Never too Late is connected to A Master's Love and A Gift Worth Sharing (about the gay lovers Nate and Kyle). In A Master's Love Nate and Kyle meet when Kyle decides to try something different: Angel’s Heart. A House of Dominants. Kyle has no idea what to expect, but he definitely gets more than he bargained for when he puts himself at Nate’s mercy…literally. They fall in love after having some hot bondage sessions and when they realise this, Kyle ends the contract with Angel's Heart so they can see each other without the dom/sub roles.
Their story continues in A Gift Worth Sharing. They are in a loving relationship for two years now. The holidays have arrived and Kyle can't wait to get away with his lover. What he doesn't know is that Nate has a special surprise waiting at their destination. Nate asked an old friend, Dakota, an expensive escort, to join them. As old memories of a failed attempt of a threesome surface, Kyle's determined to face them. The experience strengthens their relationship.
In Never too Late Dakota returns. He remembers his weekend with Kyle and Nate six months ago and is jalous of the love the two men share. Now he retires from the escort business after years of pleasuring others' needs. That is, after one last request from his boss. He only has to fulfill thirty-six hours of submission and he's free to find happiness, though he believes love is a four-letter word. And one that isn't for him. Brice Delco expected a weekend away with his best friend, Winter. Instead he was led to a hidden playhouse containing a male escort, bound and ready to please. Then he finds out that Winter hired him so that Brice could have a great first experience with a guy, since he's been drooling over them for years. Brice enjoys more than one memorable first with Dakota, who in turn realizes that it's never too late for love. Even for a man with a past like his. It's a tender and hot story in one. The two men are both very likable and Raynes writes well about their initial attraction and later feelings of love. I rate this story with 5 stars, just like the other two.