Brock by Dani René Release Blitz/Review

Title: Brock
Series: Four Sons, #3
Author: Dani René
Release Date: August 3, 2018

I am strong, athletic, and son to a man I always wanted to be.
I had made plans, thought I was on that path, and then a bullet stopped not just my father’s heart, but mine too.
I’ve been living a life I’m not meant to.
I want more. I want to escape.
And I found someone who’s given me a love I never thought possible.
My name is Brock Pearson.
I am a free spirit who found happiness in an unexpected place.
People assume I’ll be another heir to our empire, but my heart belongs elsewhere.
***This series should be read in order to understand the plot.***
Nixon (Four Sons, #1) by Ker Dukey ~ Available Now
Hayden (Four Sons, #2) by J.D. Hollyfield ~  Available Now
Brock (Four Sons, #3) by Dani René ~  Available Now
Camden (Four Sons, #4) by K Webster ~ August 10th
Where do I start with this review. I totally went into this book thinking I was going to get a G-F-Y (gay for you) kinda book. Since the beginning we’ve known that Brock and Ethan are best friends. Then as books went on… it was implied that something more was going on between them.
So when I read Nixon’s book and I came to this part in that book I knew there was definitely something between them!

“Ethan doesn’t even let the car roll to a stop before he’s out the door and taking the steps two at a time to the front door. “I say we get naked and hit the Jacuzzi,” he shouts, unlocking the door and almost tripping over the doorstep. “You want to start without her?” I grin, pulling my t-shirt over my head and kicking off my boots. “No harm in having a warm up.” He licks his lips, pushes his jeans down his legs,”

I was pretty excited. Because I thought yes! I can’t wait to read their coming together In this book! But once again the little details from book to book in this series are not matching up. In that one part in Nixon’s book It sounded like the boys have already done some stuff sexually. Without a third person being there. And in this book….

Brock and Ethan have done little things here and there with each other when they were having a 3some. But they’ve never done anything alone. Only with another person (women) there.

So when I started this book I was kinda thrown for a little loop. I thought because of the past books in this series we were going to get just a Brock/Ethan book of them coming together. Even from the synopsis you don’t get a vibe of this being a M/M/F kinda book. I assumed it was totally about the boys! So when Camila came into the picture. I just wasn’t feeling it.

I stop reading M/M/F, M/F/M books awhile ago. Because the girl I felt got in the way! lol (being honest!)
I’ve just moved on more to straight M/M (M/M/M) books. I’m not really into it either when the characters are Bi. Once again I mostly read straight M/M books.

Ok… I felt the connection between Brock and Ethan from the beginning. I figured the girls (one night stand) coming and going was just something they were doing until they finally got enough nerves to cross the line. So when Ethan finally crossed it. It unfortunately instantly put a wall up for Camila.

Because everything Brock and Ethan did together was just on a whole different level.
I honestly didn’t think they needed Camila! lol when I read chapter 20. I really felt they had what it takes for them to just be together…just the 2 of them. It seemed really intense between them.

I might of felt a little different about their whole situation if they all had met at the same time. And I didn’t have such strong feeling for just Ethan and Brock.

The sex in this book was way hotter with just Ethan and Brock. But I hated how they never fully involved Camila into their whole sex life. I mean they kissed, touched and did some oral with each other with her there. But never full on sex with her there.
To me it seemed like Brock and Ethan choose certain times when they knew Camila wasn’t there to have sex. And just fully let go and be with each other.

I think there should’ve been a sex scene with all of them equally pleasing each other. To me it seemed like they focused only on Camila. It was hard for me to see her role in the relationship.

Overall this wasn’t a bad read. I wish it was a little different. More just Brock and Ethan exploring each other.

*ARC provided for an honest review*

Dani is an international bestselling author and proud member of the Romance Writer’s Organization of South Africa (ROSA) and the Romance Writer’s of America (RWA).
A fan of dark romance that grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let go. It’s from this passion that her writing has evolved from sweet and romantic, to dark and delicious. It’s in this world she’s found her calling, growing from strength to strength and hitting her stride.
On a daily basis, she has a few hundred characters, storylines, and ideas floating around in her head. From the feisty heroines she delivers to the dark, dominant alphas that grace the pages of her books, she promises light in a world filled with danger and darkness.
She has a healthy addiction to reading, TV series, music, tattoos, chocolate, and ice cream.




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