Review: Fortune Hunter by Ava March

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Review: Fortune Hunter by Ava March
Fortune Hunter
Book Info

Released: April 9, 2012
Genre: Erotic Romance
Series: Brook Street #2
Pages: 125

 *happy sigh*

Oh Ava March, you have captured my heart with this series. FORTUNE HUNTER is the second book of the Brook Street series and I have to say that if you are a fan of historical M/M erotica, then Ava March is a must-read!

I was very impressed with how March was able to make the smooth transition from Benjamin and Cavin book to Julian and Oscar. It was seamless and it gave readers who have read the first book in the series a chance to remember how well Benjamin was written However, the main focus of this book is Oscar and Julian and I have to say that I enjoyed this one more!

For me, the most memorable parts of the book were its sex scenes. Ava March drew these two men together perfectly, making me pant like a puppy as I waited in anticipation to see what would happen.

To further entice readers, March paints the picture of an impoverished man in Julian who seeks to find financial comfort in any way that he can, even if it means denying his desires for men and marrying an heiress. On the flip side, Oscar has all that he could ever want – except someone to accept him and love him.

As these two men seek to find the thing they think they need, they find something else within each other and I was really impressed by how well this book turned out. I’m eager for the next book in the Brook Street series. ROGUE sounds like another good read to entice readers!


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About Ava March

I'm Ava March, an author of smoking hot M/M historical erotic romances. I love writing in the Regency time period, where proper decorum is of the utmost importance, but where anything can happen behind closed doors.

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