Owen Braydon commutes from LA to Denver every weekend to see his ten year old daughter Leah. He's got a definite inferiority complex from being such a shy geek as a teenager. Taylor Madison is a self confident construction site manager based in Denver. He travels the country to insure his dad's sites are trouble free. The two of them hook up on a flight and seem determined to build a relationship.
As usual, G. A. Hauser takes a couple of average American guys and shows what they can do when opportunity comes knocking on their door. The characters in the story are built carefully and well. Owen comes out of his shell with Taylor. Even ex-wife Jenna is more supportive than he expects. Leah is a typical ten year old. Taylor’s biggest weakness is his relationship with his father. Love gives him strength to confront and deal with that differently than he has in the past.
There’s plenty of Ms. Hauser’s humor throughout the dialogue and scenarios. No matter how tough the situations, humor helps them get through it. The eroticism is great and filled with fantasies the two men have. Owen tends to stray into his fantasy world easily. His fantasies are fun, even if they do get carried away from fulfilling them sometimes.
This is a great read that I couldn’t put down.