You Can See Me by A.E. Via #mm #review @AuthorAEVia 1

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World renowned chef, Prescott Vaughan was at the height of his career. Right before he’s to leave for Paris to work alongside his idol, a horrific car accident leaves him completely blind.

His female fiancé leaves him in a state of desperation and depression. He pines for love, companionship, and so happens to find it in the form of his very sexy neighbor. Sexy male neighbor, Dr. Rickson ‘Ric’ Edwards.

Prescott’s not gay – at least he never considered himself gay – until Ric saves him from a date, gone terribly wrong. The two neighbors hit it off quickly and waste no time exploring and learning each other. Things are great until Ric begins to have his doubts about meeting Prescott’s many wants.

When Ric insist he and Prescott take a breather, Pres finds himself lonely and miserable again. Enter, male escort and aspiring chef, Blair McKenzie to fill the void.

In the meantime, Ric works on his issues that prohibit him from displaying the love he knows he has for Prescott. When Ric is finally ready and returns to claim Prescott he’s not sure that Pres can let go of the sexy, southern, hotness that is Blair McKenzie. After Ric has his own personal encounter with the sinfully sexy man, he can’t help but become entranced and crave more as well.

Pres soon realizes that there’s no need to choose between his two men, because when all three of them finally come together – grab a cold drink – because the heat is going to go all the way up!

​This is not your typical gay ménage romance. Everyone is not happy, skipping along, and loving life. These men are at each other’s throats. They live completely separate lives; fuss, cuss, and fight until they all realize exactly what the problem is…too damn much sexual tension.
I had read A.E. Via’s Nothing Special series before I read this one and absolutely loved the men in it. Prescott Vaughan was mentioned several times and when I found out this book was about him, I dived right in.  Had to read about Day’s former boyfriend.

Quite simply? I LOVED this book.

Simply loved it. Prescott Vaughan is at the top of his world. A renowned chef, everything is going his way: great fiancée, soon to travel to France to study under another chef…he is most definitely going places. Until he has an  accident and is left blind. It takes a few years to get out from under his sense of ‘poor me’ and after he does so, his fiancée dumps him. Now, as sad as that is, I can understand that from her POV, her fiancée is a different person now. I do think the way she dumped him was pretty crappy though. So he has this supposed great life, but he can’t find love. Instead, the poor guy hangs onto his girlfriend who so obviously is using him for his money. I won’t tell you what the scene was, but a certain bar scene happened in this book and I kept hoping later in the book someone would make sure that woman got what she deserved.

So, now Prescott is broken, hurt,and yet…brightness on the horizon in the form of Ric, a gay doctor, who he falls in love with. Unfortunately Ric has a past and one night, terrified because of something Prescott did, he dumps him. Once again, Prescott’s alone!

Gah! Until he meets Blair, a sweet, gorgeous Texan…well gorgeous to everyone who can see him anyway. Prescott sees what’s inside and thinks he’s pretty gorgeous there, as well.
And that’s not even close to the end of the book. But I’m not going to tell you the end because it would ruin the amazing’ness that is. Even though this book was written before Nothing Special, I think it’s A.E. Via’s best so far. I’m NOT a ménage reader as a whole. But I did love this book. I’d love to read more of Prescott, Ric, and Blair. Actually, I want to see how God acts when Prescott and his men come to visit Day. 🙂 (If you don’t know who God and Day are…after you read this book, continue on with Nothing Special. You can thank me later 🙂 )
5 stars
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  • AE

    Thank you! I’m so glad you enjoyed my guys as much as I loved writing them. 🙂
    I sincerely appreciate the compliment.
    Happy reading!
    Adrienne V.

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