Author: Suki Fleet
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: AngstyG
Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 06/01/2016
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
Genre: Contemporary, Gay Romance
First Published as part of the Wish Come True Anthology (December 2015)
One rainy night in December, David helps a busker with pretty eyes get his stolen money back. He doesn’t imagine the strong attraction he feels is mutual. But after overcoming his shyness, David discovers Jess is definitely interested.
Jess just isn’t interested in anything but a one night stand. Or maybe two. Falling for David is definitely not part of his plan. But when David gets trapped in a snowstorm the night before Christmas Eve, Jess realises a night or two is never going to be enough.
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While not one of my favorite stories by Suki Fleet, Just Like Heaven is still an extremely enjoyable novella.
David, a street performer, meets Jess when Jess helps him get his stolen money back. Jess is a waiter with a heart of gold, but David is pretty valiant himself. Both men are drawn to each other right away but neither is sure at first if the other likes men. They do get together and wow is it explosive.
The connection and bond between the two men is never more obvious than when they are in bed and sharing their bodies. Unfortunately, both men are sure they don’t want a committed relationship so they each try hard to stick to a no strings attached relationship.
They could be aggravating at times as they each denied what their hearts truly wanted. It takes a life or death situation for them to admit what they really want and their HEA is very satisfying.
Another great read from an amazing author.
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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