Donovan works with his best friend and business partner Ty. Donovan is heterosexual man and Ty is a gay man. Ty is attracted to Donavan and Donavan is curious. Ty pushes boundaries by using hands on demonstrations to answer Donavan’s questions. Donavan is upset by the idea of Ty finding a boyfriend.
The chemistry between Donavan and Ty is blistering. I find it amazing that it took this long before it became an issue. I would have thought that this would have come up long before now. It seems that Donavan never even though about being attracted to guys or even just his best friend. I liked that Ty was able to see beyond the surface and able to push Donavan.
I found this book well written with interesting and engaging characters. At 55 pages, this was a quick hot book. I loved that this story pushed the boundaries of what we can be attracted to without needing to label it. Does it matter if Donovan is bisexual or just attracted to Ty? Overall, this was a great book.
Donovan, who emphatically claims to be hetero, has just found out his best friend and business partner Ty is gay. Ty’s willing to answer any and all of Donovan’s curious questions. When Ty opts for hands-on answers and demonstrations, Donovan is pretty sure he’ll be getting more than he bargained for. But the idea of Ty with another man may prove that Donovan’s heart just got jacked.
A Romantica® male/male erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave