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"Merge Ahead" is a very well-written book about two real people. It is unpredictable, honest, has true-to-life characters and a love story that makes you happy. I especially enjoyed how honest the main character was about wanting to emotionally take care of his new boyfriend, while struggling with feeling like the weaker one if he was financially supported.
Highly recommended! (right up there with some of my other favorite authors like Josh Lanyon, Nick Wilgus, DC Williams, and Harper Fox)
I'm a huge sucker for romances with workplace drama, and I read most of this particular M/M in almost a couple of hours because I was so glued to it.
MERGE AHEAD follows a Latino protagonist, Will, who is a fantasy writer wrestling with his self-image of masculinity. He meets a businessman, Adam, at an airport he's immediately smitten with - and he later finds out this same businessman is the CFO for the company his work is merging with.
Their relationship starts off playful and cute with the perfect amount of sexiness, but it quickly becomes tender and honest. Will and Adam are all about communication, which I adore so much. Every time they have a fight or disagreement, they talk it out at once instead of letting negative feelings brew.
The ending scene is so memorable to me, and I get a little teary-eyed just thinking about it. This M/M definitely should go on your radar!
Also, there is a cat who is a huge part of the family. :)