Some parts of this book worked for me and other parts not so much.
The things that didn't work for me. It was yet another book where the MC refused to identify as bisexual, first he went for no label, then gay, then when his ex girlfriend asked him if he was bi after he reassured her their relationship was genuine he shrugged that off and said he was primarily attracted to men, being bi isn't a 50/50 deal. Then the instalove that apparently meant that true love and a declaration they were 'clean' (I hate that term) would keep them safe from STDs so no condoms were necessary. I would rather the condoms or lack of just weren't mentioned.
Also knowing the awful people that his parents were it didn't make sense why Henry just left Ty with his parents when they started to lie about Henry to Ty. He had full custody so he could have taken Ty with him when he left.
I did like that Zach's ex-girlfriend was a lovely person, too many m/m books have ex girlfriends. I loved that Henry was an older man, it's great to see mature MC's and due to Zach taking on a parental role when he was 18 he was on a level with Henry, in fact sometimes he seemed the more mature one.
I loved Martin, he was awesome. Every time his snarky ways and artisanal pastries appeared it cracked me up. I also grew quite attached to Eagle the ever shrinking cat.
The chapter titles were hilarious too.
Unfortunately the parts of the book that didn't work for me kept pulling me out of the story so overall it wasn't a winner for me.
- Paperback: 330 pages
- Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub (9 October 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1978124678
- ISBN-13: 978-1978124677
- Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.9 x 20.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 449 g
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review