Title: Of Love
Author: Sean Michael and Michael Pauley (Narrator)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Release Date: December 21st 2015
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary Romance
Length: 4 hrs and 46 mins
Reviewed by: Belen
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Free-spirited computer programmer Kent McMann loves life, candy, his family, and his job designing apps. With his go-getter attitude, he succeeds at anything he tackles. So having a child with a surrogate mother is the perfect start to the family he’s always wanted, even though he still hasn’t found his longed-for Mr. Right.
Then, into Kent’s life comes triathlete Dex Lochland, who also happens to be a successful app designer, and the two of them hit it off. They soon begin a relationship full of fun, sex, laughter, and love. But when Kent learns his attempt at fatherhood with the surrogate has succeeded, Dex is shocked. Unknown to Kent until that moment, Dex has never wanted children.
Kent’s decision before he met Dex might cost him the man of his dreams.
Kent McMann loves his life, but has always wanted a family. With no man on the horizon he decides it’s time to start with or without a partner. His friend, who loves being pregnant, has generously offered to be his surrogate, so Kent goes full steam ahead and drops off his specimen to get started on his family.
Of course, this is when he meets the perfect guy for him. Dex Lochland is a triathlete who also happens to be a successful app designer, and the two hit it off having much in common. Dex loves how Kent can make him laugh, Kent loves how Dex is everything and more than he ever wanted.
As they quickly begin a relationship both men are finding their perfect counterbalance, and having hot and passionate sex along the way, when Kent learns the pregnancy took and he’s going to be a father. When he tells Dex, he finds out Dex has never even thought about kids, let alone wanted them.
So the two agree to out the brakes on what’s happening between them and keep their relationship on a more friends-with-benefits level. However, neither can seem to help falling in love with the other.
This caught me at the perfect time when I was looking for something non-complicated and easy to listen to with some super sexy times. I loved Michael Pauley’s narration, especially his enthusiasm in the conversation portions and sexy times. I loved the super sweetness of the story, the whole kittens and rainbows angst-free non-drama, and, most of all, the ridiculously hot, smoking sex.
I can totally see this becoming a comfort listen for me.