I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
Okay first off to start I didn't think I would like this book as much as I did. Jackson and Chase both made an appearance in the first book, Jackson more so than Chase. They both didn't really leave me with a lasting impression.
In this installment, three month have passed since the ending in Buzz. Jackson, seeing his brother in love also wants the same, no rush, of course. So he meets up with an acquaintance, Chase, to ask for help setting up an online profile. The two have a fun outing but neither think the other has feelings for the other until much later. When everything seems to going well for them both Chase's issues catches up with them.
Like I said I really liked this one. I liked that Jackson never pushed Chase by asking questions or spying. He let Chase talk about his issues on his own time. He was supportive and fun and not at all pushy, a very perfect gentleman. There were a few errors I spotted but other than that it was a pretty wonderful read. I look forward to reading Thomas' story.