Will Sedgwick can’t believe that after months of searching for his oldest friend, Martin Easterbrook is found hiding in an attic like a gothic nightmare. Intent on nursing Martin back to health, Will kindly kidnaps him and takes him to the countryside to recover, well away from the world.
Martin doesn’t much care where he is or even how he got there. He’s much more concerned that the man he’s loved his entire life is currently waiting on him hand and foot, feeding him soup and making him tea. Martin knows he’s a lost cause, one he doesn’t want Will to waste his life on.
As a lifetime of love transforms into a tender passion both men always desired but neither expected, can they envision a life free from the restrictions of the past, a life with each other?
I was very excited to read the latest installment in the Seducing the Sedgwicks series, Two Rogues Make a Right, by the popular Cat Sebastian, and I'm pleased to announce that it didn't disappoint.
First of all, I highly recommend that you read at least the first book in the series as I don't think this book works particularly well as a stand-alone. It really helps to get some background knowledge about the Sedgwick family before starting this story.
I enjoyed so many things about Two Rogues Make a Right. First of all, we get a demisexual MC. I love the growing number of asexual-spectrum characters in romance, and I really dug it here. We also get a pan/bisexual main character (love), a character struggling with a chronic illness, and a main character who is a former opium addict. I loved how these were not perfect characters. They were both deeply flawed, with jealousy, a lack of proper communication, and years of pent up longing and resentment.