Gray: The Kingmaker's Sons (The Kingmaker's Sons #4) by H.M. Wolfe

Janet says that Gray is raw and gritty, an emotional read. A fantastic addition to the series.    

From the blurb:

All his life, Gray, the second-born son of Nathaniel Scott, aka the Kingmaker, lived in the shadow of a
mysterious, unnamed older brother his father was very proud of. Gaining his father’s affection and approval became Gray’s sole objective as he gave up his dreams of getting married and having a family.

When Nathaniel finally announces the identity of his firstborn son, Gray confronts him and isolates himself from the rest of the family, relying on his childhood friend, Rourke O’Bannon, for advice and comfort. Rourke, who secretly lusts for Gray, but is struggling to accept his own sexuality, is content with the situation.

Until the competition appears, as the handsome Sloan O’Brannigan, the complete opposite of Rourke. But when the man looks into Gray’s soul and offers to help him sort his feelings out, Rourke sees his position as confidante threatened, and is ready to go to great extent to keep it.

Gray must choose: His elegant childhood friend, who carefully chooses his words and is proud of his achievements as a company owner—or the blunt Irishman and mafia boss? If he doesn’t make the right choice, Gray could lose more than just his heart.

Janet's Review:

Gray is the fourth book in The Kingmaker’s Sons series. Secrets start to come out. I felt so bad for Gray when his father reveals who his first-born son was. He shut down and hides himself away. He feels he needs his friend and he’s always been in love with Rourke. But them Sloan shows up and he wants Gray. 

The attack about broke my heart, so many emotions tore through me reading this. Gray is raw and gritty and so freaking emotional read! I was left with a severe book hangover. 

Overall, a fantastic addition to this series. Well written with a pacing that sucked me right in.

Rating: 5 Stars

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