Brant Harkrader is done living by other peoples' rules. He may not know exactly what he wants out of life, but he's perfectly happy letting that question figure itself out while starting a new job as a tour guide.
Too bad the one thing he does want—his sister's BFF—only sees him as a little brother.
Or so he thinks…
Kellan Shelby-Briggs has never shied away from going after what he wants. And what he wants is the important contract that will put his brand new company on the map—and Brant.
Too bad Kellan's career keeps yanking him away just as things heat up between them.
Now that Brant is back in town—up close and personal in Kell's living space—can they finally get the timing right to go after the love that has eluded them both for too long?
Absolutely, Positively, Loved It
Kellan & Brant have been friends since they were children & neighbors. Kellan is Brant's older sisters best friend.
Kellan had known for years that Brant was his other half, his love & was willing to wait until Brant noticed or realized Kellan was the same for him.
For Brant, Kellan was everything since the beginning. The perfect man, the perfect friend, perfect husband & lover. There was never a doubt in his mind, well maybe a small one.
They never told anyone about it, not even each other.
But this changes, & wow..
Brant is introduced in book 1 of this series called "Keeping Casey". Where Brant says he was madly in love with someone way out of his league to his friends in an Antique Store.
That man, the ideal love, husband that Brant does NOT mention is Kellan.
And this is where this book overpasses so many others. It's a gay romance story.
Yes there is sex, but that is a part of a connection between 2 gay men that have loved each other secretly all of their lives, & what they went through to get there.
This book is the love story so many gay men dream of having for themselves.
It is no way perfect, but it's pretty close.
Only problem with this book.
& Hope so will love it just as much.
Keeping me happy…
This is one of those books where you have a good feeling about the two main characters from the beginning. The relationship destined to blossom didn’t take too long to pop, either. I liked the location in the Canadian town of Nelson, making me do a Google Maps trip to a country that is so close, and yet, I have little real knowledge of. I thought how much I would have enjoyed these guys as friends… Nicely tied up… I’m think I need the sequel.