On Shaky Ground Book Cover On Shaky Ground
Andrew Grey
M/M Romance
Dreamspinner Press
June 14, 2019

Martin Graham built his business from the ground up with hard work and intuition. Due to a degenerative eye disease, he’s learned to rely on his other senses to feel out the competition. To realize his dream, he just needs to broker one last deal… and finally secure an assistant.

Brock Littleton is desperate for money—desperate enough take the job no one else wants: assistant to demanding, fussy, intensely private Mr. Graham.

Everything about Brock gets under Martin’s skin in ways he never expected, making him realize a successful business isn’t the only component to a happy future. But as Martin’s deal comes together, one of the prices could be the relationship with Brock that Martin is just starting to believe could be real.

Reviewed by: Linda Tonis

Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team

Martin Graham is going blind but that hasn’t stopped him from running a very successful business. He is loved by all his employees except for one position, the position of his assistant. He is demanding and wants things done his way which is understandable since with loss in his sight he needs things to always stay the same around him.

Martin is in the process of closing a huge deal and he needs an assistant more now than ever but even offering higher pay one candidate after another walks out. Then Brock Littleton comes for an interview and although he was surprised when the position was that of an assistant and not a job that would reflect his knowledge and education his rent is due and eating seems to be a necessity. Moving home with his mother or taking this job made his decision for him and both Martin and Brock was surprised as to how easily he fit into Martin’s life.

Martin has always felt that a relationship was not in the cards for him since he always felt his eye issue would be a deal breaker who wants to be burdened with a man losing more and more of his sight each day but will his new assistant prove him wrong. This was a short story but a beautiful one.