Patrick Mason travels to Bristol to spend the summer with his brother, Ben. He’s cat sitting for the first two weeks while Ben goes on holiday. But Ben neglected to tell him he wouldn’t be doing it alone. Will Adams—Ben’s mate and Patrick’s long-time crush—is staying in Ben’s guest room while he waits to move into his new house after a breakup.
Against his better judgment, Patrick convinces Will that a little no-strings fun is just what they need. Patrick doesn’t want to get involved with a guy on the rebound, and Will isn’t interested in starting something serious with a student. But Patrick’s never been good at separating sex from feelings, and this time is no exception. As their weeks together draw to a close, they need to decide if they have something worth pursuing or if it’s really just a casual thing.
This almost 5 hour audio book is light and fun.
Patrick, a college kid is spending the summer with a favorite brother Ben, the first couple of week the brother is on vacation so Patrick assumes he’s alone with the brothers cat. Once he gets to the brothers home he realizes that the brother has set him up, and the brothers BBF is also staying for the summer. This is the same guy that Patrick has had a crush on for most of his young adult life.
Will is a few years older than Patrick, just broke up with his boyfriend and is living with his BBF until his new place is ready. He’s always knew Patrick had a crush on him but they never acted for several reasons. One of which Patrick is the kid brother of his best friend.
Patrick and Will embark on a holiday fling while Ben, is away. little by little what starts a summer fling wants to turn into more but neither one want this. Or do they?
I wanted to like these guys, I really did. But I just couldn’t. Patrick was too puppy like, too eager to please. Will was too self absorbed. Just coming out of relationship. They had there moments but over all just needed meld for me.
The narrator, seems to be the go to British narrator for any book based in that country. Don’t get me wrong, he does a good job. But I’m starting to get my stories/authors confused because his voice sounds the same for all of them.