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Published by Pride Publishing Genres: Contemporary, MM
The very last thing college student Ian Cabot wants to do is travel to his father’s wedding. A decade ago a plane crash killed his mother and left Ian with deep scars, internally and externally. He has no choice however as his father has demanded his presence.
Successful businessman James Reynolds doesn’t have time to waste by driving to the airport to pick up the pampered son of his second cousin Alena’s fiancé. Getting coerced into playing taxi service irritates the hell out of him.
From the moment the two meet Ian and James both realize the other is exactly their type of man. Never mind the more than a decade difference in age and Ian’s lack of self importance, James is well aware how awkward things could get when family is involved. As for Ian he sees a man who could shed his pesky virginity once and for all.
Ian’s scars have kept him at arm’s length from any kind of relationship in the past. The fact that James is easily able to see beyond the scars only strengthens Ian’s desires. Close quarters in a car is nothing compared to a single hotel room when James and Ian are forced off the road by a powerful blizzard. Mother Nature at work indeed.
Never the Groom mixes pure electric chemistry and uncomfortable family issues in a lovely romantic tale. Engaging characters take charge in this sweet, sexy love story. Confident, straightforward James is the perfect counterpoint to shy, introverted Ian. Heartwarming and tender Never the Groom is a fast paced, feel good story to embrace.