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Indigo Knights 1: Squire by Jet Mykles

It’s true that a Gay Romance novel can be serious and even a little bit drama, but I think that what can so many reader hooked on this genre were stories like the Heaven Sent series by Jet Mykles, or at least that was for me. I eagerly read all 4 books in that series, plus the bonus stories with all 4 pairs together; I’m guilty of not having yet read the spin-off, but it’s never too late. I admit that I was a little sad to see that series end, pretty and a little bit crazy guys playing in the show business field was a good treat for me, every time a new novel was out it was first in my reading list.

With Squire Jet Mykles comes back to that world, and starts a spin-off series, Indigo Knights; Rabin Squire already appeared in a previous novel of the Heaven Sent series, and he was for sure an interesting character; as other in that series, he was not openly gay, but let us say that he was at least bi-curious. In his own story, Rabin meets Izzy, Brent’s cousin (Brent is part of the Heaven Sent band and he is paired with Hell); Izzy is a bit of a stereotype: long, flowing black hair, lithe and smooth body, as much if not more pretty than a girl, if Rabin is bi-curious, Izzy is probably the right boy to experiment.

Izzy is coming out from a bad breakup and he says he doesn’t want nothing serious; he admits he has a crush on Rabin, and he is more than willing to be his buddy “f**k” friend, with strings attached. But saying and doing is different and without almost realizing that, both Rabin than Izzy develops a deeper feeling for each other, something that can easily turn in love if they give it a chance.

The story is pretty much on the light mode, there is really no drama, and I liked that, even if there was a little bit of thinking on the straight versus gay issue, in the end Rabin had more or less a “what feels good is good” attitude: being with Izzy is good, they are not doing anything wrong, no one will suffer from it, so, where is the wrong in that? They are young, they are free, and they are good together. True, someone could question Rabin’s easiness in accepting being involved in a gay relationship while he was “apparently” straight, but that is, the author suggests that while Rabin was fine in his “straight” relationship, he has never had anything serious with a woman since it was not really his fate.

Squire, and I suppose all the Indigo Knight series, like the Heaven Sent was, is a light show business themed story, with pretty boys, good sex and little if nothing drama, perfect for a R&R night.

http://www.loose-id.com/Indigo-Knights-Squire.aspx

Amazon Kindle: Squire (Indigo Knights)
Publisher: Loose Id LLC (September 7, 2010)

Series: Heaven Sent
1) Heaven: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/27253.html
1.5) Pretty Red Ribbon: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/22377.html
2) Purgatory
2.5) Sexy Spring Surprise: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/67552.html
3) Hell: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/68720.html
3.5) Feisty Little Firecracker: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/119856.html
4) Faith: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/68720.html
4.5) Sly Spectral Trick: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/166811.html
5) Genesis: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/211283.html
6) Revelations

Series: Indigo Knights
1) Squire

Reading List:



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Cover Art by P.L. Nunn
Tags: author: jet mykles, genre: contemporary, length: novel, review, theme: gay for you, theme: show business
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