Matt Sullivan knows he met someone special the night he spots the sexy man on the dance floor. However, he doesn’t know his life is about to change forever. First of all, Matt is straight. Okay, maybe not, but he doesn’t think falling in love and spending the rest of his life with a hotheaded, unapologetically fabulous diva is an option.
Aaron Mendez is confident, smart, and very comfortable in his skin. He knows what he wants and isn’t afraid to go for it. And though he might have reservations about falling for someone newly out of the closet, no one has ever looked at Aaron the way Matt does.
Navigating a relationship has its challenges, but both Matt and Aaron are willing to deal with difficult parents, holiday blues, and learning curves. They know their happy ever after is worth fighting for and that true love is better than good.
Matt and Noah! Lane Hayes isn't shy about showing how important these two characters are for her. She's always revisiting them and gifting us with scenes from their lives. This books is a combination of all those scenes.
It's like a collection of short stories about a favorite couple and we get to see them growing together and moving through the different phases of their relationship: from the uncertain early stages to the sure knowledge that they're going to grow old together.
I can see why she likes to write about them so much, even though they also have a more personal meaning for her. Noah is a delight to read about and Matt is the calm that he needs. They work well together and their relationship is a strong one. They have their challenges but they always get past them in their own unique way.
I look forward to reading more about this couple and I hope that the author will keep visiting them as they navigate life.
NOT a standalone.
An ARC of this book was kindly provided to me in exchange for an honest review.
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