- File Size: 2109 KB
- Print Length: 112 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 6, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074MGXGW5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,306 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ash is short for Asher, not Ashley, and Ash is gay. Ash doesn’t do the same thing twice, including restaurants and dates. Until now. When Ash meets Henry he assumes Henry is also gay and after a kiss, which Henry liked very much, Henry doesn’t know how to tell Ash that he’s not gay. So, when Ash tries to call Henry the next day Henry doesn’t know what to do except not answer the call. Gradually, Henry realizes he really would like to get to know Ash and maybe even repeat that kiss.
This is a low drama story with very little angst and a lot of self discovery. Exactly what I enjoy reading. Henry and Ash discover what they like about each other, learn what makes each other tick, but when it comes down to where they go from here Henry realizes he’s going to have to come out to his family. When he finally does, again, very little drama because his family loves Henry and accepts whatever makes him happy. They also like Ash very much. A sweet little story.
Henry doesn't expect the stranger to be a guy named Asher Wescott. When Asher invites him to have a drink to thank him for his kindness Henry sees no reason to decline. The two end up having a nice time together. Then Asher kisses Henry at the end of the night and throws Henry into a bit of a loop. Henry isn't gay and being socially inept doesn't really know how to handle the situation when Asher calls.
I thought this was a cute read albeit rushed. The cute meet was on point and I loved it. Henry came to terms with his sexuality quicker than I expected him to. I enjoyed seeing Henry and Asher's reaction to each other and how much change they brought into each other's life.
An ARC was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.
Asher, also known as Ash was waiting for his date when Henry walks in coming over to his table. When he explains about the text message, Ash introduces himself as Asher, then it clicked or something in Henry clicked. Spending the evening hanging out, Henry had a great time until the kiss.
Henry wasn't gay, but he couldn't stop thinking about that kiss. This story was so awesome!! Henry finding himself and his own happiness with Asher. Asher also learning that sometimes being with someone more than once really can make you happy.
This is definitely a great read, I want more of these guys!!! They are wonderful!
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