Wow. A TRUE double GFY book…one where neither man had ever even considered or been attracted to or had an inkling of other men before… a rarity.I am a big fan of Kaje Harper. This, however, was not my favorite. I think the GFY angle was hard for me to embrace. Taking two very broken, very lonely men and having them find companionship and eventually love with one another…ok, I can see it happening. But, having them totally embrace the change (f’ing like rabbits, I tell ya!) and barely blinking twice about now being with a man…that was harder to wrap my head around.If I can get myself past that, the story itself was ok. It did feel like there was maybe one too many story arcs in the book…injured firefighter, custody battle, teenaged son, campus murder, death in the family, ALL on top of the GFY. But the strength, and where the enjoyment of the book comes from, is the relationship between the two MCs, John and Ryan. Good, good men that you find yourself completely rooting for. If you’re looking for a book with strong characters and the kitchen sink thrown in, this would work for you.