You know how I always say Sundays are for reading and tea. I have an addendum: autumn Sundays are even more for tea and reading. And even better? If the book is set in fall.
So if you need something to read today, a story set in fall, something low-angst, second chances, two guys in their forties falling in love, I recommend this:
Sometimes love finds you even when you’re not looking for it.
At 47, Oren Walker isn’t looking for love. When he knocks on Pete Higgins’ door, all he wants is to thank him for helping his mom after she broke her femur. He never expected that one look at the man would make his knees weak and heart flutter.
Pete is happy—albeit a bit lonely—after divorcing his wife of 20 years and isn’t looking to replace her. But when Oren shows up, all grateful and handsome and in that fancy suit, the longing for the deep connection of a relationship flares up inside him.
As the leaves turn yellow, Oren and Pete spend a lot of time in honest conversations. Their attraction grows. Will the two men recognize the promise of new beginnings, and take the chance to find the happiness they both deserve?
M/M contemporary / 17809 words
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So why not make a cup of tea (or other hot beverage of choice), light a few candles, maybe put on a YouTube fire (or an actual fire if you’re lucky enough to have one), and read Orin and Pete’s story?
Happy Sunday 🙂