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"The Other Woman" by Sandie Jones
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Work is busy, plus he's still grieving the loss of his longtime partner to cancer. Hans is an author of adventure novels, and at 42, he's been burned by a cheating ex. Hans needs some IRS tax help, and the men meet. After the issue is resolved, the men meet once again by chance at a restaurant. They are both attracted to the other and become friends. Each man shares his story, and their feeling grow, in this slow burn romance. The first part of the story is a "base" or set up to the second half. We see the disgruntled employee escalate to bitterness and violence, while the men gradually become boyfriends. As always with Andrew Grey, it's a wonderful, interesting story with super romance and hot loving. All of the characters are terrific, and we get an HEA.
Recommended highly for all romance lovers.
I'd have liked to read more about the thoughts of the characters. Given their careers I'm sure much more could be said about how they might blend their careers, and office/family, politics.
I'd love to read about them in 10-20 years, and how they maneuver through issues later in life. I hope Andrew Grey is listening :)
I was glad they finally realized their HEA even though the journey was grueling.