You never forget your first love, but is a second chance worth the gamble?
Anthony, Viscount Rawling, knows exactly what he wants in life and he isn’t above having a look about London for it. When he spots recently widowed Gabriel Tilden at a ton function, he thinks he might have found love…again.
Gabriel is as gorgeous and reserved as he was when he broke Anthony’s heart seven years ago. But they were only adolescents then…surely Anthony won’t hold the incident against him. And especially not when the attraction between them is stronger than ever.
Gabriel came to London in search of distraction, and a teasing Anthony is impossible to resist. As Anthony introduces Gabriel to the pleasures that can be found in the city—and in his bedchamber—their bond deepens into something more. Yet both men are hiding secrets that could pull them apart forever…
I’m a huge Ava March fan and this one did not disappoint me.
I was a little nervous when we started with such young gentleman, but I should have trusted Ava.
The school boy connection that these two found never went away, even through in the seven years that separated them. Neither one forgot but at least one was able to forgive now if he can get the other to.
I just loved how both of these men are flawed in ways that can help each other but pride will stop them both from speaking up. But if either one had just stopped and paid attention or wanted to see they probably could have guessed that there was a problem. MEN!
The chemistry between Gabriel and Anthony even in the beginning was magical, we were able to see that grow through out. The Drury Lane Theatre play bit was wonderful.
The secondary people and plot really added to this story and makes me want there’s!