Reconnecting with Tyler helps Max settle back in, and it also leads to attraction. But when he tries to explore that connection at the grand opening of his tattoo studio—by kissing Tyler—awkwardness ensues. Max wants more, but has he misread Tyler’s signals?
As a single father raising a six-year-old daughter, Tyler doesn’t have much time to date. He’s ignored his attraction to men for years, but he can’t stop thinking about the kiss he shared with Max. If he can handle the complications of dating in a small town and the possible consequences to his career, this romance could blossom with all the colors of summer.
This book was nice. I wasn't wowed, but I didn't dislike it. The main characters are pretty likable, but I didn't really feel much of a connection between the two of them in this slow burn romance. All in all, this is a pleasant book. It's not my favorite from Anna Martin, but I look forward to reading more of her books in the future.
I received a copy of this book from the author and voluntarily provided my honest review.