Now note I did say start a book feeling for the MC, but as I read on, I did get rather irate with Grant. He had a way of rubbing me up the wrong way! It was more or less how he portrayed himself, even one of the other characters said he was stuck up! I understand the trust issue, but he was painting everyone the same way as his ex-boyfriend and business partner.
Dave comes into the story when Grant was visiting his friend Ty. They got on well when they realised that both were sort of in the same business, except Dave was hands on with the work and Grant was someone who worked behind the scenes, organising others to do the work.
They meet again when Dave accepts Grants invitation to stay at his house while working in Melbourne. Everything seems to be progressing well, Dave and Grant seem to be growing closer the more time they spend together, including sleeping together and pleasuring each other too.
However things start to change when Grant asks Dave to go to a party with him, and then leaves him alone to go networking. Things are also made worse by Grants so called friends. By the end of the night Dave is steaming mad and Grant seems oblivious to it all. On the return home, any progress made seems to have been lost. Grant manages to make things ten times worse by keeping important secrets from Dave, and it looks like their fledgling relationship is doomed to fail before it has really got started.
Can Grant ever finally trust Dave to open up and reveal the remaining secrets? Will Dave actually want to stay with Grant once he learns this? Well that you will have to find out reading the book!!!
I had been waiting for this book to come out, and Nic Starr did not disappoint me. I think of the three books, this one is my favourite. By the end, I loved both MC's, especially as they were as different as chalk and cheese. I should also mention here..... omg I love love love the cover - drooling!!