Promise You (A Roommate Romance and Red Hot Heroes Erotic Story) by Rene Folsom #mf #review @ReneFolsom

Promise You

Danielle never realized just how much her brother meant to her until reality slapped her in the face, forcing her to wake up and pay attention. After a shattering tour overseas, Dylan returned home to live with Danielle. Knowing he needed more care than his sister could provide, Dylan invites his battle buddy, Travis, to come live with them.

After a rather unorthodox meeting, sparks begin to fly between Danielle and Travis. However, both of them know just how difficult it will be for their relationship to blossom without Dylan’s blessing, leaving them conflicted about how far they want to take it. Travis wants nothing more than to earn Dylan’s approval—to promise that he will cherish her—always.

Once Travis realizes he can no longer keep his affection for Danielle a secret, things become complicated and the boundaries between friendship and love cloud his future.

This Veteran’s Day, find home in the heart of our heroes with Promise You, part of the Red Hot Heroes multi-author series and stands alone for reading enjoyment.

** Promise You is an erotic romance short story for ADULTS ONLY! This novella is roughly 25,000 words and contains a hot sexual affair between a young military veteran and his buddy’s sexy sister. ** addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da16 Crystal Marie_s RamblingsTAG

I’ve read the other books in this series by Folsom before, and so I couldn’t wait to start reading this one. Taking that into account, the Roommate Romance series are complete standalones, so you don’t have to read the other ones in the series to follow along.

I do have to say that I enjoyed this novella quite a bit, Folsom certainly does a great job with the smutty scenes in the books.  But not only that but the characters are also very well written at the same time.

The only issue that I have with this book, is that minus the quick mention of how Travis has problems himself with what had happened to himself, there is no more mention of it at all.  No mention of if he has gotten treatment, or even if he’s still having the issues he was having.  So it was almost like it was mentioned to mention it, but not closed up completely.

Overall, I did still enjoy this book and I will continue to read more form Folsom in the future.


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