Now Sean is the total opposite - he is actually a twin, but whereas his brother Jasper is really outgoing, Sean is very shy.
When Sean and Jasper go to a ranch for a business meeting, I'm not sure who is more surprised at who they meet on arrival - Jasper who sees the man that was eyeing him the night before or Sean who was literally drooling at the cowboy standing in front of him!!
Simon and Sean are instantly attracted to each other, but Sean is wary of mixing business and pleasure, plus factor in that Sean has travelled to this meeting, so is not close.... and it looks like anything is over before it actually begins.
Throughout the book, you are on the journey with both Simon and Sean as they both have to make decisions, which will impact on both their work life plus more importantly their free time. You experience all the ups and downs they both face, and how they try to work things out.
This book also shows the dynamics of the families of both men, and how everyone pulls together when the necessary, but also causing problems in other ways.
I really enjoyed this book, and I can honestly say I am looking forward to reading more in this series. My Forever, My Always completely builds the back story for this series, without losing the romance trying to blossom between Simon and Sean.