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  • The Past and the Present

    Billy Walsh retired from an acting career at an early age, to take care of his ailing mother. Billy works as a social worker now. Although his client list is already beyond huge, he is assigned a new client, Chuck Stuart, who will become important to him. When a doctor’s update on his mother’s progress is not good, Billy has a hard time dealing with it and Daniel notices. Daniel Richards is a musical director who is trying to merge music with therapy for the special needs kids, and hopes to expand the therapy further. Daniel tells Billy he has tickets for a show that’s transferred to the Soho Theatre in Dean Street, and a friend of his is directing it. But he has no one to go with. Billy accepts the veiled invitation and they begin to explore a relationship. Dealing with his own day to day problems, Billy still enjoys working with his client, Chuck Stuart, an American war veteran who has kept a special secret for over fifty years. Perhaps Billy can help in some way. What I liked best about Billy and Daniel is that they communicate. They still have their issues, but they work it out together and know where each other stands. The juxtaposition of their new relationship with Chuck and Guy’s relationship gives the reader much to think about. Grab your copy and read how the author explores these stories to draw some interesting truths about life and love.

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  • All the feels

    #mm #fate 4.5 stars (what can I say I got to leave a tiny wiggle room in comparison to some of my all time favs). It"s sweet, joyful, a little sad and heart breaking, heartwarmingly beautiful, moving and little sexy and interesting. It is very well written with great plot and character development. Billy quite literally runs into Daniel at the hospital while he is there visiting his dying mother (hello meet cute and fate). Billy is an actor who quit to care for his mom and is now a social worker. Daniel is a music director and works with kids and loves it. They bond over their mutual love of the arts and decide to go out. They are truly a perfect match. Even though they do the "we're not boyfriends we're friends" routine when friends put them on the spot during the first half cause it's new and they haven't talked about it yet, you can clearly see sparks from the start. There's none of that cheesy insta love stuff though that I'm not a fan of. This is just genuine feelings progressing at a realistic timeline and I loved every minute of it. What I loved most about this book was how it was so multi dimensional. Even the side characters had their great stories to tell and captivivating personalities. Especially Billy's elderly client named Chuck who was just fantastic. I've never read this author before but I will be seeing what else they have written for sure. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Romance

    Billy and Daniel meet when they bump into each other at the hospital. Billy was visiting his mother. They start seeing each other but Daniel is keeping secrets. I really enjoyed this book.

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