Jay’s Cornish-set romance series is my ‘happy place’
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I think this is my favourite one yet in this series of quite excellent romances set in a wee Cornish town and centred on an LGBTQ cafe.
Here it’s journalist Quentin’s turn to go through the angst of falling for someone and it’s a narrative which runs a full gamut of emotions.
I felt so bad for George, at 45 he still hadn’t really come to terms with either his sexuality or his sexual desires.
But in Quentin’s capable hands, the awkwardness of his first time turned into something neither was expecting.
I loved the mild kink in this book, it fit perfectly with the awakening of a man who’d repressed his feelings for years. Dirty talk really does turn my crank 😁
A little bit of friendly Interference from cafe owner Seb and these two lonely men were put firmly on the path to happiness.
I’m excited to see where Jay takes this series next.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.