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  • Love Gus & Billy!

    Billy Daley left his hometown five years ago, never looking back. Even though he’s only got a job where he just barely scrapes by, he loves his independence from older brother, Luke who still sees him as the screwup kid he was and always sits in judgment. However, when he loses that dead end job and finds himself homeless with his stray cat Grey, Billy reluctantly returns to Rushmere only to be facing an even bigger challenge. Gus Amour, the brother of Luke’s live in girlfriend Mia, has agreed to let him stay at his house. Five years ago, he shared a passionate kiss with the man and both just walked away from the encounter. The thing is, neither realizes that they both have the same feelings about each other, thinking each has forgotten that moment. While Billy was introduced in the first book, his presence was limited. I really enjoyed getting his point of view here in comparison to those impressions created by his brother, Mia and Gus. I loved Gus from Forgiven and just came to adore him even more. Where Billy is all sharp edges and honesty, Gus is that guy who just knows the right things to say and do to diffuse tense situations and bring people together in an authentic way. He is genuinely caring and thoughtful, which brought out the best in Billy. There were a lot of relationships needing repair, especially that between Billy and Luke and it was wonderful being a part of their journey to find that space. But even better was the deepening relationship between Billy and Gus, which was hampered by their reluctance to be vulnerable with each other for fear of driving the other away. There’s a very good reason for that but it’s best to discover that from the story. I really liked the first book in this series but loved Gus & Billy’s story. The narrator seemed to get the bones of both characters, bringing them to life so vividly. They are both so genuine and the story stayed true to their natures from start to finish, even when things got difficult. I’m glad I chose the audio version because it gave me the best reading experience. There are also many steamy moments so be prepared. It’s a great story about two people I really cared about.

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