The Breathless Trilogy: Fever

Quickly following Gabe and Mia in Maya Banks’ Rush readers dive into the story of Jace.


“Jace, Ash, and Gabe: three of the wealthiest, most powerful men in the country. They’re accustomed to getting anything they want. Anything at all. For Jace, it’s a woman whose allure takes him completely by surprise…

Jace Crestwell, Ash McIntyre, and Gabe Hamilton have been best friends and successful business partners for years. They’re powerful, they’re imposing, they’re irresistibly sexy, and Jace and Ash share everything—including their women.

When they meet Bethany, Jace begins to feel things he’s never experienced before: jealousy, and a powerful obsession that threatens him, overwhelms him—and excites him beyond control.

Jace isn’t sharing Bethany—with anyone. He’s determined to be the only man in her life, and it’s jeopardizing a lifelong friendship with Ash. Bethany will be his and his alone. Even if it means turning his back on his best friend” (book bio from banks’ site).

Though the series follows three dominant men each book is different from the next.  Rush was focused more on a forbidden  fruit where both characters chased one another.  Fever is a chase that is one sided and a more “i’m-gonna-take-care-of you-because-you-need-me-but-we-love-each-other” (haha!) kind of relationship.

Bethany in comparison to Mia is also completely different.  Bethany, more fragile, develops throughout the text and reaches that pristine strong woman which occupies the majority of Modern Romance novels.

Another aspect that I enjoyed about Fever is the amount of care that Jace feels for Bethany and ignores her past because it does not define her, all he sees is her.  And that is what any girl, or person rather, asks for in their significant other.  LET’S FACE IT, BETHANY IS ONE LUCKY LADY! But you will learn this once you read it.

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