How can you lose one dream and still find another?
Owen King is a lonely history teacher who wants to be braver. So when Owen learns about the deceased brother he never met, he breaks free of his safety net and risks answers. Despite his loving, adopted family, Owen wonders if there are missing pieces inside of him. Visiting the seaside town of Ocean Vista, where his brother lived and died, will be no vacation.
Andrew Teagan wants to be a winner. After being dumped by his last boyfriend, Andrew is through letting others dictate his life. To prove that dreams are possible, he's going after his ambitions full force. Having signed on for a cooking reality show, Andrew's ready to make his small café into a sizzling success.
When Andrew aids Owen on the beach, what starts off as an act of kindness turns into a hot temptation. But can a sweet budding romance survive when the time comes for Owen to leave town? Both men must learn to trust each other if their love will conquer the miles between them.
©2015 Skylar M. Cates (P)2016 Dreamspinner Press
Yes, the narration was good and I think the story was great.
I love the school hearing, and the old teacher who made a show of standing up for the rights of the faculty.
I enjoyed this story about Andrew and Owen. The first book in the series made me cry with the loss of Owen's brother. It was a tragic loss. In this book, I felt mostly sad that the brothers had never met (Owen's mother gave him up for adoption) but the main part of this book was joy at finding love. It wasn't perfect timing for Andrew and Owen, with Owen only visiting to meet his brother's friends with plans to return to home and the teaching job he loves. There were surprises in this book for me, but the two men show incredible strength of character as they fight for their own happiness and happiness with each other.
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