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E. Davies
E. Davies Published in October 17, 2018, 10:29 am
 Grasp (Significant Brothers Book 2):Labuttanret

Grasp (Significant Brothers Book 2):Labuttanret


Helen Juliet
Helen Juliet Reply to on 2 September 2017
I really enjoyed the second book in this series. A stand alone in itself, it tells the story of the next significant brother Blane and the lovely artist Falcon. Their relationship was steamy but realistic and had just the right amount of heartache. I almost missed my stop on the train I was so engrossed at the end!!! Beautifully sets up the next book as well, I can't wait.
GEOFF WALT Reply to on 17 December 2017
Good series
Cadiva Reply to on 26 August 2017
I enjoyed this one even more than the first in the series and that's going some because I really liked Splinter which got me over a huge book slump when I finished Axios: A Spartan Tale from Jaclyn Osborn

Blane and Falcon were a perfect partnership, although both had enough fears to mean they took their sweet time to communicate how they were really feeling to each other. However, there's relatively no angst in this one and - once they do decide to try for a casual thing - the build up in sexual tension as they move from heavy snogging to blow jobs to frotting and then a full on sex scene which oozes chemistry and emotions, is absolutely delicious.

As with book one, Ed has snuck in song lyrics from various different artists, my favourite in this one being his Spice Girls line about If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends which had me chuckling out loud.

We also get to meet Falcon's best friend Oscar, who has an interesting encounter with Blane's "Significant Brother" Roman and let me just say - hot pilot with dancer - sign me up now please!

I just like Ed's style of writing, it's casual without being sloppy, it's emotional without being overly dramatic, it's expressive without relying on plot bunnies and it's seriously sexy without being a porn fest.

It's just normal people living ordinary lives falling in love and it works for me.
A Harvey
A Harvey Reply to on 24 August 2017
What a fabulous second instalment in this series.

We meet one of the 'brothers' from the first book, Blane. He's a vet working at the zoo where handsome artist Falcon (love the name!) comes to paint one day. There's immediate attraction but both men are looking for more than just a quick tumble in bed, so they start sort-of-dating (though neither one wants to say it out loud). Then Falcon needs a date for his sister's wedding, both to finally be open with his family and get back at an ex-boyfriend and of course Blane is more than happy to step in.

This was just so wonderful. I loved the courtship Blane and Falcon had, how quickly each fell for the other without quite realising it. This sort of happy, fulfilling relationship story is really what this author does best - there was no major dramatics or big ugly breakup, just a tiny bump in their inevitable journey to the happy ever after. And of course, the rest of the gang featured strong here again - I'm hoping for Roman's story next!
UK Booklover
UK Booklover Reply to on 26 August 2017
I loved this second book in the Significant Brothers series. This time we learn more about Blane the sexy zoo vet who is looking for forever love after a back history of disappointing dates. Enter Falcon, an artist who is also looking for that special someone who will commit to a relationship. Both men are attracted to each other but are cautious to tell each other they really want a relationship for fear of scaring each other off. This is a really heart warming tale and the author's talent for writing really comes to the fore with the witty banter between the two MCs. An enjoyable read with some angst courtesy of Falcon's closeted ex. I received an ARC of this book and voluntary provide this review.
Bibliophile Reply to on 27 August 2017
I always get excited when this author releases a new book and can't wait to GRASP it with both hands!!
I absolutely loved Falcon and Blane's story. I thought the characters were really well written, the plot was really strong and the side characters (Especially Aunt Vera) were fantastic too!
What I love about this author is the stories aren't overly angsty, they're fairly drama free and light to read but still absolutely amazing!! Loved it!!
Ravise Reply to on 13 November 2017
A romantic and feel good book about two ordinary guys which tied in book one nicely too (but could be read seperately easilly). It was an enjoyable book, not especially deep, but a good happy ending. I'll be looking forward to book three.
S Robson
S Robson Reply to on 16 May 2018
I am enjoying this books. I think I'll marathon the whole series. They are so easy to read and have such great plot and characters. I can't stop once I've started.
Lucy Oliver
Lucy Oliver Reply to on 29 August 2017
Love love loved this books. Second book in the significant brothers series and it is just as good as the first if not better I loved blane and falcon so much. Can't wait for the next one xx
Sian thomas
Sian thomas Reply to on 10 September 2017
As usual with eds work had me completely hooked from the start loved the chemistry between blane and falcon would definitely recommend this series can't wait for the next one well done ed
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