Title: Path Not Taken
Author: Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Characters: Trent, Brit
Sub-Genre: Contemporary Romance
On the train from Lancaster to Philadelphia, Trent runs into Brit, his first love and the first man to break his heart. They’ve both been through a lot in the years since they parted ways, and as they talk, the old connection tenuously strengthens. Trent finally works up the nerve to call Brit, and their rekindled friendship slowly grows into the possibility for more. But both men are shadowed by their pasts as they explore the path they didn’t take the first time. If they can move beyond loss and painful memories, they might find their road leads to a second chance at happiness.
A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2015 Daily Dose package “Never Too Late.”
Path Not Taken by Andrew Grey is a sweet, second-chance romance between to mature men who are able to rekindle a friendship and more after many years apart.
Mr. Grey does an excellent job at writing getting to the heart of his characters. I particularly liked Trent and thought he was a really well-written hero. Trent is still grieving over the loss of his partner and when he notices his first-love and best friend from years ago, Brit, those old feelings for him start to resurface.
Trent is an all-around nice guy. Seeing Brit again makes him start to believe there might be another chance for both of them find love with each other. But Brit’s life is also a little complicated and a misunderstanding and hurt feelings from the past might keep the men from finding their second chance of love together.
I really liked the way these two men connected, although I admit I would have liked this book to be a longer one. In some ways, Brit was still more of a mystery to me. I understood where he was coming from, but would have liked to really have seen these two men develop a relationship together. In ways it felt their story was a little too rushed and washed over, but in the end, I still liked it and know that any fan of Mr. Grey will enjoy it too.
Reviewed By: Gabbi
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