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In this one, mega movie star Justin Hawthorne (blond on the cover), reluctantly returns to his small hometown in Pennsylvania where his father is dying--a father who threw him out at age 19 with a backpack of clothes, a few bucks in his pocket and a beat up car simply for coming out.
Common jumping off point, eh? Except that Justin hates his father so much that it takes a monumental effort by his best friend and manager Ethan to convince him to return. When he does his whole life explodes when he discovers that his father's nurse is George, the boy he left behind seven years before with no good-byes when Justin fled west.
From there we are treated to a series of moving incidents and scenes that Grey weaves wherein Justin and his Georgie come together again despite the fact that they know they are not going to be able to be together, ever. Justin's life is in Hollywood, where he is openly gay but not into relationships because of his guilt-ridden but still genuine love for Georgie. And Georgie can't leave his home because he takes care of his mother--and her life, and his, are tied to the community.
This is Andrew Grey, remember, and his clever plotting and superior character development get us through a relaxing, and in one climactic case, somewhat traumatic, tale of second-chance love.
You'll smile even through the nasty bits, and then you will have a grin on your face at the end.
Well done Andrew Grey another great read. You amaze me with each and every new book.
George was Justin’s boyfriend in their small town in Pennsylvania. Both George and Justin talked about a future together and then suddenly Justin was gone, with no explanation. Several years pass and both George and Justin have tried to move on but for each of them, their first love still smolders in their hearts.
When Justin returns home in response to his father’s request to see him one more time, Justin expects to fly in, see his father, whom he still despises, and leave immediately. When he finds that George is his father’s home care nurse one complication leads to another, keeping Justin in town longer than he expects.
Andrew Grey writes characters who are well developed and three dimensional. There are a number of secondary characters who are critical to the story. Some are positive forces in Justin and George’s lives while others are malicious. George’s mother and Justin’s best friend Ethan are very important characters. There are a two or three less than well-meaning characters, and in fact one is downright evil. If you expect everyone to get their just due you may find that you don’t always get what you want. I loved George’s mother and Ethan was probably my favorite character in the book.
Mr. Grey has written so many novels you might think he must be starting to repeat stories and characters. Let this book demonstrate that such is definitely not the case. Can’t Live Without You is a sweet romance with just enough sorrow and fear to keep you on the edge, trying to figure out how the author will get us to the HEA we’ve come to expect from Andrew Grey. This is a lovely story that I recommend to lovers of romance novels.
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