A free copy of this book was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.
The book starts off with Rich be assaulted/felt up by his third -possibly second- worst date ever. Finally getting the guy off him. Rick retreats to his rented room and where readers learn that he just wants to find love. Tired of guys just wanting to get off, Rick has determined not give those type of guys a chance anymore. When a regular customer at the coffee shop he works at invites him out. Rich politely shoots him down.
Diego Espinoza has had a crush on Rich for a while but hasn't been able to work up the nerve to ask him out until after he overhears Rich and one of Rich's his co-worker talking about Rich's potential love life. That lights a fire under his ass and he finally takes initiative, only to have Rich politely shoot him down. But Diego wants a relationship with Rich, and won't go until he gets an agreement.
I liked that Diego was so understanding and willing to support Rich and encourage him to do the things he liked. The danger presented in the book was really subtle. I was expecting more of an impact danger-wise whereas the focus was more on the relationship development. Which in a way allowed readers to come across that there was danger as the as Rich himself did.