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.
©2011 Sue Brown (P)2012 Sue Brown
What i liked the best is that i got to the end of the book. What i liked the least, where do I start. It was really slow for me. The narration was louder on some chapters. That may have been a production issue and not a narrator problem.
Blah, Blah, Blah. Sometimes i could not tell if he was doing Nate or Mathew.
No it was not. I could not wait for this book to be over. The only reason i finished it is because i wasted a credit on it...
Skip this one my friends.
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