Son of Money Book Cover Son of Money
Brandon Witt
MM Romance
Independently Published
August 11, 2020
345

Randall Morgan, youngest son of one of Seattle’s wealthiest families, rejected his family’s money to live free of their control and pursue his career as a photographer. To make ends meet, Randall does erotic photography and massage—a secret he keeps from his family so he can remain a part of his young niece’s life. But the price of that relationship is high, and Randall is once more slipping under his family’s thumb.

Noah Carroll is the spokesperson for the Seattle Humane Society, and the city holds a special place in his heart. When fate intervenes during a pet adoption, Noah finds himself face-to-face with his first love—Randall.

While Noah and Randall are not the teenagers they once were, the flame of a first kiss long ago draws them together. Their romance is beginning to grow, but someone is out to destroy Randall and expose all he keeps hidden.

When secrets and rumors thrust Randall into the public eye, his relationship with Noah isn’t the only thing that comes under threat.

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Reviewed by Melissa Brus

Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

Brandon Witt takes on the issue of fate vs family expectations in this really well written tale.  He adds in character traits for the main character that could be morally ambiguous as well, giving depth and interest to an already intriguing plot.  

Randall Morgan had a first kiss with a young man who was the son of religious missionaries.  That kiss was the standard every other man was compared to in his life.  So when they meet again, he and Noah Carroll are both ready to see what an adult relationship will bring them.  Brandon Witt then turns the love story on its ear with a social media smear campaign against Randall that threatens his whole world.  This is not a light and fluffy romance.  There is such sadness and fear throughout the tale.  But somehow there is a pervasive sense of beauty and love that winds through. 

 The steadfastness of Noah and Kayla is incredibly strong.  I found myself rooting for Randall to just trust in them, even when the plot looked its bleakest.  I wasn’t sure how it was going to resolve but I should know to have faith in Brandon Witt and his storytelling by now.  It left me feeling hopeful and happy.  Because, any story that includes the ugliest rescue dogs ever getting their happily ever after, is going to leave you with a smile.

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