Everything I hoped it would be and then some
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’ve been waiting for this one ever since Gabe got the shock of his life when he thought he saw Nate Turner – a man he’d once slept with and who had been murdered – and it turned out to be his twin Jonathan Silver.
I’d wanted Nate not to be dead, so this was the next best thing I thought but actually, that’s doing Silver a disservice as he turned out to be a wonderful character in his own right.
And his perfect man, the one he hadn’t seen coming, was Emory Jackson, broken by the death of his husband five years ago, something he blamed himself for, and haunted by psychic abilities which started after the crash which took River’s life.
Together they were dynamite but it took a long time to get there. Jon never gives up though, once he realises Emory is his happy ending, he waits for the other man to acknowledge they have something special.
It was interesting reading through a lot of the story from the insider’s perspective as we’d seen Emory and Jon’s first meeting through the eyes of Josh and Gabe in their books.
I loved everything about this one, including the side plots which I hope are going to result in stories for Jon’s two best friends Beau and Corbin.