Title: All the Way Home
Author: Devyn Morgan
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: December 23, 2015
Page Count: 71
Reviewed by: Gigi
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
For the last couple years, Nick Palmer has raised his little brothers while working in a coffee shop downtown. Just a month before Christmas, his boss makes the worst possible announcement: the café will close if they can’t find a buyer. JC, a decade younger than him at sixteen, and Hunter, only eight, deserve the best Christmas his money can’t buy. Plus, he’s been neglecting his own needs for far too long. When the perfect man walks through the door at the wrong time, a little indulgence turns into much more…
Billionaire Declan Tanner is lonely. Since selling his company, he’s got a bad first world problem: guys get intimidated by him or try to use him. He’s responded by withdrawing and isolating himself, but on his psychologist’s advice picks up a new hobby: learning to code games in a cozy little café. Hanging out every day with Nick, a gorgeous, clever, flirty barista, starts to stir ideas of more… but he has to take it at Nick’s pace for the kids’ sake.
As Christmas approaches, Nick has to decide: should he let Declan in, or focus as always on keeping JC and Hunter happy? And what if there’s a way to do both?
All the Way Home is a standalone gay romance with a HEA ending.
I needed something quick and light before bed so I read this one. 100% unrealistic cheese, but it worked for my mood and the length. Nothing to write home about, but no angst with a stand-up guy taking care of his younger siblings always makes me happy. (See The Last Thing He Needs.)
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