As followers of this blog will know, I’m a big fan of Keira Andrews’ work, therefore I was delighted to receive a review copy of her latest release, Beyond the Sea. This is a gay for you tale set on a desert island – escapism at its very best.
This tells the story of Troy Tanner, a boy band member who walks out mid-tour in the hopes of giving his drug-taking little brother a wake-up call. He charters a flight back home to the States, but unfortunately a freak cyclone takes the plane down in the South Pacific. Troy and the pilot, Brian Sinclair, are marooned on a desert island. They have a minimal amount of provisions which they manage to rescue from the plane, but other than that, they’ve got to learn to survive on what is on and around the island.
As time passes by and the chance of discovery and rescue continue to dwindle, the pair grow closer, and soon, their friendship develops into something much more. How will these two men – who always believed they were straight – cope with this unexpected turn of events? If they survive, will their love do the same?
This is an amazing read – Keira Andrews has done it again. I find her writing very absorbing and very easy to read, so whizzed through this book in a few days. The storyline was great, as were the characters, and the sex and love scenes were fantastic. I very much enjoyed Beyond the Sea, and would wholeheartedly recommend it to fans of gay romance.