End Game & The Piercer’s Game by Sean Michael

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Things are changing again for the foursome. Can they weather these changes as they do everything else—together?

Things are changing again for Bishop, Knight, Rook and Jason. Not only is Jason going back to school, but Knight has bought a cottage on a lake several hours away, and none of them are quite sure what it all means for their family of four.

As Knight loses himself in his art at the cottage and Jason begins the hard work needed to keep up with school, Rook and Bishop call each other often to stay in touch, but it isn’t the same thing as all four of them being together.

Could this be the beginning of two couples and the end of their foursome just when Jason was settling into being a part of this weird but wonderful family? Or will they find a way to make it work just like they have everything else?

Reader Advisory: This book contains use of urethral sounds and foursomes. It is best read in sequence as part of a series but can be read as a standalone.

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We pick up right were we left off, with them celebrating Knight buying the Cottage and Jason getting the News of school.

This was a great end, but it does jump time. We cover months in this one and by the end Jason is done with school, Knight is completely healed, Rook as left his daily running of his shop and Bishop is rounding everybody up.

We start by Rook and Jason equal parts thrilled and scared of the news that Knight bought the cottage. Jason can’t leave, and Rook is confused, he wants to stay with Jason but wants his men as well.

Bishop and Knight spend time at the cottage only to realize they need the four to survive and thrive.

I just loved even after the months together, we can still grow, learn and develop this relationship.  And by the end they’ve all figured out the next part of there lives, together. Perfect HEA


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Luke sees a lot in his job as a piercer, but for all that, he’s shy and lonely. Can live-in-the-moment Temple open his eyes to life’s pleasures?

Luke’s a piercer and owns a successful business with his tattooing partner. Despite his job and his inked and pierced appearance, Luke is actually quite shy and lonely, not to mention inexperienced. An event from his past has left him unable to open up completely to anyone and it’s easier for him to just keep to himself.

Temple is a cancer survivor, coming up on five years cancer free. He’s travelling across North America on the back of his motorcycle, just going where the wind blows him. Ever since first being diagnosed, he turned into a true believer of living in the moment.

When Temple first turns up at Luke’s shop, Temple is immediately drawn to the quiet piercer. First he’s going to have to convince Luke that there’s something between them…then he’s going to have to work his way past Luke’s defences.

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Holy hot tamale, this is probably one of SM most sensual books in this series, maybe ever.  But also so much more. 

We’ve met Luke a couple of times through out the Chess series so to get his story was a nice treat. And even though I didn’t feel like we got the whole story, we got enough.

Temple, wow what an amazing character. It almost makes me want to ask the author if they met someone like that whom they based him off of.  He also makes me want to do better, be better. So well written

When Luke and Temple meet, that spark! YES! And I’m a total believer in insta ALL! It’s true in my everyday life, so why not in stories I read.

The way they embrace each other, the life, the belief. And the secondary people are so perfect in this, so understanding and protective of Luke. Knowing his back story and history. They have a right to be nervous.

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