Paul's been called many things - graduate student, humanities tutor, jock-hater, even broke - but "forgiving" isn't one of them. When the new women's softball coach at Calapooya College specifically requests Paul to tutor his athletes, Paul's forced to put aside his strict "no athletes" policy for the sake of his paycheck.
Enter Trevor Gardiner, former Major League Baseball player and Paul's high school boyfriend. Yeah, that one - the guy who sacrificed Paul for the safety of his closet and his future career. But Trevor's come out and retired from baseball, and now he's looking for forgiveness and a second chance.
There's no earthly reason Paul should give him one, but he keeps letting the man state his case. And touch him. And take him sailing. The waters are far from smooth, though, and Paul says awful things to Trevor he isn't sure he means. Now Paul has to decide: apologize and forgive Trevor for everything, or chalk it up as revenge and move on.
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So funny! Nick as always is aces!
- Morgan A Skye
Snarky, Cranky Hero Gets Second Chance Romance
Seeing my curiosity answered about what made the main character, Paul, such an abominable twit in the first story and seeing if the author could change my mind about him when I got his story.
Seeing two guys overcome a really painful, awful mistake from the past and reuniting with a fun cast of surrounding characters.
I felt more connected with the whole cast of characters. It was fun seeing the dynamics more pronounced in the group of friends because of how spot on he was with their voices, personalities, and emotions.
Actually, I did have an extreme reaction, but not with laughter or tears. I saw the past situation very different from the way it was written. In the story, it seemed the blame was squarely placed on Trevor's shoulders and from my perspective, Paul had some equal responsibilities for that mess happening and I was frustrated that Paul and his friends and even Trevor couldn't see that.
This is book two and works best following Frat Boy and Toppy. Look forward to more from this series.
I received this book to listen to in exchange for my honest review thoughts.
- Sophia Rose "Reviewer for Delighted Reader Blog"