Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Jasper Scott is a single workaholic. He split with his girlfriend two years ago and hasn’t felt drawn to anyone else since… except the sexy Navy SEAL he met at his brother’s house two years ago. But that man lives halfway across the country and after so long, Jasper’s convinced his mind has embellished Greg’s sexy gray eyes, rippling muscles, and gorgeous salt and pepper hair.
After his husband died, Greg Joseph devoted his life to raising their two kids and his work as a Navy SEAL. Now, his kids are grown and in college, he’s retired, and he’s facing a house that’s too big and too empty for one person. After dropping his son off at college, Greg accepts an invitation for drinks with a friend and runs into the man he hasn’t been able to get out of his head—Jasper Scott.
Harrison West’s life is falling apart at the seams. After walking in on his partner of ten years in bed with another man, he flees Tennessee and heads home to Oklahoma to figure out what to do next. When he’s dragged out of his house for a night at a bar, the last thing he expects to find is his long-time crush, Jasper Scott, kissing another man. He’s also not prepared for how being around Jasper again awakens feelings Harrison thought he had put behind him a decade ago.
For Jasper, deciding to take a chance on a relationship with Greg was confusing enough, but what happens when Jasper and Greg both realize they have feelings for Harrison? Is Jasper ready to accept both men into his life and his bed? Are Jasper and Greg the two men who could mend Harrison’s broken heart?
I love this series so much! Jasper is so adorable and I know he was scandalized by his brothers in the last book but I can understand not wanting to know that kind of information too. I love how he finally gets the guts to explore his attraction to men and love that he gains so much more. I loved Greg’s patience and acceptance of Jasper and wanting to help him accept himself. I love the friendship they grew and then how they smoothly brought Harrison into their lives too. Harrison and Jasper had been friends, though distant ones for years and Harrison had become the one person that Jasper felt he could lean on. So so good, I can’t get oo much into the story to give it away but it was wonderful.
Now Jasper’s brothers, I loved them in previous books but throughout this one I just felt frustrated with them. All they wanted to do was shock Jasper or ignore his presence and I couldn’t help but feel how hurt Jasper was and how much Greg and Harrison felt for him. I can’t wait for Already Home to see the conclusion of their story.
The cover art by Soxational Cover Art is great following the style of the series but just different enough for the story.
Sales Link: Amazon
ebook, 250 pages
Publication: June 27, 2019
Edition Language: English
Series: Finding Home #3