Hayden is working on his PhD in automotive engineering. He’s also working fulltime at a coffeeshop and
between those two commitments Hayden doesn’t have time to look for a boyfriend. Or so he thinks.
Then one day a handsome business man walks into his coffee shop and there is an attraction between
the two of them. It takes Hayden’s coworkers to push him into even talking to the man, let alone going
on a date.
Neal is an architect and also an heir to his family’s tea conglomerate world wide. He splits his time
between his architectural projects and going to his family’s company events, mostly in Dubai.
It’s fun to see Hayden and Neal, neither of whom claim to have time for another person in their lives,
find the time when a person they really want shows up. Hayden has to get through a couple of personal
crises, financially and healthwise along the way. He also has to try to make nice with Neal’s horrible
parents. You’ll have to see if he makes any headway there or not, and if it really makes any difference.
This is a sweet story with just a bit of angst, but mostly just two men finding their way together. I loved
the author’s use of diverse religious beliefs and ethnicities, something that is often lacking in romance