Tom Whitmore’s feelings for Logan White began the first day he saw him back in middle school, but somewhere in those wild college years, Tom’s crush turned to love. A year after college, all that was well and good, and Tom had even learned how to deal with being in love with his straight best friend until stupid Logan White ran off and married a complete stranger—an older, gorgeous, wealthy stranger who looks like a soap opera star, and just so happens to be able to turn into a shark. But no matter how idiotic the mistake, Tom Whitmore has never given up on Logan White, and he doesn’t plan to start now. If he has to plot against this shark shifting man while battling Logan’s own stubbornness, then so be it, because this time, it’s Tom’s turn.
5 out of 5 (exceptional)
Tom's Turn is the third book in this series, but for me, I would say it is the second part to Logan's Tail. You can't read this story without reading that one first, and expect it to make sense. Tom has always let Logan take the lead with their friendship, even though he wants more. However, now he has had a 'taste' of what he has been missing, and will do whatever it takes to keep Logan for himself. Of course, there is the slight problem of Stefano being not only Logan's husband, but also a nice guy. Tom won't give up though, even when Stefano's twin sister steps in to cause untold trouble.
I LOVED THIS! The drama between Logan, Stefano, and Tom was there. If anything, it was Logan who was blasé about it, whereas Tom and Stefano understood and tried to work with it. Logan's dad turns up with secrets of his own which completely turn this tale around! I am hoping to see something go on there, but I won't say anymore as I don't do spoilers.
Once again, this book had no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. I was thoroughly engrossed and loved every word from start to finish. Absolutely recommended by me, and I can't wait for this series to continue.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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Rafe Jadison is a relatively new eBook author who enjoys writing about many different types of people and situations, ultimately believing that we are all pretty much the same. He is author of Seduced by Shark Shifters, Seduced by Shark Shifters II: Logan’s Tail, Reap This, Blake Blacks Out, and Peter Passenger and the Mothman. He has lived in a variety of places, many of them by the water. You can find out more about Rafe at rafejadison.com. He looks forward to hearing from people legally old enough to read the things he writes.