Book: Breaking The Habit 2nd edition
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Publication date: August 8, 2017
Length: 97 pages
Reviewed by Jenn
A gambling addiction isn’t bad enough? Throw in a not-so-sudden interest in guys and Mike Peterson’s life is about to get really complicated!
Mike Peterson is determined to break the gambling habit that resulted in two failed marriages, no money, no job, plus almost getting himself and his brother killed when loan sharks came looking for the money he’d borrowed.
In addition, he’s recently been having some doubts about his own sexuality. When his gay brother suggests he get in touch with an old friend, recently out police officer Larry Bertoni, Mike is at first leery of the idea, and their first meeting isn’t exactly ideal.
They decide to meet again and this time more of what they are and what they could mean to one another is revealed during their time together. They begin a tentative friendship that graduates to a first, fumbling attempt at romance.
Can they find the secure relationship they both want, or will Mike’s addiction and lack of self-esteem hinder what could possibly be salvation for both men?
Mike Peterson is having a rough time, he is struggling with a gambling addiction and is coming to terms with his attraction to men. Mike certainly doesn't do anything the easy way, but with the support of a love mother and an awesome brother, he's trying really hard to get back on track.
Larry Bertoni is Mike's sisters ex boyfriend. Larry is a police officer with the LAPD. Larry has his life together, but is also treading into some new waters. Larry has decided to pursue his attraction to men also. After helping Mike and his brother out of a situation Mike's gambling put them in, Larry and Mike decide to meet for dinner.
While Larry has some experience dating men, this is all new to Mike. Mike is floundering, he has no job, his gambling addiction and now he's trying to date a man. Their first attempt does not go very well, but Mike and Larry don't give up. They have a connection they both believe is worth trying to see through. They hit some bumps along the way, but eventually see their way through.
This is book 2 in this series, the first is Fear and Loving in Las Vegas. You should definitely read book 1 before reading Breaking The Habit.
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