A May - December by Romeo Alexander

This is amusing and romantic. Matthews is a closet gay, he's also gruff, stubborn and caring. Skye is bold, daring and vulnerable. Matthew finds Skye on the side of the road, hitchhiking alone in the middle of nowhere, so he picks him up and brings him to where his friends said that they'd meet him. They are all supposed to see the Northern Lights, but his friends got a ride. Matthew thinks Skye is too out of place for his own good and tells him so. Skye insists that he'll be fine, he has a tent and a heater. And he doesn't think that bears eat people, he'd look it up if he had any bars. A couple of hours later and Skye is knocking on Matthews door. Matthew feels bad for him and offers him his couch until his friends get there. There's an interest between the two, but the town is pretty old-fashioned and intolerant, so Matthew insists on keeping their distance. Skye is cute, and clumsy and Matthew finds him more appealing the longer he's there. Which is over a week, because his friends took that long to finally meet up with him. As Matthew gets more comfortable with Skye, it gets harder to resist him, and just when he finally gives in, everything goes bad. These two are sweet and funny together and the storyline was great.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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