End Scene

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 4.67/5 based on 9 reviews
What would you do for money?
Would you get tangled up in a suggestive photo shoot with your twin brother?
Atticus is just that desperate. Besides, they can keep it professional, can't they?
It doesn't mean anything.
It's acting.
But what happens when the scene ends and the feelings don't? More
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Reviews of End Scene by Nicky James

Maryellen reviewed on Nov. 26, 2022

Really, really good. Like, surprisingly good! Very low angst (considering the subject matter) and super likeable characters. Will definitely be reading more from this author!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lynzi Venn reviewed on June 24, 2022

One of the best MM erotica books I have read. It was so hot it rates an 11/10 on the wetometer. Brilliant storyline and characters you just fall in love with.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
the kevin reviewed on March 24, 2022

I adored this book so much! Even more on my second reread.

The combination of dramatic Atticus with more stable Asher, and how they have such a great relationship in all its forms...it's so sweet. Honestly, one of the most adorable books I've ever read. It's also one of the hottest. Slowburn emotional, fastburn steam level.

It worked very well as the single POV. Having to guess at where Asher is in his head, but only through how Atticus sees him really heightened the emotional tension.

I love the world its set in too, with romance being a huge open industry.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Ellie Ellie reviewed on March 22, 2022

Wow, I really like this. This was fluffy and funny, not what you would normally expect from taboo stories. This is the kind of thing I read now, apparently.

Both MCs were great. Atticus is the kind of MC who does the whole nervous rambling that I usually hate, except he was actually funny, so I loved it. Despite not getting his POV, Asher still felt like a complete character. I still felt a lot for him and his struggles with coming to terms with everything!

This was really steamy and hot, but still got a slow burn going for the emotional part, so it held my attention pretty well and I couldn't put it down. I only wished Jay and Dean wouldn't have been so creepy. I still would seriously recommend this even if you haven't read the trope before.
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)
CuteGroot56 reviewed on Feb. 27, 2022

The book was okay, but the fact that Asher didn't give a fuck about Atticus situation felt wrong to me. He still lived with his parents and had Daddy's creditcard and couldn't give Atticus anything? Not even money for food? Weird. Had the feeling that Atticus didn't wanted to ask him for money, but tried to do it through whining that he is broke - but unfortunately it didn't worked. It made me so mad that i wished i hadn't buyed this book.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Deborah Howe reviewed on Nov. 3, 2021

This book is all kinds of wrong but it’s so well done, and so fucking adorable!

Atticus reminds me of a crazy adhd squirrel, he’s all over the place with no direction.

Honestly, Ashers lack of empathy prior to Atticus discussing the job is surprising.

There needs to be two POV’s, not just because I want to know what they’re both thinking, I do. The twins personalities are so vastly different it would’ve been nice to read both sides. I think it would’ve evened out the storyline. It’s like watching a Martin and Lewis movie with just Lewis. Ok, I know this reference is beyond most people because this is going back to the 60’s (and no I wasn’t around but I like old shit) but I feel like Jerry Lewis is a great comparison to Atticus. And yeah maybe I went off on a tangent but it is what it is.

I think this whole book is based on one sentiment; famous last words. And let the naughty hijinks commence!

Despite what I said earlier about Ash’s empathy, he’s proving how willing he is to do anything to help his brother. It’s really sweet.

Just like the squirrels I compared him to, Atticus is fucking adorable.

Seriously, Roxy from Den of Vipers needs to get together with Atticus so they can both have conversations with their junk. And now I will never get that image out of my head.

“So yeah, this was sex with my brother. It was weird and ten flavors of fucked up, but holy shit, it was hot.”-Yup, that about covers it.

I really couldn’t have predicted the dynamic of them as a couple. It’s opposite of what I imagined and I love it. And I really didn’t expect to feel such a deep connection to both of them. They’re just so lovely and sweet. If they weren’t related this would be one of the most glorified love stories.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
2ordinary21 reviewed on Sep. 18, 2021

I had no idea what to take from the plot, but I did NOT disappoint!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Janet Gibbons reviewed on Sep. 16, 2021

Come on! Who wouldn't love this book? This is a classic right up there with The Great Gatsby. My favorite scene? When Ash's mind is so blown his brother is afraid to let him drive because they would end up in a ditch in Vancouver.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
M L Marian reviewed on Aug. 29, 2021

This book was recommended so many times in a FB group for taboo books, and after downloading the sample, I was hooked. Such a wonderful, steamy, taboo book! And the bonus content for the prostate scene was amazing!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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