Author: Felice Stevens
Series: The Breakfast Club, #3
Genre: M/M Romance
Publication Date: January 28th 2016
Nightclub owner Marcus Feldman never met a man he didn’t love, at least for the night. Although his best friends have all found love, Marcus shuns their advice to commit to one man and settle down. His past has taught him monogamy and marriage is for fools, and Marcus is anything but a fool.
Tyler Reiss’s dream of dancing professionally is unexpectedly cut short and replaced by a different kind of love. He trades in his ballet slippers for go go boots, and spends his nights dancing at the hottest gay club in the city. Flirting with the customers for tips is easy, but resisting the dark and sexy Marcus is becoming harder to do with each passing day.
Unforeseen circumstances bring Marcus and Tyler closer and though they give in to their mutual passion, both still struggle to guard their hearts. When crises threaten, Tyler and Marcus find their strength in each other rather than falling apart. Tyler must choose to either run, or stay and fight for the life he wants, while Marcus realizes that love doesn’t mean losing himself and opens his heart, making him a better man in the end.
Second to None is the third book in Felice Stevens' The Breakfast Club series. All of the books can be read as stand alones, but features some of the same characters as they find their happily ever after. The Breakfast Club series follows 3 best friends as they find love.
Since I first read a book in this series, I wanted to know more about Marcus. He was always the carefree, charismatic one but you there were glimpses when you could see that there may be more going on with him. I definitely wasn't disappointed with this one. I loved "watching" his character grow and show his vulnerable side. I thought he maybe came on a bit too strong at the beginning, but I really loved his character. He shows his big heart and caring side so much more in this book. I liked Tyler a lot too but his stubbornness and aggression was a bit much after a while. He was really hot and cold, and I didn't understand some of the aggression he had towards Marcus seemed a little over the top.
There was a lot of sizzling chemistry between the two of them, but I would still consider this one a sort of slow burn aside from a few stolen kisses here and there. They take their time getting to know each other and become friends first. Sometimes I don't care for stories that involve children because they steal a bit of the spotlight but I thought Tyler's niece added nicely to the story and helped Marcus grow a little bit. All in all, I think this one may have been my favorite of the series!
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