Cherish by Shawn Bailey
Publisher: Phaze Books
Length: Short Story (136 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Coreopsis
The last thing pop star Trinity Warren expected to find sprawled in the middle of a dark highway was an injured motorcyclist who had dangerously into the path of a moving limousine. Trinity also never expected his body to react or his heart to race when the young man momentarily regained consciousness and stared up with beautiful dove gray eyes.
As Brennan Demarcus lay on the ground preparing to die a beautiful blond-haired angel appeared and looked down on him with concerned ice blue eyes. His body shuttered involuntarily as he closed his eyes. The last thing he remembered thinking was that maybe dying wouldn’t be so bad as long as he could fly around the heavens with someone as lovely as the angel that had appeared to take him to meet his maker.
Who would think you could find the love of your life when he crashes into your car? The unexpected happens when you least expect it and that is true for the main characters in this heartwarming story.
Trinity Warren is an international singing celebrity and Brennan Demarcus is a local motorcyclist celebrity. When everyone knows who you are, privacy is a thing of the past. These two men stumble through experimenting with their sexuality together. A bond is formed and love starts to bloom.
Trinity is a man who never really questioned his sexual preference, he always knew he was gay, just hadn’t found "the one" yet. Brennan on the other hand isn’t convinced he’s actually gay even after his encounters with Trinity.
Brennan is a complicated character. He is always feeling the need to do what others expect of him and not follow his heart. When he took the chance with Trinity, it was the first time he went after something he truly wanted. But when the fear of discovery rears its ugly head, he breaks it off with Trinity thinking he is doing the right thing for Trinity’s career.
This was a fabulous story filled with one conflict after another. So many things come to light in the last chapter that brings this tale together and wraps it up into a neat, fulfilling package. The author wrote very believable characters that I became invested in. I really liked how the story had a lot of dialogue between the characters; I really felt a part of their love story.
Cherish is a very entertaining book and I completely recommend giving this romance a read.