Author: Scotty Cade
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: 12 December 2011
This book was: An ARC from NetGalley
This is the summary off the back of the book.
Years ago, Wes Stanhope fled his hometown of Charleston to escape the constraints of society and his controlling father, Colonel Robert Lee Stanhope IV. After completing medical school and building a successful practice in pediatric oncology in Seattle, Wes is called home for his mother’s funeral and presented with an opportunity to build and run a children’s hospital—his mother’s legacy—a choice he ultimately makes despite his misgivings about his father’s role as chairman of the hospital’s board of directors.
When Wes begins to build his team, he is introduced to a young, handsome black architect named Tyler Williams. Sparks begin to fly between the two men, and although Wes doesn’t identify as gay, denying his attraction to Ty becomes impossible. But Ty won’t be a dirty secret: if Wes wants to build a relationship, he’ll have to come out, brave his father’s racism and homophobia, and risk his chance to continue as the hospital’s CEO and realize his mother’s dream
This is what I think of the book.
This is a very sweet story of coming to terms with who and what you are and what you will do for the right person.
I liked this book but it was a little predictable, I saw the train wreck coming and I did enjoy the journey to the wreck but it was kind of obvious so was the fall out to a point. I think what I enjoyed the most about this story was watching Wes coming into his own.
The honesty between Ty and Wes was nice and I liked that the focus was on love rather then the sex of the person you love and that the gender of the person is not what is important. This is a book with a lot to say and it says it very eloquently and does it with out out being preachy making it very readable and believable and a book I would recommend.
My Rating: I liked this.