Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Reading his future in a glass of sweet tea.
The youngest son of one of America’s richest families, Remy Merced is so busy trying to save his family company from collapse, he’s never taken time to figure out if he’s gay, much less if he’s happy. Then his meddling mama hires him an assistant who’s everything Remy thinks he doesn’t want. Cute Harper Treadwell, from rural Arkansas, is a brilliant business prodigy… and openly gay. His wit and charm could confirm Remy’s suspicions about his own sexuality almost instantly—if they weren’t both already partnered.
When Remy’s girlfriend and Harper’s boyfriend get a little too friendly, Remy finds that the path to happiness requires a long drive in an old Prius, a growing appreciation for small towns, and a whole lot of sweet tea. But before they can forge a future—they have to let go of the past.
I love how sweet these stories are and how they aren’t all so closely connected. Remy keeps himself so busy that he hasn’t actually been able to spend the time to contemplate his life and if he is even happy with how it’s going, let along if he really wants women or not. Harper was taken in by a smooth talking man and while it pushed him away from his hometown it did bring him into Remy’s life for the better.
I liked both of these characters, both of them were so innocent in different ways. Harper was just so trusting and when that trust is broken I hated that he felt he had to run away. Remy wants his family’s company to succeed and it was hard to see him re-evaluate his life when he meets Harper. I liked that when the time came Remy was able to step up and then their brilliant minds were able to come up with the solution to both of their problems.
The cover art by Reese Dante is great and I love the visual of Harper and the sweet tea that was a bit of a catalyst for Remy.
ebook, 161 pages
Published: September 13, 2019 by Dreamspinner Press
Edition Language: English
Series: A Love You So Story