A standalone novel from NYT and USA Today bestselling author Jayne Rylon.
I don’t kneel for any man. Not anymore.
I had the perfect dominant boyfriend. Then Cortez left me to save the world.
After two and a half years lost drowning my misery in bad decisions, one man changed everything.
Rogan is the perfect submissive, who puts me back in control of both him and my life.
Until Cortez comes home.
Who am I? Cortez’s bottom or Rogan’s top?
Maybe I’m both.
Maybe I was made to be their middleman.
Ticks every box
t's amazing how judgemental we are about everything and anything, some judge a book by its cover (This one is HOT), others by its genre (No issues here), I like to think i judge a book on its plot and its characters, does it flow, is it realistic, are they human. Based on the advanced copy I received I can honestly say that Middleman ticks all my boxes. Both the plot and the characters are realistic, how easy is it to fall in love, or at least your think you have, with the wrong person. How it only takes one small change for a person you have known for years to snap and show their true colours. How sometimes we have to leave the ones we love, with the best of intentions, much to our regret. Jayne Rylon, has taken an everyday situation, added some spice and turned it in to a HOT HOT HOT read. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Middleman, as a book and as a way to show that not matter your situation or your persuasion, everyone is free to love and be loved.