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There’s only one relationship that matters to Tameron “Tam” Kis—his love affair with dance. Life’s been pretty shitty, but dance got him through it and now he’s ready to focus on what he loves. He doesn’t have the bandwidth for any distractions—especially not his sexy, not-quite-straight new neighbor.
Driver Ellis doesn’t need anything but his bike and the open road. He wouldn’t trade his drifter lifestyle for anything…until his friend calls in a favor and Driver suddenly finds himself pet-sitting. Driver isn’t thrilled being stuck in one place, though things start to look up when he sets eyes on the gorgeous girl next door.
There’s just one problem… She isn’t a girl at all.
All it takes is one spontaneous dance to turn both Driver’s and Tam’s worlds upside down. They might not have been looking for love, but as things heat up between them, it’s clear life has very different plans.
Tam and Driver had all my feels people. I really loved this book, and my rating was on the way to a full 5 stars but I needed more of an ending, epilogue or something else. Basically, I didn’t want their story to end. Tam, the introverted was so stellar in this book, his story really showed him in a different light. He’s a fighter, he’s a survivor, he’s a dreamer, and a believer. I really felt for Tam, but not pity at all. I felt pride for him. He took his life and fought for everything he’s wanted. Then poor Driver enters Tam life and its over. Driver who isn’t able to stay put for long. He’s running from a past and doesn’t want to face any of his fears.
Both guys were equally amazing on their own. Both had similar thoughts and feelings but different experiences. I really enjoyed their gradual buildup to a semblance of any kind of relationship. I loved how they were getting to know one another with a friendship and their feelings escalated to a physical relationship. With both guys being so emotionally stunted, it was a wonder to see them grow to care, to learn and fall in love with each other.
This book made me have all the feels. I really enjoyed the character building. I don’t do angst at all, and it was alot of it to go around but it didn’t feel overshadowed by the other events in the story. I hope we’ll get to see the newer sassy boys with books. I look forward to Lirium’s story next. I think fans of this series will enjoy this installment alot.