Kurt Trench loves running a successful auto repair shop with his twin sister Lena. Lately loyal customer Shane Dolan has been coming around more often, and Kurt assumes it’s because of his sister. While Kurt wouldn’t dream of coming between them, he can’t help being drawn to Shane himself…. Or thinking about him in ways he definitely shouldn’t.
One night everything changes. Kurt doesn’t reciprocate Shane’s kiss—he’s got no intention of stealing his sister’s man—but when he tells Lena what happened, she can’t believe how thick her brother is. She’s not the reason Shane’s been coming around the garage, and Kurt and Shane have more in common than a love of classic muscle cars. Now it’s on Kurt to make the next move, assuming he hasn’t blown his chance for good.
Fast novella, spread out over months of courtship. Is this in a nutshell.
We’ve a three way non sexual, because guys once again won’t talk about there feelings.
Kurt and his sister Lena run an auto shop. Lena has a friend Shane, Shane has been stopping by the shop a lot lately and Kurt takes that to mean he’s interested in Lena. All the while, Kurt want’s to jump him (sexually) But because these three are the worst communicator ever, months go by and nothing happens except Shane and Kurt get more and more frustrated.
You know when you see potential and you want to feel that connection with ppl because you know it will be amazing. That is these two. But to me, we spent to much time avoiding each other and then the last 10 pages or so making it up The whole lead up was spoiled. I wanted these two to find each other, to have the tug of course, but for us to enjoy a courtship as well, and we didn’t.
When we did get together, it was great, the banter, the frustrated chemistry. It all worked.