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- Print Length: 61 pages
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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (May 31, 2015)
- Publication Date: May 31, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YN5QS1I
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Path Not Taken (2015 Daily Dose - Never Too Late) Kindle Edition
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Trenton eventually falls in love with John. They live together for twelve years—until John dies of a condition he inherited. Trenton becomes a recluse. He does have one friend, though, who speaks freely with him about his intimate life—his mother.
Trenton spots Brit on a commuter train. Brit is surprisingly friendly to Trenton. Brit’s romantic life has led to two major failures, the first with a woman, the second with a man.
I greatly enjoyed reading the story of Trenton and Brit. I suspect a large number of gay people have fallen in love with their best friends in their youth, only to gain rejection for guessing too well the other wanted the same thing but wasn’t ready to admit it.
Thank you, Andrew Grey, for Path Not Taken.
It will grab your heart with its anticipation and rhythm and leave you with only one question: Please Mr. Grey, can you expand this into a nice little series of capers, little snippets of lives coming together and being fulfilled.
When the two men meet again by chance on a train they have a hesitant conversation but when they part again Trent wishes he had gotten Brit’s contact information. By stalking the train for a few weeks, Trent finds Brit again but Trent makes a mistake and causes Brit to flee. His mistake is carefully explained to Trent by his mother, who is wise and understanding. She is my favorite character in the book.
This is a sweet story with characters who have a fully developed backstory and don’t really need each other but are ready to explore what the future might hold. Path Not Taken is a quick read that will leave any romance reader satisfied at the end.
I love 2nd chance stories, but often am disappointed in the flow, if not the story. Andrew Grey, though, has delivered a sweet, loving story in Path Not Taken where he introduces Trent and Brit to one another after a good twenty-year split. The story is sweet, but some of the memories and life experiences for the men were hard, both in the past and in their present. But how they dealt with those issues was both ‘real’ and powerful.
Path Not Taken is a shorter story from Mr. Grey, one that is part of the Daily Dose package with Dreamspinner Press. I don’t often read shorts or shorter novellas, as many of you know, but this is one that I wholeheartedly recommend and will reread again. You may not can go home again, but sometimes, the path not taken is still waiting for you. For Trent and Brit, nothing could be more true.