On the run from fanatics who want to send Diego back in hell, the obvious places where Rick can bring Diego to experiment his new life are Las Vegas and Los Angeles, place were lights and glitters sometime cover the ugly reality. Moreover place where appearances do count, and Rick is slowly loosing his wisdom while Diego at the same time is losing his newfound innocence; even if in danger, and on the run, Rick and Diego are doing it in a grandeur way, enjoying the decadence of being forever young while enjoying each other young bodies.
I like that, even if more like a splatter movie than a romance novel, in any case there is a underline of romanticism in the story: Rick and Diego really loves each other, and their bond is not only a way to survive, they really believe to their words when claiming there will be no other for them; what started more like a Rick taking care of Diego, now is morphing in a same level relationship, something that is reflected also in their lovemaking.
Let Them Try Harder is a nice conclusion to the previous introduction story, if you read them together you will have the whole feeling of the story; and if the authors will decide to take these men up again, there is still space for something more, after all, there are still a lot of shining and decadent location in the US where two gay guys can spend time enjoying themselves.
Amazon Kindle: Let Them Try Harder
Publisher: M&V Tailz (November 2, 2010)
1) Let Them Try: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/1121690.html
2) Let Them Try Harder