What happens when two men who have been together for seventeen years fall out of love? Sivan Cruz, a set director in San Francisco, and Walter Wainwright, a big shot Bay Area lawyer, find out the hard way. Walter loves Sivan with all his heart but rarely talks about it, and Sivan needs to hear... show more
What happens when two men who have been together for seventeen years fall out of love? Sivan Cruz, a set director in San Francisco, and Walter Wainwright, a big shot Bay Area lawyer, find out the hard way. Walter loves Sivan with all his heart but rarely talks about it, and Sivan needs to hear the words. The language of the love they have shared for so long, that has enabled them to build a life together and raise two children, stops working. They become—still.When Sivan asks for a divorce, Walter doesn’t know how to say no. They separate, but while Sivan sees the relationship as over, Walter sees only a temporary setback. He has never lost his passion for Sivan and decides he has to say something before he ends up loving his husband in silence for the rest of his life.
Publish date: May 15th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 190
Edition language: English
I really enjoyed this book. I liked the idea: a longtime couple sort of falling away from each other and trying to find their way back because they really do love each other, they just got swept up in life and forgot to show each other. It happens to a lot of couples. But of course, so many don't ge...
Disappointing. I expect mushy happy sappiness, and it was barely here. The story was super underdeveloped. I like a good second chances book, especially with characters who have had so many years and a family together. This was meh at best.
I got about one-third into this, drifted away, and then came back and finished it during a fit of boredom. There was one particular thing that really bothered me about this story: When Sivan and Walter were talking about who they'd slept with during the relationship hiatus, it was very important to...
I totally enjoyed this book, was it formulaic...yes, predictable...mostly, like eating some of your favorite comfort food...absolutely. I actually would have give this 3.5 stars but bumped it up to 4 because it left me smiling and smiles are worth at least a half a star. Mary Calmes books always lea...
3.5 starsMary Calmes still remains as one of my favorite M/M authors. I will gobble up anything she writes!Read this review in its entirety at Fresh Fiction