A hospital orderly explores his bisexuality with an adorably geeky lab tech, but can their sparks lead to love outside the closet?
When Ian Connolly installs a hookup app to explore his long-suppressed attraction to men, he doesn't expect to connect with anyone he knows, especially not lab tech Callum Price. But from their first scorching encounter, he's hooked.
Callum hasn't had the best luck with love, and he's suffocating under a pile of responsibilities. But when he sees an opportunity to blow off steam with Ian, he takes it. The man is smoking hot, big all over, and sweet as pie.
Their chemistry is off the charts, but a relationship is more challenging. Callum remains stubbornly self-reliant, while Ian tries too hard to be his rock. But if Ian can be honest with his family about loving a man, maybe Callum can admit his own truth: He wants a man he can count on, a man just like Ian.
Ian and Callum first hook up is hot and funny.
Callum's life is complicated and his connection with Ian brings much need support, light and eventually love.
Ian is exploring the same sex attraction part of his bisexuality and this aspect of the book is lovely.
Callum's struggle to support his mother and get his ex boyfriend out of the house. Callum's family issues really inform who he is as a person and shape his ability to love.
I love the resolution of the ex boyfriend which manages not to make him a crazy villain.
There is a bit of drama at the end that I didn't need but didn't mind. Ian and Callum make a great couple.