Wedlocked (PresLocke #3) by Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine #BookReview #excerpt
Wedlocked is the final book in the contemporary gay romance PresLocke trilogy, featuring mega Hollywood action star Ace Locke and too-sexy-for-his-Calvin-Kleins model Dylan Prescott. This book is pure, happy endorphins, a feel-good rush from start to finish. I actually cried at the end—for-real, happy tears. If you need a pick-me-up or just want to feel your heart fill up love, you must read this series! Don't start with Wedlocked, though. If you're new to Ace and Dylan, check out Aced instead!
March 15, 2017
Aced (PresLocke #1) by Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine #BookReview
Ace and Dylan's relationship blooms through the full series, and this first installment showcases the sacrifices each of them makes as he walks closer to openly dating the man of his dreams. But even for a cocky-as-hell action hero and an underwear model comfortable with his sexuality, these two take a while to get started. Once they do though, dayam! Aced is a recommended read for fans of gay romance who like explicit sex and the glamorous backdrop of a Hollywood film set.
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