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Parker is an unhappy man, divorcing from a terror of a woman who has made his life miserable. He feels an attraction to Mal but is unsure what he should do about it. Throw in the Nonbinary issue, add never been with anybody like Mal, and Parker is in uncharted territory.
They become closer and the attraction deepens. They are just starting a relationship when life and family intervene.
A Nonbinary person identifies themselves as neither male or female and usually go by they/them pronouns. I had to research this before I started the book. At the very beginning the word usage was jarring. I quickly adapted to it and the story flowed. Give this book a try. Two likable guys, some hot sex, and a bit of conflict made for an interesting story.
I didn't expect Mal and Parker to be a thing, but they work out so well. I was hesitant Parker would need longer to come to terms with who he is, but that wasn't the case, at least not entirely. He does have struggles with the ex-from-hell, and his family is like Zach's was in the first book i.e. not winning any parent of the year awards.
Mal is probably my favorite character in the Only Colorado series. It was Zach but they wormed their way into my heart with the first page. I'll admit it I cried. Books with characters who have those 'aha this is who I am' moments always get to me. Mal's came early and I was crying within minutes of opening the book.
Mal and Parker meet when they move Zach out of the apartment he shared with his best friend Ben and moved Parker into it. Right away there's attraction, on both sides. I loved how slowly they got to know each other. The feelings came fast, though neither one of them were ready to admit it until later on, but they still took their time.
Parker goes through a lot, with his ex and his parents. Mal is there for him. They're supportive and big-hearted and love Parker. The two of them together are exactly what the other needs.
I did tear up again, early one, Mal had said something that hit me right in all the feels and my heart went out to them. All they want, all they need is someone to love them for who they are both inside and out and that is what Parker does. Parker sees Mal. And Mal sees Parker. Together they are what love is supposed to be about.
The next book in this series couldn't come soon enough, I am addicted to JD Chambers.
Parker is getting divorced from his soon-to-be ex wife Shelby who I'm pretty sure for those who read the first book, absolutely hated, and he is on a journey to find himself. Life version 2.0 is going pretty well so far for him and then he meets Mal and he just can't stop thinking about them. I liked Parker alot...It was great watching finally discover new things about himself and watching his confidence grow. I loved how he treated Mal because like they say Parker is the kindest man they have met.
Mal was amazing and I loved finally getting to know them better. It's also kinda awesome and refreshing to read about other sexualities and gender identities in books that aren't really written about alot. Mal identifies as non-binary which means he doesn't identify as either male or female and they use pronouns they/them/their. I really loved how Mal knew exactly who they were wasn't willing to compromise on that at all. They have such strength and courage to be who they are no matter what and while they might have moments of insecurity they never lose themselves and always stay true. I thought that they were a really great influence on Parker who was basically finding himself after sleepwalking for pretty much his whole marriage, he needed someone like Mal to care for him and be his rock if needed.
Like u said I knew they would be perfect together and I'm so happy that they were able to find the strength within themselves, to stand strong, and make it through all the tough times and really gave each other a safe space where they could just...Be.
This story was beautifully captivating and I definitely recommend that everybody reads this book and while it can be read as a stand-alone the first book is just as awesome so I recommend reading that one as well.
Parker is in the middle of a divorce with a woman he doesn't even respect anymore and when he's moving in to his cousins old room he meets Mal.
Mal defines themselves as non-binary, knows just who they are even if it causes problems with others not getting it.
When Parker and Mal meets it's an instant interest from them both and when Mal is taking Parkers roommate Ben home after an disastrous date things quickly heats up.
This is the first book I've read about someone who defines themself as non-binary and I just love the fact that Parker finds himself attracted to Mel, acts on it and just goes with it.
And Mal has been the experiment of straight boys, someone for one night stands but never had anyone loving them or understanding them as Parker instinctively does from the beginning.
I'm very happy to find books that educates and shows that no matter who you are, everyone deserves a happy ending and there's someone out there who will be perfect for you.
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Mal is a great character with a strong support network. Parker comes into his own in this book as well.Read more
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