Another Short from the Mended Daily Dose.
Author: MA Ford
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
My Rating: 4.25 of 5 stars
Cover Artist: Catt Ford
From the Publisher:
After a serious crash during testing, sports car driver Alan accompanies his injured teammate, Nathan, to the hospital, promising his boss he’ll stay until Nathan’s next of kin can be reached.
Former F1 test driver Nathan was a recent addition to the team, and he and Alan were not on the best of terms. Waiting for Nathan to regain consciousness gives Alan time to think back over the recent races and the ups and downs of their relationship.
Even when Nathan wakes up, Alan remains by his side at the hospital. Nathan is still keeping secrets and needs help more than he’s willing to admit. If they can trust each other, it might open the door to an attraction both assumed was one-sided.
The Way Things Turn Out is the 10th or 11th story I have read from the Mended Daily Dose collection. It is another Hurt/Comfort, and as such, focuses on two men who have to get through the pain and recovery an injury will bring. In this case it has the added twist of a little enemy-to-lovers action.
Nathan and Alan have had an interesting relationship up until this point, but as a near death experience of does, Nathan’s accident brings to the forefront the feelings they have both been fighting. We spend the first half of the story getting to know both men through Alan’s memories of their times together, good and bad. We spend the second half of the story watching as they navigate the rocky road of their feelings for one another. I liked both halves. It made for a very interesting way to look at the beginnings of a relationship. In then end, I wanted them to last.
I would like to thank Dreamspinner Press for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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