Raise your wine glasses high to toast the men of Dahlonia while they discover the secret to happiness – LOVE.
There was no doubt about it, Macalister Whitmore was as straight-laced as they came. He worked all the time, never did anything that would be considered fun, and almost always wore a suit and tie, even in the laid back southern town of Dahlonia, where the dress code tended to be jeans and t-shirts. It was how his parents raised him and Macalister was sure even a tanning salon couldn't change that.
David Wilson wanted to throttle his best friend for sending Mac to his tanning salon to try and loosen up the uptight lawyer. He had never met anyone that had actually worn a suit to a tanning salon before. What Mac needed was a doctor to remove that stick from his ass. Then again, if Mac continued to look down his nose at David, he would remove it himself.
Still, it seemed that opposites do attract, so they decide to give each other a chance.
Happily ever after may sound like a dream come true, but no one ever said it didn't come with pain and heartache. Will they walk away from each other, or walk through hell for the chance to pop some Bubbly and celebrate finding their happy ending?
What a delightful surprise!!
From the description of this book, I expected to learn a bit about tanning and wine making. To my surprise and delight, I met two wonderful characters: Macalister and David. I knew they were the main focus, but they seemed to be destined to repulse each other… until they really started opening up… of course, the Otto incident did push the two together a bit. As is often the case, the rich parents revealed how parents can be horrendous problems for people that seem to have advantages. I wanted the kind of ending I got, and I would enjoy a sequel to see how these two would grow even more….
Just horrible … Literally the message, if any is so bad and the story itself needs so much work it needs to go back and be rewritten! I don’t know how this even got published or a high rating. I’m baffled. This insulted the LBGTQIA + community; false reasoning behind love, southern people and femme men… a bad stereotype and poor judgment and messages to victims of assault!