Libbie’s story is a sweet one, and her struggles with fibromyalgia make her a unique heroine in the world of erotica. The book gets off to a great start — even if the constant name switches between the brothers’ dual identities is confusing — and the romance is given plenty of time to build. The plot with the brothers switching places with each other and dealing with the ins and outs of the mob trial gets convoluted, and muddles much of the final third of the book, but the rest is worth the read.

Libbie Addams is struggling with fibromyalgia, running her bakery business and making ends meet. Renting out her empty apartment to Ken Dougherty and Charles Stackhouse seems to be the answer to her prayers. Too bad the good-looking men are gay and fleeing a judgmental family. Of course, the men are really twin brothers Ben and Allan Donohue, and they’re hiding out while waiting for a mob trial to begin — and more heats up than Libbie’s ovens. (SIRENPUBLISHING.COM, dl $7.50)
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Cyndy Aleo