A fun, sweet romantic story that is the beginning of a delightful series …
Author: J.B. Sanders
My Rating: 3.75 of 5 stars
From the Publisher:
Tyler can’t inherit unless he gets married … and when Glen proposes, hijinks ensue. Follow the guys on their world-spanning adventure as they defeat mobsters, an evil step-mother, a rakish brother-in-law and pirates. No, really — pirates! Plus there’s an underground super-base. And hockey. Come for the romance, stay for the hockey.
Glen and Tyler’s Honeymoon Adventure is a sweet, light hearted story about best friends Glen and Tyler who fall in love. Tyler is about to lose his trust fund because his grandfather stipulated he must marry before his upcoming birthday. After exhausting all the available women who might agree to marry him (and stay married for five years), Glen proposes to Tyler. Although neither man has been previously attracted to men, Glen has fallen in love with Tyler, but Tyler thinks it’s all simply a ruse to help him keep his money. Immediately after their ceremony, and a hot kiss by the grooms, Tyler breaks down and confesses his own love for Glen. Their match made in love is the start of a life together filled with action and adventure.
Turns out Tyler is one of the richest men in the world and a billionaire (with a “b”). Nice surprise, huh? They get into all types of adventures, including kidnapping and murder attempts, an evil step mother and greedy father, and throughout it all they live in a huge New York apartment, travel in style, defeat the bad guys, and promote equality for gays.
Glen and Tyler’s Honeymoon Adventure is a fun story, and a delightful read. I definitely like the beginning of the book when Glen and Tyler begin their “gay for you” relationship, and then marry for love instead of just for money. The story is a tame one – Glen and Tyler only kiss and there is no depiction of man on man action. This part of the story is very sweet, and Glen and Tyler both are established as quite likeable characters. However, their honeymoon adventures are a bit over the top with one adventure after another, and Tyler gets several opportunities to throw his money around buying professional hockey teams and the like. The story also gets a little overly preachy about gay rights, but this is forgivable since these issues sadly remain relevant in our world where all people are not afforded the same legal rights and protections.
There are noticeable editing misses in the story; however, Glen and Tyler’s Honeymoon Adventure remains a cute, fun read despite this distraction. Overall, this is a sweet, delightful read that provides an afternoon of effortless reading escapism.
I would like to thank J.B. Sanders for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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