My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book is adorable. I think Roman and Oscar are still my faves but Dustin and Leo came close.
There’s very little conflict in this, just Leo’s dawning realisation that he’s attracted to Dustin and feels more for him than He’s felt for any woman he’s dated in the past.
His gradual admittance that he’s bisexual is done without any dramady, he’s not conflicted over his feelings, just worried he won’t live up to Dustin’s previous experiences.
But Dustin has more awareness than that, he’s beginning to come out of his own shell, a little bit self imposed and a lot to do with how the Significant Brothers are so protective of him.
It’s lovely to watch him grow in confidence as his relationship with Leo progresses and this is just all round a really sweet romance with a wee bit of spice in the ‘bedroom’ (not always in the bedroom though 😉 )
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.