Stray by Morgan Mason

 If you love twincest, your kinky little heart will rejoice in this sweet, naughty, hot book!


How can the one person he wants most be the one person he shared a womb with? 

Ryder knows he shouldn’t be thinking about his brother. His...twin.

He has lots of men to keep him distracted.

So why can’t he get off unless he’s thinking about Rowan?

Staying away is the only thing that makes sense anymore.

Until Rowan makes the first move.

Summer vacation has never been this torturous before, longing for something neither can have and shouldn’t want.

*Stray is a standalone M/M twincest romance with a shared dorm room, opposites attract, forbidden feelings, a V-card on the line, and plenty of summer heat.

My Review:

If you have read other books by Morgan Mason you will know that she generally writes sweet contemporary stories filled with love and a well earned HEA. This book is no exception to that rule but definitely a different twist on her other books.

The relationship between Ryder and Rowan is well written and their love does not come easily. They both struggle with their attraction to the other. When they finally do come together the fireworks are off the charts.

I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys taboo brothers who are closer than is acceptable in mainstream society.

Character development: 9/10 (both characters had their own voices)

Plot: 9/10 (we’ll organized and paced)

Heat: 7/10 (It takes them a little while to get there, but once they do the heat level is just right to move the story along)

Writing: 8/10 (there is some inner monologue in the beginning but it works well for the story. The twins can’t exactly talk to friends about their feelings for their own brother)

Overall: 10/10 (would highly recommend)


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