Voice-over artist Harry Moore is falling for his contractor. Can he win Diego’s heart and be his client at the same time?
Voice-over artist Harry Moore has decided to take his business to the next level by hiring contractor Diego Ramos to renovate his San Francisco loft into a state-of-the-art home office and recording studio.
They hit it off immediately and Harry is soon hoping to make their business relationship a little more personal, but Diego has responsibilities to consider before he can date anyone, especially a client.
Can Harry and Diego design a sound future for themselves?
This was such a sweet story. I really enjoyed Mr. Adams’ voice in this story. His storytelling always brings you into the story and makes you feel like you’re there and feeling what the characters are. I loved how even in this short story it’s a slow burn between Diego and Harry. There was a surprising amount of backstory for both characters considering the length of the book. I really enjoyed Jayson. He’s a sweet kid but still shows his vulnerable side some too.
There’s no real angst or obstacles for these two to overcome. However it wasn’t needed. Harry and Diego are just starting out and they deal with all of that initial get-to-know-you jitters in a place where they have to be together so they don’t need any extra drama in their way. These two are wonderful together. There’s a sweet happy for now ending and I really hope there are more books with these characters in the future.
Jeff’s written stories since he was in middle school and became a gay romance writer in 2009 when his first short stories were published. Since then he’s written several more shorts and novels, including some in the young adult genre, and he plans to keep writing as long as wonderful readers keeping picking up his books.
Jeff lives in rural Northern California with his husband of twenty years, Will. Some of his favorite things include the musicals Rent and title of show, the Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins hockey teams, and the reality TV competition So You Think You Can Dance. If forced to pick his favorite book it would be a tie between Michael Chabon’s The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay and David Levithan’s Every Day.