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    Low angst

    4 stars Synopsis: Case is trying to leave his old life behind, so he heads out to his aunt's place. Along the way, though, his car craters, his phone has no battery, and Case is left walking down what seems like a deserted road in the middle of a heavy rain storm. Rawley is the sheriff, and when he finds the abandoned car, he looks for the driver. When he finds him, Rawley is attracted to him, but isn't out in the small community. Rawley hasn't lived in town that long, and while he knows that he would be accepted, he doesn't really have any reason to come out. Both Case and Rawley, for various reasons, are hurting from their pasts. Case feels as though he has been used by his boyfriends and his lifestyle, and Rawley lost his partner a couple of years earlier. At first, Rawley doesn't take Case seriously, because he is quite a bit younger, and had a lifestyle different from anything Rawley had ever thought of. Plus, Rawley doesn't know if he can really feel anything after losing his partner in the way that he did. What I liked: that Rawley was intent on making changes once he got to know Case a little, but it wasn't for Case, it was because Rawley wanted to be more himself. Even though he knew that he had made mistakes and had let himself be used, once Case was done with all his boyfriends, he never went for the self-doubt. Case and Rawley were honest about themselves with the other person, so they each knew what they were getting in to. I also liked that Case could recognize quality in people, and that he appreciated it, whether it was for friendship or love. What I didn't like: there was a lot happening in what felt like a very short amount of pages. I would have liked to have seen more exploration between Rawley and Case, and seen more of the relationship. Overall impression: I enjoyed the story telling, and really enjoyed Rawley and Case. I would have liked to have seen more of the surrounding characters, but the story was well-written. There is a little angst, but it is not caused by crazy misunderstandings. This is a feel good book that reads really quickly. *I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.*

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