I could have said all my life that spanking romance was my favorite, but for much of my life, I didn’t know it existed. Once I discovered it, my horizons have opened. I would never have said gay spanking romance were my cup of tea, but that was before I ran across the work of Thianna D.
Thianna amazing ability to tell a story made Christian and Logan come alive in her trilogy, All They Ever Needed. There is realism in these books that drew me like a magnet. Both men are strong, both are loving and both can be tender. The characters live and breath as you not only learn about them as individuals, but their families. I love the family interaction, once again that not only made it real for me, but also helped me see both men in a deeper way. These book show a true love story, who could resist that?
The first two books As Natural as Breathing, and Took my Breath Away were wonderful. The third book, Breath Each Other In, came out yesterday and by the time you read this I should be well into it. Having read and loved the first two, I have no problem recommending the third one strongly.
Wonderful review PK, great job :) Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
I have read and really enjoyed snippets from the first two books and agree with you about the family interactions and these giving deeper insight into the characters. Congratulations to Thianna on the new release!
Thanks so much, Roz!Delete
To me the love between people draws me! It doesn't matter whether they are gay or straight, love is love! Great review!ReplyDelete
I agree :DDelete
Great review PK. I hope it reaches people who have difficulty accepting relationships outside of the M/F sector. Thianna captures the ethos of a relationship no matter the gender.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Leigh :) I love to think of it as a wonderful love story, so I'm so glad it crosses barriers :)Delete
Excellent review PK. Thank you. New writer to me.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comment, Ronnie :) Hope you try them out and enjoy their trilogy.Delete
Hi PK, nice review, great new books to read,ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoy them, Jan :)Delete
Great Review Funny Thianna's trilogy was my first introduction to M/M too, and I loved them. For all the reasons you said - they come alive - you see all of them - not just the part of them that centres around each other, but their interaction with friends and family. I love the series and have started Breathe Each Other In which I am thoroughly enjoying.ReplyDelete
woo hoo :)Delete
Hi PK, :) I enjoyed reading you review here. These look like books that I would very much enjoy reading. Thanks for sharing. Many hugs,ReplyDelete
I hope you enjoy them, Katie :)Delete