Scott plays hockey and he loves it. He hopes to do it for a long time. He is also starting to see how lonely his life is. It is time he does something about it. Not lying about who he is might be a place to start.
Kip is a barista who is thrilled to meet someone as hunky as Scott. Never thought he would see him again, the flirting seemed innocent. When he starts coming to his shop often, he starts to think there may be more to these visits.
This was a sweet and sassy book about two people meant for one another. The banter is right on, the pace was nice and steady, and the heat was off the charts! I loved this book and had a hard time putting it down. I give this story a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review by its publisher, and Netgalley.
Five sex-free dates—how hard can it be?
When they were at uni, Owen always had a bit of a crush on Nathan. But Nathan was apparently straight, and Owen was too busy with other guys to take his crush seriously.
When Nathan moves back to Bristol after a year away, Owen hears that Nathan has come out of the closet, and he propositions him. Nathan doesn’t want to be just another notch on Owen’s bedpost, though, so he challenges Owen to prove he can be serious: five dates before they have sex.
Owen doesn’t think that sounds too difficult. He’s expecting Nathan to find his charms irresistible anyway. But as they grow closer, Owen begins to care more about proving himself to Nathan than he does about getting him into bed.
This is a charming read when Owen and Nathan date after crushing on each other in college. It could be richer in that we don't really meet families or see their work life but the dating is great.
I love the time they spend together and watching them fall in love.
Jack and Simon, (Owen's coupled roommates) need their own book if that don't have one.