Maybe This Time
As a regular at gay hotspot Pot O Gold, Ezra Kelley avoids his tangled emotions with the simplicity of one-night stands and attachment-free hookups. Until the night bartender Donner Davis picks him up off the floor after a misunderstanding and too much tequila. Ezra can't remember the last time... show more
As a regular at gay hotspot Pot O Gold, Ezra Kelley avoids his tangled emotions with the simplicity of one-night stands and attachment-free hookups. Until the night bartender Donner Davis picks him up off the floor after a misunderstanding and too much tequila. Ezra can't remember the last time someone was…nice. It's more than he deserves.Witnessing his lover's death two years ago has Donner trapped in a holding pattern�living in his sister's basement, working at the Pot and flirting with the customers. He's not above spending a night with the gorgeous Ezra, but love is not in the cards. That's more than he's ready for.A passionate night leads to a connection neither man expects, and they take the first steps to something that looks like a real relationship. But Ezra's been running from himself so long he doesn't know how to live any other way. And Donner can't risk his heart just to lose everything again. They'll both need the strength to let go of the past if they want to get it right this time.61,000 words
Publish date: July 21st 2014
Pages no: 230
Edition language: English
Maybe This Time is #2 in the Belongings series by AM Arthur. We see our MCs from the first book and Ezra dancing again at the POT. Things progress and Donner really lets Ezra slip into his life. I like this series and I like the way Arthur spins this tale. There is angst but then books without angst...
3.5 starsAnother sweet installment to this series. Was great to see the return of Ale and Jaime. I really enjoy those two, and I like Donner and Ezra an awful lot. This too felt like the hopeful beginning of a relationship. They've each overcome some horrible life experiences, and my heart broke a b...
I've been waiting for this book since reading No Such Thing, because Ezra. Ezra, the sort of twink whose eyes always match his outfits, who's the Pot O'Gold go-to hook-up, who doesn't do relationships, who seems to be content to be single and sexing it up. Who has a side to him that doesn't get re...
Anyone who has read my reviews will hopefully remember that one of my issues, albeit a small one, with the first book in this series was that I didn't get the connection between the book title and the story. Needless to say I get this one. It was in my opinion a very appropriate title for this book....
When I started this book I didn’t realize it was the sequel to ‘No Such Thing’ and I was pleasantly surprised to find myself spending more time with Jaime and Allessandro, even if they only play a supporting role in this book. The two characters taking centre stage this time, Donner and Ezra, are as...
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