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.
As Remy is dealing with the problems of his company and his life Harper is thrown into the mix and turns Remy’s world upside down. Remy has many questions running through his mind, and it looks like Harper could answer more than a few of them. While the two work together to find a way to fix the problems at work their emotions begin to take over. There is a strong attraction between them that neither man can deny. I enjoyed the way their relationship takes shape. Both men are dealing with their own identities and must find themselves before looking towards a future with each other but when misunderstandings pull them apart Remy must make a hard choice and decide if he will follow his heart or be miserable for the rest of his life. Both Remy and Harper are strong men and with the support of their family and friends they begin to fight for a happy ever after that they deserve.
This is a fast paced and captivating story that pulls you in right from the start and has you believing in love. The author has written another enjoyable story with great characters for this series.
Number of stars out of 5: 4