Sunday, May 20, 2018

Random Review: BFF~ Claimed by Devon McCormack #Review #Giveaway

Author: Devon McCormack
Title: BFF: Best Friend's Father Claimed
Sequel to BFF
Publication Date: May 7, 2018
Length: 290 Pages

Reviewed by Jenn



I f*cked up. Not in a small way, either.

When I met my son's best friend, the attraction was instantaneous. Jesse Morgan is charming, witty, and hot-as-sin. He might be young, but he's wise beyond his years. And damn, what he can do to me with something as simple as his touch or one glance from those chestnut-colored eyes.

Hard as I tried, I couldn't keep my greedy hands off of him, and once I had a taste, I needed more.

He awakens a fire within me unlike anything I've experienced with another guy. He stirs a hot lust that makes it difficult for me to spend time with him without tearing his clothes off and giving him the pleasure he deserves.

It's more than that, though.

He makes me believe in something I'd given up on.


I love him. I want him to claim me, body and soul.

And messed up as it might sound, the man who destroyed what remained of my estranged relationship with my son might be the very man who can help save it.

Yes, I made one of the biggest mistakes in my life by starting down this path, but as far as mistakes go, Jesse Morgan is a pretty damn amazing one.


“There’s something about disarming secrets that feels so good on your conscious” With this one sentence, the author and Eric, the character who said it, captured my heart all over again.

Jesse and Eric who fell in love in a shroud of secrecy behind Eric’s son and Jesse’s best friend are back. In this book we get to see what happens after all the excitement and drama that came with falling in love. Now comes the really hard stuff, staying in love, helping Ty understand and accept their love, forging new, stronger relationships with him and dealing with the past trauma that has shaped so much of Eric’s life. 

The thing I love most about this book and this story is how it was written. I feel like this trope of falling for your friend’s dad has been done and almost always tied up with a neat bow. What Devon McCormack does is look beyond the sexy, beyond the taboo and he gets real. The depth and maturity of both the story and the writing is incredibly beautiful. The care shown by Jesse reaches so beyond his years and shows that he really is a man worth risking it all for. Eric’s commitment to Ty, Jesse and to his own well being is so admirable and sincere. What could have torn all their lives apart ultimately makes each man stronger. We see these men tackling the past while still living in the now and I simply love that. Life doesn’t end because you were hurt or because you caused hurt. They move forward and keep going, solid in the knowledge that this love is worth it. They laugh, they make love and they LIVE! All the things I wished for them at the ending of book one. This book is a MUST read.


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