Quinn Security: Saying I Do by Cameron Dane
Publisher: Loose Id, LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense
Length: Short Story (140 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal play
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Anthurium
When Rhone Quinn caught Adam Reyes picking his pocket in Finding Home, he never dreamed the young man would become his best friend, his business partner, or that Adam was secretly gay and falling for him. What really knocked heterosexual Rhone on his ass was discovering Adam’s feelings, and realizing he felt an equally fierce attraction and love.
Fast forward two years. Rhone and Adam are engaged and headed to Vermont for their wedding. Nothing can mar this beautiful occasion. Right?
Wrong. A bride staying at the hotel fuels Adam’s fears of losing Rhone to a woman; a feuding couple that Adam and Rhone run into every time they turn around sparks disagreements between them; and a hotel employee’s strange behavior spurs Adam’s professional curiosity and later rouses his protective juices.
What was supposed to be a week of celebration and hot lovin’ quickly turns into a Quinn Security investigation. Now all Rhone and Adam need to do is get a bickering couple to admit they’re in love, help a sweet young man out of a terrible situation, and maybe, just maybe, Rhone can get his fella to the chapel on time to say “I do."
This is the third book in Cameron Dane's Quinn Security series. Adam and Rhone are getting married at a beautiful hotel in Vermont where it is legal for them to get married, their hope is a stress free week of celebration, followed by their nuptials surrounded by their friends. What they get is a couple of cases to solve in their quest to help the others around them.
The secondary characters in this story are well drawn and easy to like. One couple that Rhone and Quinn try to help is a bickering couple who are trying so hard to outdo one another before they get married, that they are completely missing the fact that they are in love. The other is a sweet guy who is in a terrible situation and needs some assistance in getting himself out of trouble. While these plot lines were nice, I have to admit to wishing more time was spent with our main characters because I like them so much!
Adam and Rhone have some issues of their own that need straightening out. The sex between these two is frequent and very descriptive. For those that like lusty uninhibited m/m sex, this book is a keeper. If you have read the previous books in this series then you will love and appreciate this peek into the lives of the characters that you already know. I sure hope that we have more visits with the Quinn Security characters in the future.