Keith Anderson believes he’s caught in gay hell – almost forty and too old for love. Bobby Michaels disagrees and thinks Keith is just right for him.
Keith Anderson is in love with Bobby Michaels. Unfortunately, Keith with their fifteen year age difference thinks he’s too old for Bobby. The two start as ‘friends with benefits’ but Keith dumps Bobby when it turns serious leaving Bobby brokenhearted.
When tragedy strikes and Bobby needs Keith, he steps up to support his lover. But Bobby lacks trust in Keith and everything around him. Can Keith convince Bobby that this time is for real, or will the two lovers never reconcile?
So I have a love/hate with this book.
Over all I enjoyed the story, the build up, the friends with benefits because of certain reasons. Both wishing for more,sigh.
I do not enjoy the consistent internal mongol both charaters did through out the book. However, those did bring me to tears, the woe – is – me. I’m not worthy. Such a sucker for that. And because both men decided right off neither one was good enough and couldn’t talk to each other or anyone else. Only talking to themselves would let us know the thoughts. So necessary evil, curses.
I loved how both men had a single goal, help there friends find each other. And while doing that they also find love. The ending, while the catalyst that got them there was, well hmm, I enjoyed how we stepped back and again, became friends and helped each grow and heal.