loved it and I love her voice and her characters. I love how she writes sex and angst and sex and dysfunctional families and sex. There got that out of the way.
Why you will love this one, you ask? Well for me it is easy to read. That’s not to say that she doesn’t deal with tough issues. Both Kilby and Mason have their share of problems and baggage and Mason’s family in particular is on the extreme level of dysfunctional. What I mean by easy to read is that it does not do my head in trying to remember who’s who, what’s going on, who’s bit is where. It flows.
I know that I often say a book flows but, for me, it is important for my enjoyment. A story needs to feel right, it needs to grab you and pull you in, and Out of the Blues does this. I can identify with these two. Their angst has something we can all find to relate to.
Its totally written in Mercy’s very own voice, so if you are a fan, wallow in it. If you are a first timer then know that this is a good one to start with. I loved it. The characters are wonderfully complicated, sexy and hot. The sex is hot and connection is electric. The secondary characters add to the story rather than get in the way. All in all a great read. Get it and enjoy it.
Erotic romance author Mercy Celeste grew up in rural Florida, she now lives in Alabama, near the Gulf Coast. She began writing in her mid-twenties in an effort to stay sane, too bad it didn’t help. She has four kids, two cats, and is owned by a Dachshund named Dawg.