I liked the premise of the story - of Nathan meeting Bryant because his (Nathan's) apartment was broken into - and I liked that the two characters are so diverse in background (Nathan is an artist, Bryant a former Navy lieutenant).
While I did like those two aspects of the story, I found Bryant to be, for me, too earnest for his confidence and Nathan almost too ready to ready to take a chance in spite of his misgivings.
Nice, quick read overall, but did not really stand out for me.
Nathan Ellerby's apartment has been ransacked by his ex who didn't like the fact Nathan dumped him. Trouncing through the debris uttering a string of obscenities, Nathan's shocked to see Lieutenant Bryant Duncan at his door claiming he's already caught the offender. Sensing an instant connection, when Nathan finds out Bryant's divorced and he's straddling the fence between being gay or bisexual, Nathan finds himself in a quandary.
Although the Lieutenant does everything in his power to prove to Nathan he's worthy, Nathan is afraid to lower his defenses which leaves both men wondering if Nathan will allow love into his life even through his doubts.