This story burns, with a hot plotline, hot and sexy characters, highly satisfying sex scenes, lots of well-developed conflict, both within the primary relationship and between the two guys and the outside world. Chance and Tucker are both wonderful and sympathetic characters: hot, sexy, adorable, delectable. Their mutual attraction is credible and their sex even better. The way they meet and become lovers is steamy and entirely believable. The fight they have after Chance is seriously injured is entirely believable. Unfortunately, and this is why I had to give the book a four-star versus five-star rating, I wasn't convinced that two guys who loved each other as obsessively and deeply as they did would allow their relationship to end with one fight and neither of them try to put it back together for five months. Then, the reconciliation was MUCH too easy and quick after a five-month separation without any communication. Too bad, because I found the second half of the book, in which Tucker had to fight his demons and Chance had to learn how to stop trying to control everything going on around him, was really quite good. I was impressed that the author didn't try to wrap up every loose end in the second half of the book and allowed the two to repair their relationship with a few questions still unanswered. Very realistic. Good read, strongly recommended. I look forward to future books from this author.