Title: Road to the Sun
Author: Keira Andrews
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: May 23, 2017
Reviewed by: Gigi
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
A desperate father. A lonely ranger. Unexpected love that can’t be denied.
Jason Kellerman’s life revolves around his eight-year-old daughter. Teenage curiosity with his best friend led to Maggie’s birth, her mother tragically dying soon after. Insistent on raising his daughter himself, he was disowned by his wealthy family and has worked tirelessly to support Maggie—even bringing her west on a dream vacation. Only twenty-five, Jason hasn’t had time to even think about romance. So the last thing he expects is to question his sexuality after meeting an undeniably attractive park ranger.
Ben Hettler’s stuck. He loves working in the wild under Montana’s big sky, but at forty-one, his love life is non-existent, his ex-boyfriend just married and adopted, and Ben’s own dream of fatherhood feels impossibly out of reach. He’s attracted to Jason, but what’s the point? Besides the age difference and skittish Jason’s lack of experience, they live thousands of miles apart. Ben wants more than a meaningless fling.
Then a hunted criminal takes Maggie hostage, throwing Jason and Ben together in a desperate and dangerous search through endless miles of mountain forest. If they rescue Maggie against all odds, can they build a new family together and find a place to call home?
Road to the Sun is a May-December gay romance from Keira Andrews featuring adventure, angst, coming out, sexual discovery, and of course a happy ending.
A hunky park ranger, a lonely young father and a spitfire of a tweener. What’s not to love? We’ve got a slow burn, some intense peril, explosive sex after pent-up feelings are expressed and a touch of relationship angst. Win!
And, for the record, this epilogue goes down in the Epilogue Hall of Fame™. It was brilliant and deserves the Andy Dwyer roses of joy.
If the blurb doesn’t interest you, I highly recommend you pick up The Road to the Sun anyway for the epilogue alone. Fantastic, warm/fuzzy ending!