Jay Reynolds is assigned to work a major project with his sexy boss Peter Morgan. Their work relationship gets off to a rough start and Jay thinks Peter's behavior is the result of homophobia. Despite that he finds himself strangely still attracted to the man. One night a chance meeting between the two men shows Jay that everything he thought he knew about Peter is wrong.
What follows is a sweet love story of two men working to build a solid relationship. They have a few bumps and bruises along the way and they have a few problems to work through but there is no major angst in this book. Both of the main characters are really likable and you can see why they would be attracted to each other. There are also a host of interesting side characters in the story. The author does a nice job building their relationship and the sex scenes are well done and steamy.
If you are looking for a nicely written love story with little drama or angst this is a perfect pick for you.
A Better Than Story
Jay Reynolds has a crush on his project leader at work, but an office romance with Peter Morgan isn't likely to happen since Peter is straight. Worse, Jay soon fears Peter is homophobic, and his initial infatuation turns to loathing. But one fateful night, Jay is forced to acknowledge things aren't quite as they seem with Peter. Suddenly, his crush is back and unbelievably, Peter is interested too.
They begin a friends with benefits arrangement, which becomes difficult for Jay when he starts falling for his sexy boss. Peter’s past issues keep him from committing, and Jay has to decide if he can be satisfied with friendship if Peter isn’t ready to take a chance on anything more.