Now at first Eric comes across as someone who has everything, but he is not happy. He knows it is not because of his business partners/ex’s Nicks wedding news, he knows that what they had was not a real relationship, it was just purely friends with benefits. What he does know is that Nick is making a huge mistake, and that he, Eric is missing something from his life, but he doesn’t really know what.
Zane is different to Eric, and I think sometimes although close friends Eric just doesn’t know how to speak to Zane, I mean really speak to him. Zane is also successful in his own right, and I think in some ways Eric is jealous of how laid back Zane can be, whereas Eric is stressed about his work day.
I think what I love most about this book, is that Zane and Eric begin seeing each other, but keep it just between themselves, not telling their other friends. They really get to know each other better, with mutual hand jobs thrown in, but they do get to know the actual person, not the one who is usually on show. I love that they can just sit, relax and talk together, not the usual storyline of one MC trying to impress the other.
I assume that Nick is going to get his own story as he is someone mentioned often in this book, but he was one character who I took a dislike to, he seems to do what he wants when he wants with no thought of the consequences to other people especially Eric.