“You still want to have sex? Because if that’s all you can handle right now, I’m prepared to keep it light, no strings attached.”
Michael Reynolds had it all. A successful real estate developer who could have any man he desired, but only on his terms. Recreational love was all Michael wanted; no feelings required, just a good time for the night. He only gave his heart away once, and twenty years later, he is reunited with the love of his life. Determined to win Spencer back, he agreed to a simple fling, no strings attached. Could he play by the rules of recreational love, or would he lose his heart instead?
Spencer Talbot returned home to escape rumors and gossip after being abandoned at the altar by his philandering fiancé. Secretly relieved the wedding didn’t take place, all he wanted was a quiet place to lick his wounds and get on with his life. When his first love reappeared after decades apart, his world was turned upside down. The attraction between Spencer and Michael was overwhelming, but the timing couldn’t be worse. Giving in to his feelings would make him vulnerable, and he’d had enough rejection to last a lifetime. Could Spencer open himself to Michael and finally be with the only man he’d ever loved?
This is a second chance romance between reunited high school sweethearts. It features a wise aunt, an eccentric family, and a love that refuses to die. And of course, there’s a guaranteed happily ever after.
The Boys of Oregon Hill series can all be read as stand alone novels.
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Second Chance Romance
Recreational Love by Ian Lewis is a second chance romance. This is Michael and Spencer’s story.
Michael and Spencer fell in love when they were in high school but due to life obligations they went their separate ways. Their paths cross again after about twenty years and there are still feelings for each other but is it too late for a second chance at love?
I loved how I could feel the emotions of the characters. This was an enjoyable read.
FYI, contains mature content. This is a M/M gay romance. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Now this is how a second chance romance is done!
One thing I’ve run into with second chance romances is the reason it didn’t work the first time is either something dumb or poor communication. Not so here. The reason and the way Michael and Spencer handled it made complete sense. I love how the author chose dual POV because it made connecting to the guys easier and stronger. I’m all about the feels and this book delivered. I swear by the time I got to the epilogue I was ready for some big reveals. Just as excited as I used to get watching Clean House and waiting for Nicie to do reveal day. If you were a big fan like me you know what I mean. I wanted an HEA, find out what happened to the bad guy, and see the others happy. I got it all big time. I love reading Ian Lewis’s work because I am sure to enjoy the read and end with a happy smile on my face.