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Breaking News (Prime Time #2) by Ella Frank [Book Review]

The nail-biting cliffhanger at the end of Inside News left me in jitters, and I waited with bated breath to get my hands on the next book. Breaking News, the second book in the Prime Time Trilogy was worth the wait and anticipation. It picks off right from the first book and takes us on a journey of rediscovery. While Sean is recovering from his injury, Xander battled anxiety and his misplaced guilt. Both are at crossroads, but the best part of Ella Frank’s novels is that the characters never give up on each other or their relationship. They fight the problems together and emerge much stronger.

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Inside Affair (Prime Time #1) by Ella Frank [Review]

Gay Romance Novels have always been my guilty pleasure. But I’m picky when it comes to the authors, whose books I prefer reading. I wouldn’t just pick any old book off the rack. For me, the storyline has to be intriguing and make me forget the world around me. One such author is Ella Frank; her books are delectable and deliver you right into the middle of an alternate universe with lead characters that slowly become a part of your life. That’s what happened to me when I read the “Temptations” series and fell in love with “Logan & Tate.” Her “Confessions” got me borderline obsessed with the “Priest, Robbie & Julien” love triangle. ” So, I was an excited bundle of nerves when I heard about this new series, “Prime Time.” It was just later that I realized the main leads belong to the same universe, and they indeed rocked my world! Ella Frank’s novels are popular for the sensual chemistry between the lead characters. Although the main characters in this book are still in the process of understanding each other, they have chemistry in spades, which pretty much keeps you hooked. Without further ado, let’s review this book.

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