Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book.
Brandon, quite literally, bumped into Tyler at a school reunion. Why Brandon was there, he had no idea. He hated high school and had worked hard to put it all behind him. When one of his tormentors from school came up to Brandon and apologised, it threw him for a loop. When Tyler and Javier turn out to have history, things get complicated.
I quite liked this and it kept me interested all the way to the end.
Tyler and Javier's history is not as bad as its made out to be and I did like that Brandon and Tyler get over that. I liked that Brandon is so slow at moving things along. Actually liked that it caused some problems. Its the only real drama in the book.
Its well written from both men's point of view, and I didn't spot a single spelling error. Its set over several years, and leads nicely into what I'm expecting will be book two. I'd like to read it.
I've not read anything else by this author, and I would like to read more.
This isn't a negative three stars, at all. It was just a good book, not a brilliant one.
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