Better than the first one "Don't ask Don't tell" but I'm not gonna read the three others in the series. In this one we find Rock and Rig settled into their relationship (mostly sex, although in this book you get also that they love each other, that's a plus), you also get a tiny plot, which was something particularly absent in the first book which was wall to wall sex. So that's a plus too. Not enough to get me to read more of this series but it was okay. So average gay romance novel.