Ride Me

Ride Me

by Rebecca Brooke


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I'm a man living with regret. It eats at me night and day.

Eights years ago, I ran from Reagan instead of facing the music. I was sure he would shut me out if he knew the truth, so I beat him to the punch. I left and never looked back.

Or at least I tried not to.

To this day, Reagan is always in the back of my mind, trying to make me remember the fun we had. I always wonder what he would have thought if I'd told him everything.

The regret echoes in my head.

Now he's standing in front of me, looking for answers I doubt he's ready for.

Can Reagan accept me for who I really am?

Warning: Contains sexual situations between two men.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781727213904
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/28/2018
Pages: 344
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.77(d)

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Ride Me (Jaded Ivory, #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Right. Everyone needs a soundtrack for their life. Midnight Dreams is theirs.
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
4.25 stars--RIDE ME is the second instalment in Rebecca Brooke’s contemporary, adult JADED IVORY erotic, rock romance series focusing on the members of the rock band Jaded Ivory. This is twenty six year olds, Jaded Ivory’s drummer Sawyer Alason, and attorney Reagan Setton’s story line. RIDE ME can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous story line is revealed where necessary. NOTE: RIDE ME contains graphic scenes of M/M sexual situations that may not be suitable for more sensitive readers. Told from dual firs person perspectives (Sawyer and Reagan) RIDE ME follows the rekindling friendship and building romance between twenty six year olds, former best friends, Jaded Ivory’s drummer Sawyer Alason, and attorney Reagan Setton. From the age of seven Reagan and Sawyer were best friends but the day before each was to head off to college, Sawyer disappeared without explanation. Fast forward to present day wherein Reagan is desperate to reconnect with his best friend, the friend he hasn’t heard from in close to eight years. Enter Jaded Ivory’s drummer Sawyer Alason, and the man with whom Reagan will fall in love. What ensues is the rebuilding friendship, and romance between Reagan and Sawyer, and the potential fall-out as neither one has come out of the proverbial closet, threatening their hard fought anonymity with the media and friends. Sawyer Alason has always known he was gay but having fallen in love with Reagan at the age of sixteen, Sawyer struggled with the potential loss of his best friend, a friend from whom he walked away without explanation. Now the drummer for the up and coming rock band Jaded Ivory, Sawyer is hoping Reagan’s reappearance won’t be destroyed when the truth is revealed. Reagan Setton never considered himself gay or bi-sexual but reconnecting with Sawyer Alason found our hero wondering about the what ifs, including his strong and visceral reaction to a man he once considered his best friend. The relationship between Reagan and Sawyer is a rekindling friendship; a best friends to lovers M/M romance that struggles in the face of potential rejection, discrimination and loss of family and friends. The $ex scenes are intimate, erotic and intense without the use of over the top, sexually graphic language and text. We are re-introduced to the members of the band: lead singer Mari Cosmann, and her boyfriend Cole Wallace (Rock Me #1); Keyboardist Heath Marshall, lead guitarist Jackson Hadden and bass player Monty Vance, as well as band manager Tom; Sawyer’s parents Charlene and Derek: and Reagan’s parents Kathleen and Tommy. RIDE ME is a story of family, friendship, loyalty, and heart break. The premise is engaging and endearing; the characters are colorful, and charismatic; the romance is seductive and passionate. RIDE ME is a wonderful , sensitive and spirited story line of friendship, second chances, and falling in love.
Pat1950 More than 1 year ago
Jaded Ivory is a rock group currently on their way up .. The drummer is Sawyer who has a secret that he has kept hidden .... Why he left his best friend without any explanation . Sawyer had spent every single day with Reagan since he was seven years old up until he left.. Reagan is now a man they haven't seen each other for so long until..... I absolutely loved this book its one of those books that you don't want to stop reading it certainly grabs all your feelings. The journey of two guys who after so long away from each other meet again. The truth has to be told but can it easily be told? Can love override everything? What opens up is who they are ,can love be a word thought or spoken? Family friends and their fans they all take an important part in this book . This is my first read of Rebecca Brooke and certainly not my last . I will not give spoilers but what I can say is this book is worth much more than five stars and you will certainly remember this book..
ButtonsMom2003 More than 1 year ago
I liked it a lot. This is the first book I've read by Rebecca Brooke and I really enjoyed it. Ride Me is book 2 in the Jaded Ivory series but it can be read as a standalone. I didn't read book one and didn't feel lost or like I'd missed anything by reading only book two. Jaded Ivory is an up and coming rock band and Sawyer is the drummer living the life he'd always dreamed of. Only one thing is missing – the best friend he left behind seven years ago without any explanation. When Reagan finds out that Jaded Ivory is having a meet and greet in the town where he lives he buys a ticket and decides to confront Sawyer and finally find out what he did wrong to make Sawyer leave without a word all those years ago. Wow, this story was an emotional one for me. I know a lot of people don't like gay-for-you (GFY) stories but I happen to enjoy them, and this was a good one. It was also a bonus that it's kind of a second chance story and a friends-to-lovers one – a great triple play in my opinion. The author's words made me feel the anguish that Sawyer felt because he felt that he could never have what he wanted. As Sawyer and Reagan began to renew their friendship, I also felt the deep connection these two had to each other. When that connection finally exploded into something more? It was HOT, HOT, HOT. If this author writes any more M/M books I would definitely be willing to read them. Note: The Advanced Copy I read was not the final release copy. I normally don't even mention this in a review but because there were fairly substantive errors, and I was unable to see the final released product, I thought I should mention it. I was assured that they would be corrected before release. My rating of the book was based solely on the story, ignoring any grammatical/typographical errors I saw. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the first book, and knew I would like this book, but wasn't sure it could top Rock Me. It did. I love Sawyer and Reagan's story. It was such a good read. Instead of telling his best friend he was in love with him, or even that he was gay, Sawyer left and started fresh, finding himself in the process. He was so sure what Reagan's response would be, he cut him off. Reagan spent years wondering what he did wrong for Sawyer to leave like he did. When he finally tracks him down, noticing things about Sawyer he would never have imagined. Yeah, Sawyer makes a few mistakes, but I love how much Reagan proves he's all in and wants to be there.