Nothing Ever Happens
Honorable Mention for Gay Contemporary Romance in the 2011 Rainbow Awards.Andrew’s life is a cliché: he’s a gay man trapped in a loveless marriage, thanks to his religious, overbearing mother. Then a new couple moves in down the street, and Andrew finds himself falling for Nathan in a big way.... show more
Honorable Mention for Gay Contemporary Romance in the 2011 Rainbow Awards.Andrew’s life is a cliché: he’s a gay man trapped in a loveless marriage, thanks to his religious, overbearing mother. Then a new couple moves in down the street, and Andrew finds himself falling for Nathan in a big way. Nathan is straight, married, and just about to be a father, but after one fateful night out together at a club, Nathan has to face the fact that his feelings for Andrew go way beyond that of a friend and neighbor.When Andrew’s wife asks for a divorce, both men’s lives are thrown into disarray. Arguments about their responsibilities to their wives and children, doubting themselves and each other, and some harrowing lies pull them apart… but they never leave each other’s thoughts.
Publish date: March 6th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
Re-read March 2014 for the Re-Romancing the Faves Challenge. I still love this angsty story, but I thought the beginning was a little weird. I didn't really notice this the first time I read it, but I have noticed this in my multiple re-reads: why was Stephanie made out to be a bitch at the beginn...
The story of Nathan and Andrew had me frustrated and heated. Then in tears. I loved it. It wasn't an immediate HEA. Instead, it was a love story that took years of passion and tragedy to build before they found their way.
A very well-written book by Sue Brown. Everything about this was well-done, realistic, and deeper than your typical m/m romance. I enjoyed the set-up with a gay man, Andrew, living in a marriage for the sake of his child and his mother. His wife knows he's gay and they live in different parts of ...
Yvonne wrote a review that says everything that needs to be said much better than I could. I have only two things to add - 1. I usually hate lots of melodrama, and in this book you get plenty, but I still felt compelled to read it. Kinda like that one soap opera I just had to watch till the end desp...
3.5 stars.In theory this book hit so many of my buttons, but the ending left me frustrated. This is a long read that covers 7 years in the lives of Andrew, Nathan and their families. Andrew has a wife and son and an arrangement. He is gay and his wife knows and accepts that. They live their life...