Better Than Chance
A Better Than Story Jay Reynolds has a crush on his project leader at work, but an office romance with Peter Morgan isn't likely to happen since Peter is straight. Worse, Jay soon fears Peter is homophobic, and his initial infatuation turns to loathing. But one fateful night, Jay is forced to... show more
A Better Than Story Jay Reynolds has a crush on his project leader at work, but an office romance with Peter Morgan isn't likely to happen since Peter is straight. Worse, Jay soon fears Peter is homophobic, and his initial infatuation turns to loathing. But one fateful night, Jay is forced to acknowledge things aren't quite as they seem with Peter. Suddenly, his crush is back and unbelievably, Peter is interested too. They begin a friends with benefits arrangement, which becomes difficult for Jay when he starts falling for his sexy boss. Peter’s past issues keep him from committing, and Jay has to decide if he can be satisfied with friendship if Peter isn’t ready to take a chance on anything more.
Publish date: January 22nd 2014
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Better Than (#2)
The words. All the words. Loved Jay. Loved Peter. Not really sure what their problems were but I wanted to see them happy so I read on. My biggest problem with this series is all the unnecessary words. Lemme 'splain. I remember a lesson while in English class way back when. We were told not to repea...
I suffered with Jay. I think that's what makes a good book. When the author can get you to feel what the characters are feeling. And I did. My heart ached, my stomach cramped. I hurt for and with Jay. I read book one and it was interesting that this book actually happened before the events of book 1...
This was really good but I wonder if it might have been even better if I had read it before book 1. Review later.
Loved Peter - he was successful, smart, sexy. And despite his commitment issues, he obviously comes around! This was better than the first book!
Ordinary romance, but with extraordinary characters, who saved it from being forgettable. Adored both Jay and Peter who were well developed and who had me rooting for them all the way through the joy, the angst and the heartbreak. Thankfully, I knew from the prologue that there would be a HEA. This ...