**This book contains Male Male Relations**
A Bayou Boys short story:
Rusty Duchene and Sean Delahunt are each other’s first loves.
Emotionally rough high school years and financially draining college years have drawn them closer together and now, with Sean graduating, they are ready to enjoy all the good life their beloved city, New Orleans, has to offer. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
After a tough job search, Sean is offered his dream job—in Boston. But for Rusty, moving to Boston means leaving the career and the family he loves.
Stay or go? Either way, someone loses. Will their love survive the sacrifice?
This book completely shocked me on a couple different levels, and in a completely good way!
When I started the book, I thought it would be all about sex, and it wasn’t at all. This was an honest to goodness book about a relationship that is going through a tough decision and how they deal with it. One thing that I loved about this book was the problem they were facing wasn’t solved with sex. Because let’s be honest here, sex doesn’t solve any problems.
The characters in this book were extremely likeable and I would love to read more about them in the future. My only complaint about this book is how short it is. I think that it would have been better as a longer story instead of broken up into pieces.
Overall, I did enjoy the book!