This is usually the time of the year, where I suffer from major burnout, and this year is not that much different. That usually means that the only thing I can deal with is media that is relatively light and does not require me to pay too much attention. This often includes playing World of Warcraft, watching a lot of reality shows and reading romance books.
I managed to read this series in three days. While the books are not particularly deep and complex read, they are still very well written and highly enjoyable. I especially loved the character of each of the men in the story, they are all unique and interesting individuals and the romance was believable (and charming).
The series does fall into some of the common stereotypes of m/m romance. Namely that those are all damaged and abused men who are looking for redemption. While it didn’t feel as gratuitous as other books, I did find it a bit disappointing. I also thought that the ends were just too quickly resolved. It wasn’t as big of an issue in the first book. By the second book in the series, you have someone being accused of kidnapping, and this is somehow solved in the quickest way possible.
If I do have to recommend one of them, I did find that the first book was the strongest and had my favourite relationship. As it mostly just focused on two very lonely men finding love. Still, I also really enjoyed the rest, and I think they are all worth reading.