“Milo was losing the fight to keep Dusty out of his head.”
No matter what Milo Anderson tries, he can't seem to rekindle his burnt-out relationship. His boyfriend Vincent is cold, and Milo suspects he's unfaithful, too. Acting on his suspicions at last, Milo hires the best detective in town to give him closure so that he can move on with his life. He doesn't expect the private eye to catch his eye.
I can't make that mistake again.
Back in his hometown after running into trouble in New York City, private investigator Dusty Evans is glad that Portland, Maine, is smaller and down-to-earth. Better yet, he can be closer to his family. He enjoys the domestic cases of small towns and cities but has become cynical toward relationships because of his work. He wants something meaningful, but when it stares him in the face and asks for his help, can he put aside his fears to pursue this man?
Get out before it's too late.
Milo hires Dusty to catch Vincent cheating so he can break free from his control. Milo can't remember the last time someone made him feel so safe... so good... so hot. He has to control himself until the evidence is in front of him. Dusty knows that letting Milo in during the case would be a very bad idea, but all bets are off once it's all over. With Vincent's vengeful streak, is it really over? And will Milo and Dusty be able to put aside their insecurities to find love in each other's arms
Just Love is a gay romance novel. It's the first novel in the “Coastal Charm” series but can stand alone. It has a happily ever after ending with no cliffhanger.
Wasn’t for me
I’m sorry to give the contrary review. I had a difficult time staying tuned in. For me the story idea was promising but almost seemed adolescent when reading. The characters and story weren’t colorful.