Rating: 4 stars out of 5
What happens when “nothing serious” turns into something more complicated?
Mark O’Brien is finally being honest with himself. His relationship with Rachel is over, and he’s moving out of the home they’ve shared for six years. They get along, but he can’t fix a relationship when the person he’s with is the wrong gender.
Jamie Robertson, one of the removal men, is huge and ridiculously gorgeous, and Mark is smitten at first sight. When a cardboard box splits, revealing items of a personal nature that Mark never wanted anybody to see, he’s mortified. But it sparks the start of a beautiful friendship with benefits.
As Jamie initiates Mark into the joys of gay sex, the two men get increasingly close and “nothingserious” turns into something rather important to both of them. But communication isn’t their strong point. Will either man ever find the courage to be honest about his feelings?
This is a story I read years ago and enjoyed it and I always love listening to the audiobooks of those stories. Mark and Jamie are adorable together form the very beginning. I loved the instant connection they had which is what caused their non-relationship actual develop into a real relationship. Though as always I hate when it takes till the very end of the story for the characters to see the truth.
I always love Michael Pauley’s narration and this story was no different. The voices for the most part the different voices he used help keep track of the story. I felt connected to these characters and loved the sex scenes.
Cover art by Anna Sikorska is nice and I like the visual of Jamie.
Audiobook, 4hrs 3mins
Published: April 4, 2019 by Dreamspinner Press
Edition Language: English