Series: Bronco's Boys #5
Author: Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: L.C. Chase
Publication Date: April 9, 2019
Length: 194 pages
Reviewed by Truus
Opposites attract on an overseas holiday, but trouble has hitched a ride.
While Bronco’s nightclub is closed for renovations, the owners invite the staff on a trip to Italy. Bartender Hank needs a roommate, and he’s had his eye on waiter Grant for a while, even if he’s had to keep his distance. But sharing such close proximity means sparks are sure to fly….
Grant has a problem saying no, and it’s led him into some less-than-healthy relationships. While he’s determined not to repeat his mistakes, it’s clear Hank is different.
They’re both willing to take it slow and explore the feelings building between them, but even in a foreign country, their pasts are catching up, and that could hurt more than just their budding romance.
I loved this story, it had everything in it: Lovable guys, a good plot, angst, emotional at times, and a satisfying end.
This is book five of the Bronco’s Boys but can easily be read as a stand-alone. It certainly made me want to read the previous ones and especially Bull and Zach’s story!
Grant broke up his unhealthy relationship but somehow it follows him everywhere.
When Grant got forcefully approached at work, we see his problem, Grant can’t say no!
Bronco’s Nightclub will close for a few weeks and get renovated. The staff will go on a trip to Italy. Hank broke up his relationship and now needs a roommate for this trip. After pushed by colleagues Grant shall join them and be his roommate, even though they don’t seem to get along. Hank is always a bit short and cold toward Grant.
In Italy, Grant and Hank seems to get a bit closer, they weren’t always honest about how they really felt about the other.
The trip to Italy is not the relaxed one they all thought it would be.
The past of not only Grant’s but also Bull’s, is getting in the way and it gets nasty and dirty.
This was a captivating story with a good portion of angst. It was well developed and pretty entertaining. The spotlight pointed on just the important things making it not too complicated.
Even though I was engrossed by the events, I would have loved some more romance, after all we are in Italy, it got put on the back burner by the storyline.
The main characters were elaborated well, both had their own intriguing background.
Overall, well written, well-polished story.
A book from this author’s hand is always original, carefully developed and worth reading!
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