Sharp Edges by Lenore Moreau

This is an amusing, sad, steamy and entertaining. Oliver is serious, responsible, flirty and strong. Gio is beyond stubborn, cheeky, vulnerable and protective. They met at the bar that Gio works at, but they never talked. Oliver would come in and sit alone in a corner booth, and Gio would watch him. Then one night Gio goes looking for the boy who hit his sister, and Oliver answered the door. They get into a scuffle, then Oliver gets in Gio. But Gio is straight, he insists that just because he was with a guy it doesn't make him gay. And he tells himself that after every time they are together. There's a reason he insists he's straight, but he doesn't like to think about it. Their situations drawn them together also. Oliver is responsible for 6 siblings, and Gio is responsible for 4. It's a fascinating story that has one tragedy after another.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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