Arty Reynolds chased his dream to Broadway, but after his father is injured, he must return to the small fishing community where he grew up, at least until his dad is back on his feet.
Jamie Wilson fled his family farm but failed to achieve real independence. Arty is hiring for a trip on the gulf, and it’ll get Jamie one step closer to his goal.
Neither man plans to stay in Florida long-term, neither is looking for love, and they’re both blown away by the passion that sparks between them. But on a fishing boat, there’s little privacy to see where their feelings might lead. Passion builds like a storm until they reach land, where they also learn they share a common dream. The lives they both long for could line up perfectly, as long as they can weather the strain on their new romance when only one of them may get a chance at their dream.
It’s no secret that I love Andrew Grey’s stories.
Catch of a Lifetime is another winner. Arty, after struggling in New York to become an actor, returns home to help out his ailing father, he meets Jaimie and sparks fly. Both men are dealing with some major “father issues”.
This book is sweet, yet heartbreaking at times. The characters are all very well written and you can feel their emotions as the story unfolds.
You really can’t go wrong with an Andrew Grey book.