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Delivered Fast

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Delivered Fast (2015) Annabeth Albert

Delivered FastThis is probably my least favorite book in this series so far, mostly because it starts with a hook-up, and a LOT of the story is centered around their boinking.

That doesn’t make it a bad story, but it just isn’t my thing.

Chris O’Neal is co-owner of The People’s Cup, a coffee shop that does a vegan / vegetarian brunch on Sundays that’s popular with all kinds of folks. Unfortunately for him, the other owner is his ex, but luckily Randy works at the other location, so they don’t have to deal with each other every day.

Lance Degrassi is working hard to finish college so he can get into his dream grad school, but between his job delivering for the bakery and school, he and Chris eventually manage to carve out and on-going thing that is definitely NOT a relationship.

It’s not a relationship because Chris is certain he is entirely too old for Lance, and a serious relationship would keep Lance from living his life and discovering who he could really be.

And that’s what keeps the two apart–Chris certain that he’ll ruin Lance’s life and keep him from the life he deserves if they become exclusive.

What I did like about this story was Lance’s family, and how loving and supportive they are. We only see things from Chris’ POV, and life and coming out were very very different for him than from Lance, which colored part of his assumptions.

But as I said, the relationship wasn’t particularly me thing, so this definitely wasn’t the book for me.

Publisher: Lyrical Press
Rating: 6/10

Categories: LGBT, Romance, Sexual Content     Comments (0)    

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