I’ve spent forty-four years of my life telling the world I’m a carpet man. Is it too late to admit to myself and everyone else that deep down I’m really all about the Hardwood?
It took me over thirty-five years to admit to myself that I’m gay, another seven to find the courage to say it out loud to anyone else, and exactly thirty seconds to develop a massive crush on my daughter’s music teacher. It’s really not my fault, have you even seen those cute bowties he wears?
After everything it’s taken to get here, am I going to work up the nerve to come out to my ex-wife and my best friends? Am I ready to shake up my comfortable, simple life and take a chance on Watson? Or am I going to throw a wrench in my own chance for happily ever after?
I read this one first – and it was so good I went back to read the others in the series!
I think, this is my 3rd favorite, however, after having read the other 2. I loved the 2nd one because it was so funny and charming, and the first one is so sweet. I got a little frustrated by Everett and wanted to kick him in the nads.
It was all good by the end, but still – frustrating.
I did like the humor but Stoney is hard to beat!
4.5 of 5 stars