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It was a nice book. It was fun and hot but I didn’t feel like there was too much connection between the main characters or that I really got to know them too well. I still liked it and I have a great time with it. It was short and that was exactly what I was looking for, I guess the length wouldn’t permit it to be a little more complicated than it was, but it was very entertaining.
I did have a little issues with the narration, I felt like it was difficult to understand the change of characters, the voices seem too alike and became confusing at times. The narration itself was good and I enjoyed it, but the dialogs were the ones that were bothersome.
Overall it was enjoyable and a great choice for someone looking for a short fun read without a lot of angst.
Overall, this was more like a 2.75 for me.
I liked that this story had older main characters. Sean was in his 30s. And with reference to a midlife crisis, Jackson was also in his 30s or older. So they also dealt with some real life issues, which was a nice change. And both Sean and Jackson were really likeable, but there were a small number of times that they behaved younger than their biological age. But I guess that's part of the issue, and a behavior all older people can relate too. Sometimes we just want what we want and want to let go of control. I guess we don't ever outgrow that. Unfortunately, it might have been this aspect that resulted in me not feeling any chemistry between them and, thus, not really caring whether they got a HEA or not, even though I liked them. Apparently I think I just would've liked them more if they were partnered with someone else.
There were at least 2 quick sex scenes with a small bit of steam. But everything seemed to be too fast. I don't know if it's the way the narrator portrayed the story or what, but I always wanted a bit more. I guess that's why I also wasn't invested in them getting tighter and saw nothing meaningful between them. The end was realistic but, after everything, a major part of the angst came together a bit too easily.