Rueben Taylor is nearing reaching his dream, a chance to play for the All Blacks Rugby Team, but while at a wedding, he meets someone he will not forget - Cameron Wano. Rueben is in the closet though, and with a totally homophobic father, he doesn't see any reason to reveal his sexuality - especially as it would affect his brother and nephew too, and that is something they he will not allow to happen.
Rueben and Cam meet for coffee, and it is obvious from their meeting that they are both attracted to the other, but it seems like they are doomed not to get together. This proves not to be the case, and they do meet, and before long they are an item behind closed doors, but not in public, and this is a major sticking point for Cam. He has been hidden before and he will not be that person again - and thus ended their togetherness.
Rueben's performance in rugby begins to suffer as he is missing Cam dreadfully, but to his credit Rueben knows that his actions alone habe caused the rift. It seems like there is nothing that can be done, but fate does have other ideas, and they are in contact with each other again soon.
How long will it be before they both need to be in the presence of the other, and will Rueben ever decide that he can come out of the closet and claim Cam as his own - or will his deep seated demons be ones that prove to be hard to overcome.
I really did enjoy this book, it was a real roller coaster of emotions, at some times laughing at things Cam would say or do, and then it would be feeling so sad at what was happening. All I wish is that it was a little longer, and that all the loose ends were tied up, but as this is the second book in the series, I am now wondering if this means that there is another book to be released.