Book 6 of the More than Friends gay romance series
Vinnie is happy as a bartender at Ray's and not looking for anything serious to complicate things. He has great friends and a simple life. When Chance comes into his bar, he brings more than just memories of the summer they spent together in high school.
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A story about second chances.
Probably. It was a fast, fun read.
Any of the other books in this series, they all run on the same thread.
When Vinnie goes to the pharmacy for Chance, and what happens at Chance's house afterward.
No, not really. I just quite liked it.
You never forget your first love. That saying rings true for Vinnie and Chance, though neither of them have ever voiced the words out loud. They shared a lot of firsts one summer in high school and while Vinnie thought it might lead to more, Chance grabbed the first girl he could find and married her in an attempt to hide how he truly felt.
Years later Chance is a single dad after his wife was killed in a car accident and living back in the town he left behind. When he runs into Vinnie at a local bar, Chance thinks he is getting a second chance at happiness. But miscommunication and misunderstandings hinder the possibility of either man getting their long awaited happy ever after.
I really love this series of short stories by Aria Grace. Each book is a stand-alone story, and yet all the books are tied to each other in one way or another. This book explores the reality of being given that second chance at the one you thought got away, but in this instance, both men have always considered the other the one that got away. Several years have passed and both Chance and Vinnie are at different places in their lives, but the fire still burns. They will have to learn how to communicate with each other, and not jump to conclusions though if they stand a chance at life together.
The story is short, steamy, angsty and driven. And I have to say, Chance’s little boy damn near stole the show. He is just too cute! My only issue with the story was the angst was too much at times, and I really would like to have seen this particular story be a bit longer. The content and the characters begged for more. Overall though, I thoroughly enjoyed this read. A must read for my fellow hopeless romantics.
- Tams (TTC Books and more) "Avid reader, reviewer, blogger and budding author."
Vinnie Takes a Chance
- Michael Adam Reale