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Dropping Anchor, Book 2
Bru Baker
LGBT, Contemporary, Gay Romance
Dreamspinner Press
June 23, 2014

When an inheritance fell in Ian Mackay’s lap, he fled the high-pressure banking industry and didn’t look back. Since then, he’s spent four years living carefree on the island of Tortola, his life a series of hookups and hanging out with friends.

After his best friend moves to Seattle and gets married, Ian finds himself lost. His unapologetic existence doesn’t hold the same appeal, and he wonders if he’s throwing his life away. After visiting Niall in Seattle, Ian decides to stay, but that means taking his life off hold and finding a real job. Meeting Luke Keys, who is about as far from a player as possible, isn’t the plan but might be just what Ian needs. Luke and his values intrigue Ian, and he pursues Luke ruthlessly until Luke agrees to a date.

Their courtship sweeps Ian off his feet, and when the relationship gets complicated, Ian has the chance to cut and run. Habits born from years of being on his own are hard to shake, and self-proclaimed playboy Ian must decide if love is worth fighting for.

Available at Amazon.

Reviewed by Gloria Lakritz

Senior Reviewer for the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

I must begin my review that Bru Baker was new to me until as week when I began this series with Island House. I HAD to get the other two of this Trilogy and have spent the better part of 10 days enveloped in this wonderful world.

We met Ian in Island House.  I mentally named Ian “The Letch” whenever he was around Niall. He was a rich playboy getting a large inheritance. He left corporate life spending the last four years living on the island of Tortola.  He did odd jobs and only lived for the visitors to the island for hookups and hanging out with friends. When his friend Niall met his HEA Ethan and moved to Seattle, Ian started looking at his life, and started feeling it was getting old.

Meeting bartender Luke Keys by chance was one of those moments ‘Chance” looking kindly on Ian ! I loved the Player Ian choosing Luke who was so not….The author lets us see Ian grow up and it made for a wonderful refreshing story.

The ensemble has grown, with friends and family surrounding our couples. This story was wonderful, the pace, the verbal interactions made me laugh, cry and couldn’t put it down.

Looking at the small amount of Amazon reviews for this series, I am sad that many readers have missed out on this author, as I myself had.  I would like to mention that readers of MM Romance would love these as I did. If you are lucky and can access Kindle Unlimited there is no cost to read and become acquainted with this author. I know you will not be disappointed.