Two years after his life fell apart, Will Dawson moved to Florida to start over. His job in the tech department of Idyll Fling, a gay porn studio, is ideal for him. When his boss forces him to take on a new hire, the last person he expects is Dallas Greene—the man who cost him his job and his boyfriend back in Connecticut. He doesn’t know what’s on Dallas’s agenda, but he won’t be blindsided by a wolf masquerading as a runway model. Not again.
Dallas might have thrown himself on his brother’s mercy, but his skills are needed at Idyll Fling. Working with Will is a bonus, since Dallas has never forgotten the man. A good working relationship is only the beginning of what Dallas wants with Will.
But Dallas doesn’t realize how deep Will’s distrust runs, and Will doesn’t know that the man he’s torn between loving and hating is the boss’s brother. When all truths are revealed, how can a relationship built on lies still stand?
Plaid Versus Paisley by KC Burns is an enemies to lovers story. Will Dawson moved to Florida after his company laid him off two years ago. Now the gay porn studio where he made his new start was growing too big for him to handle alone, and his boss noticed. Enter Dallas Greene, the gorgeous man Will blames his earlier troubles on. Their relationship is always explosive, but can they keep it going in the right direction?
Plaid Versus Paisley is the second KC Burns book I read, and I just can’t get enough of this author’s writing style. Her characters are multifaceted. I loved the way Dallas’ health was brought into the story. He never felt sorry for himself, but he still respected his body’s needs (with some encouragement from his brother). Will was a harder sell for me. It took quite a while for me to like him, and he lost that with how quickly he overreacted. Though there was hurt on both sides, I hope that Will learns to relax and count to ten when he and Dallas have disagreements in the future.
Plaid Versus Paisley was a well-written book in a great series, that I would highly recommend.