A double shot of devastating news turns Justin Evanson’s life upside down. When he learns his father has cancer, and he has siblings he never knew existed, he leaves everything behind and moves to Virginia to support his dad as he tries to make amends with his family—a family Justin’s not sure he has a place in. Things go from bad to worse when he discovers his recent hookup is his newfound sister’s brother-in-law.
Drew Sinclair never expected to see Justin after their night at the club or to discover their family connection. If anyone found out, it would give Drew’s brother another reason to hate him. But there’s something about Justin that draws him in, and it’s not only because they burn up the sheets together.
One meeting leads to another, and before Justin realizes it, Drew has become the only thing in his world he feels is his. And for the first time in his life, Drew knows what it means to be needed. Being there for Justin and supporting him when things spiral out of control feels right. But with so much happening so quickly, it’s hard to trust their feelings. Is this thing between them real? Or just a test drive before life forces them down two separate roads?
This was really good as usual. I loved Drew and Justin together. This book had a lot of sad moments and drama. I felt like the family issues were too quick and neatly wrapped up. With Justin and his family issues, it made sense since their dad was dying. The issue between Drew and his brother was too quick and kinda anti climatic. They’ve been at odds their whole life and then after one car ride talk they’re besties. They had a lot of tension and bad habits to work through so that probably needed more development. It did drag a little towards the end but I still really enjoyed it.