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What He Really Needs Kindle Edition
Best friends fall in love. What are they going to do about it?
Cayo Suárez, who is gay, and Ben Roth, an admitted Oblivious Straight Guy, were roommates in law school, but two years after graduating, they have lost touch. After an accidental meeting, Cayo invites Ben to stay with him while Ben looks for his own apartment. There’s only one complication, but it’s a big one—Cayo has been in love with Ben since they met.
What begins as a heartwarming reunion of old friends heats up quickly, and Ben starts to wonder if he’s as straight as he always thought he was. Cayo and Ben reconnect in a most unexpected way, but their jobs complicate things. Cayo works for low-income people at Legal Assistance, and Ben works for the man.
When Ben and Cayo become involved in a controversial case, powerful people with a lot to lose seize control of the situation. They want to bend the case’s outcome to their own nefarious ends, and they’ll destroy anyone who tries to stand up to them. Will Cayo and Ben find a way to save Ben’s career, and their budding relationship, before it’s too late?
What He Really Needs is an action-packed book full of warmth and humor, a first-time bisexual awakening, a healthy dose of suspense, steamy sexy times, and an extraordinarily happy ending.
- ASIN : B085R985H6
- Publisher : Wainscott Press (March 20, 2020)
- Publication date : March 20, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3442 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 284 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B0884JYFGG
- Best Sellers Rank: #202,338 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The characters, Ben and Cayo, are genuine and beautifully written. I ached with Cayo over his love and attraction to Ben. I wanted to shake Ben in his oblivion. I was terrified that they would be destroyed by outside forces that were determined to eliminate the threat they posed. And I cried happy tears when they were able to find their HEA.
This book, written in the same Macadam universe the authors created in No Brief Affair and Legally Bound, is sexy and heartwarming. Read this, you will not regret it.
I love a book that jumps right into the story, that gives you just enough inner dialogue that you know what’s going on, but not so much you’re waiting a bit for the story to take off. This book does it perfectly. This is one of several things I really like about this book.
Another thing I thoroughly enjoyed is the characters. They are beautifully written and I got lost in discovering their layers as their love story unfolded. It was not easy, as they had some past hurts to work through, as well as a little case of obliviousness for Ben to work through as well. My heart ached for both of them as they struggled to work through it. I love how Ryan Taylor & Joshua Harwood write because you don’t just read about their emotions, you feel it with the characters. You cheer them on, on their journey towards their HEA, while they take you along for the ride.
Their future as a couple faces more challenges than the matter of clarity and forgiveness, as outside sources are at play in the book. Both of these men are lawyers and find themselves as opposing counsel. On a brighter note, I absolutely adored their banter in the courtroom—before the judge walked in as well as during the hearing. It was a fun scene to read.
I don’t wanna give away too many things, because I really want to encourage you to read the book. It’s well written; you can tell a lot of time no effort went into the writing, as it shows. The book had a sense of realism to it that I appreciated. This book drew me in and stole my heart. I highly recommend it.