Book Reviews

Noble (Indigo Knights 4) by Jet Mykles at Loose Id

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 26-October-2014

Book Blurb

Donny “Foxy” Foxley is hot. Noble knows it. All those screaming teen girls know it. And so does the production company with their millions staked on the teen idol's dreamy good looks.

So when the supposedly straight movie star comes onto him, Noble is floored. Never one to ignore the allure of a pretty young man, Noble can't resist and doesn't even try. Why should he? Even if it has to be a secret, he’d be crazy to pass up a night of sexytimes with the one man everyone wants.

But one night turns into two, then blossoms into a friendship with the potential for so much more. If that’s what Noble was after, which he's not. But Foxy gets under Noble’s skin until he cares way too much. Because there can never be anything but sex between them. To the world, Foxy is straight and Noble is anything but.


Book Review

After having just met the incredible Jet Mykles at this year's GRL, I felt an even greater connection not just to her, but to all of her works, of which the 'Indigo Knights' series is one. It seems like I've been waiting for Noble's story since he first jumped on the pages. Noble is a bold character, with personality and charm just oozing from his pores. Considering how much he teases his band mates about their lovers, I was looking forward to watching him fall.

Noble is, well, let's just say jaded when it comes to sex. He's had a lot of it, with a lot of people, and he makes no bones about it. But his night with Foxy is something different. Foxy has never done this with a man, so there's curiosity, slow exploration, and genuine fun. There's romance, which blows Noble's mind and makes his knees weak. A first for our rock star. It was sexy, sensual, and purely erotic. And then Noble and the guys leave for an international tour which lasts almost a year, and this should be the end of it. Should be, anyway.

Texting and talking ensues through the entire tour, and Noble doesn't go out as much as he used to. The tour ends, they all go home to Chicago to rest for a couple of months. And Foxy shows up. No one has ever traveled to be with Noble. They spend days together. But reality is outside those walls, and Noble won't be anyone's little secret. And he won't be the reason that Foxy comes out, that's a responsibility which Noble doesn't need, or want.

Hands down, 'Noble' is my favorite of the series. In my opinion, it was more serious and dramatic than the previous three books, although they certainly weren't lacking in those regards. Noble and Foxy just meshed, from the moment they met, and I loved them for it. Great job, Jet, and thank you!





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novel, 56107 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 16-September-2014
Price $5.99 ebook
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