There’s a 4.5 star review of gay erotic story The Beginning of Knowledge
over at TWLib Reviews
“I haven’t read an Anne Brooke story in quite a while. As mentioned, I love the author’s skill in creating character driven stories. I was captivated (with trepidation) by the emotional range of the characters without the story turning to melodrama … The Beginning of Knowledge is not a romantic interlude with wine and roses but a walk on the dark side…”
You can go and read the rest of the review here.
And here’s the blurb to whet your appetite further:
When University administrator Alan Castleton meets temporary worker and talented pianist Luke Milton, he doesn’t expect to become obsessed with the handsome young blond. But soon he is heavily involved in a passionate and angry affair, and exploring the dark shadows of his own personality in a way he’s never encountered before.
The more Alan tries to break free from his obsession, the deeper it entangles him. The dangerous split between his reason and his sexual desires threatens his peace of mind and, when the crisis point comes, he must decide once and for all the kind of life he should lead.
Anne Brooke Books
Gay Reads UK
The Gathandrian Fantasy Trilogy