It's all fun and games until egos get hurt.
After a year of a seemingly happily-ever-after, Troy Babilonia throws a curve ball that smacks Larson Blackburn right in the head. When Troy's debut novel, "Bridge to Lonely," threatens to overshadow Larson's own success, inviting a past shadow into the light of their present, the two alphas must learn to adjust.
"Bridge to Lonely" has garnered an unexpected success both in the literary world and in the film industry, forcing Larson to accept that he is not the only successful author in the building. But as Troy's old flame decides to make an appearance, the two alphas are forced to test the strength of their love. Let the battle of the egos recommence; where sarcasm is the preferred weapon, and the testosterone levels go beyond the boiling point.
Because Black Balled just wasn't enough...Smith & LeNoir bring you Hard Edit.
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Troy and Larson: better than ever
The boys are back and better than ever!!!
When you read an extraordinary book that left you satisfied and see some time later than the authors are writing a second book about the couple, you ask yourself if it's really necessary. Not all second books about the same couple turn out to be as good as the first one, or in this case even better.
Hard Edit is the continuation of Troy and Larson's story. They are an established couple, but that doesn't mean that life is all rainbows and butterflies. Life has some surprises in store for these two and it's about to dish them out.
This installment is full of the same craziness that surrounded Troy and Larson in Black Balled, but in Hard Edit they have to learn to deal with people coming back from the past, Troy's new career as an author, Larson's competitiveness, and their relationship as two strong minded men fighting for control. There are laugh out loud moments, which I expected because duh we're dealing with these two, a few emotional moments, and some moments that will have you hot and bothered. And while this story might not be everyone's cup of tea due to being M/M, I can assure you that every scene was delightfully choreographed to add some purpose and understanding to the characters.
What I like the most other than the characters and the storyline, is the fluidity of the book. There are two authors with two different styles of writing, but once these ladies get together you really can't tell who's writing what. They complement each other beautifully making the reading of the story a flawless experience.
This is the second book about this couple, I recommend that you read Black Balled first so you fully understand Troy and Larson's journey. Highly recommend both books!!!
<3 #LoveIsLove <3