When Casey's long term boyfriend suddenly locks him out of the house, he thinks his world has ended. Who would have known after everything they'd been through together, Father McDermott, a Catholic priest he has secretly been dating, would do something like that to him?
Then he meets Hunter, a slightly older, slow-talking, smart but simple country boy who takes him in and teaches Casey to believe in himself, what true love is, and how to please a real man in bed (or on his knees).
If you are a fan of Always by Kindle Alexander, The Backup Boyfriend by River Jaymes, Broken Pieces, Stay, or Collide by Riley Hart, or any of the Dreamspinner Press books, you'll enjoy this short novel.
©2016 Jeff Rivera (P)2016 Jeff Rivera
My first by this author and this narrator.
I enjoyed this story very much. Two men coming to terms with each other, there true feelings. Getting past, well there past, and how that shaped them.
The slow build, the friendship to courtship. To love.
I enjoyed these two, how the matched and melded very well.
This narrator did well, wasn't fond of the Hunter voice, the 'slow southern' seemed a little extreme. But over all did a nice job.
I did enjoy listening to this story it's the accents I think that enrich the experience. I haven't read it just listened.
I liked the difference between the characters voices in the story although I found the information before and after the story to be irritating to listen to.
An enjoyable story that I am happy to recommend.
I love the chemistry between those two each background story, was rich and diverse and the end was beautiful done. I love how the house was described.
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