Author: DH Starr
Publisher: Wilde City
Cover Artist: Adrian Nicholas
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Cal’s been with his partner Rhys for three years, their life together was perfect—or so he thought. When Rhys’s culinary path in NYC is detoured, Cal uses his inheritance to relocate them to Boston. While using his contracting skills tirelessly to get Rhys’s restaurant operational, Cal realizes that Rhys’s happiness, their very relationship, may not be as solid as he’d once thought. Cal struggles as he realizes the many ways he’s taken Rhys for granted and needs to make some hard choices if he doesn’t want to lose the man he loves.
I read the One I Choose by DH Starr right after another, very emotional, book. That can be a good thing because the new book after could be caught in the reflected glow of the hangover. It could also be a detriment as the book will never measure up to the one just completed. Luckily, I think The One I Choose fell somewhere in between.
It is a sweet story of two men in love trying to make it through a challenging time in their lives. They are both making mistakes in their relationship. They are both a bit selfish. They both need to find a new way to look at their current situation. The One I Choose is told in first person from a single perspective (Cal’s), so you don’t completely understand from where Rhys’ anger comes.
You know they love each other. You know they both want it to work. You know they need to just work past it all. It is a story to which many can relate. It is a sweet story and was a great chaser for my book hangover.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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