Raylan believed himself unworthy of love until he met Chase. Chase brought out Raylan’s natural need to control and the power to force submission. But time and distance make having a relationship hard. Can Raylan prove to Chase they have what it takes for love to last through this Christmas and every other Christmas for the rest of their lives?
Chase found the muse for his songs in Raylan. Each time they touch, kiss, make love, music fills his soul. But working odd gigs to make ends meet while Raylan photographs rock and roll royalty isn’t beneficial to Chase’s creativity. Can he convince Raylan they’re better off together than apart?
Warnings: Contains: M/M, LBGT, BDSM, Fetish, anal sex
Review: This was truly a heartwarming story of two men, together yet still unsure of each other – and themselves. As I began reading this story, I thought there must have been a part one – an earlier book that explained Raylan and Chase meeting, getting together, falling in love – but this is a stand-alone so don’t panic if think you’ve missed something.
As for the story itself, Believe left me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. I came through the jealousy, the fear, the anger, and the angst with the two characters and felt the love that they truly share for each other. Slayer is able to capture the soul and release the emotions in heart- and gut-wrenching words that left me wondering if my Raylan or Chase is out there somewhere.
I think that’s the only thing I didn’t like about Believe was the fact that I wasn’t there when the two met and fell in love. Otherwise, it is one of the best stories I have read in a while. Pick it up and you won’t be sorry.
Favorite Quote: “Now I know what love looks like.”