Getting dumped is never fun.
Pub: 2007 by Liquid Silver books
Author: Jamie Craig
Format: ebook; 221p w/ 18 chapters
Whose: Trip & Christian
Age Range: adult
Getting dumped by your boyfriend on the eve of your first vacation in six years because he decides to reconcile with his ex-wife is agony.
Heartbroken Christian Davis is drowning his sorrows when his ex-lover’s best friend swoops in and throws his world into chaos. Trip Watson is gorgeous and gregarious and everything Chris doesn’t need right now. But none of that seems to matter when Trip finds out what Andrew did to him. Appalled by Andrew’s callous treatment, Trip announces the best way to get over the break-up – and to rub Andrew’s face in it – is to go to Italy as planned and spend the next three weeks having the time of his life. With Trip.
Mutual lust drives them together. Andrew could very well push them apart. Especially if the truth about Trip’s relationship with him ever comes to light.
Content: Contains graphic m/m interaction, including oral and anal sex, public sex, and a gratuitous one-night stand.
Quite simply this book is about two guys falling in love. Big surprise, right? But that’s what it is. Though having that they are both broken hearted over the same person and a holiday that is all about wild free sex but turns into a relationship.
There is nothing new about this story.
But man I liked it.
I like Chris for the fact that he doesn’t know how good he is. And Trip for seeing it. I like the conflicts that come up and rather than ripping them apart it pulls them together. And I like that the doubt that hits rips them apart but also forces them to see what they truly want.
I like the writing, it was never boring. The characters and the placing was brilliant which for a story so overly done it made it fresh enough that you didn’t see the play for what it was.
I really liked this book.
Really, it was great and worth the time. It made me want to cry (though that could have been from sleep deprivation more than the book, but that emotional high had to be there I just might have excaudate it a little). It was sweet and loving and hot and sweet—wait I’ve said that hadn’t I?! Anyway I really liked the book, hence the reason that I’m writing this.
If it’s your thing you’ll probably like it to. So think about it.