Series: Love You So Stories #4
Author: Tara Lain
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Reese Dante
Publication Date: September 13, 2019
Length: 161 pages
Reviewed by Truus
Reading his future in a glass of sweet tea.
The youngest son of one of America’s richest families, Remy Merced is so busy trying to save his family company from collapse, he’s never taken time to figure out if he’s gay, much less if he’s happy. Then his meddling mama hires him an assistant who’s everything Remy thinks he doesn’t want. Cute Harper Treadwell, from rural Arkansas, is a brilliant business prodigy… and openly gay. His wit and charm could confirm Remy’s suspicions about his own sexuality almost instantly—if they weren’t both already partnered.
When Remy’s girlfriend and Harper’s boyfriend get a little too friendly, Remy finds that the path to happiness requires a long drive in an old Prius, a growing appreciation for small towns, and a whole lot of sweet tea. But before they can forge a future—they have to let go of the past.
Remy and Harper
Harper worked at the community center. The center looks for jobs and helps people network as well as socialize. Somehow he has to leave and blinded by his boyfriend he travels with him to California.
Remy, CEO of the family company, works hard to prevent the company from collapsing. Getting a PA isn’t what he wants but they get along very well and Harper is a very intelligent and attractive young man.
With a girlfriend, it’s not fair to think about Harper.
Harper is a big addition to the company, Harper develops feelings for Remy, and Remy can’t get enough of watching Harper.
It seems Harper's boyfriend is a big mistake and can’t handle the fact that Harper breaks up with him. He is getting nasty.
What a wonderfully warm story, with honest feelings, no second agendas and straight to the point attitudes.
Remy and Harper together was a delight for the eye. Both with kind personalities. The ex-boyfriend and the girlfriend both had a significant place in this story but it was mostly about Harper and Remy, how they try to save the company and growing to each other. It was altogether a kind of a fairytale about the extremely rich businessman and the sweet poor nerd.
A smoothly written story, with a comfortable pace, enough attention to the most important parts. I loved the community, I loved what the company established and I loved mama Anastasia. There is a lot of delicious coffee, but in the end, they all preferred some sweet tea.
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