A Slice of Loveby Andrew Grey
A Taste of Love Story
To make a small fortune, start with a large fortune and open a bakery. That’s the advice Marcus Wilson has heard. Unfortunately, Marcus doesn’t have a large fortunejust a bakery, A Slice of Heaven, in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and the determination to make it successful. He needs more help than he/i>/b>/i>
A Taste of Love Story
To make a small fortune, start with a large fortune and open a bakery. That’s the advice Marcus Wilson has heard. Unfortunately, Marcus doesn’t have a large fortunejust a bakery, A Slice of Heaven, in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and the determination to make it successful. He needs more help than he can afford, so when he hires accountant Gregory Southland, it’s for hours in the shop as well as on the books.
Gregory takes a second job at the bakery to help pay the bills now that his health is improving. Soon he’s looking forward to spending time with Marcus, but as the businessand their relationshipgrows, so do the complications: First Marcus’s stepmother involves him in a cause that could give the bakery a reputation it doesn’t need. Then Marcus and Gregory disagree over whether to involve A Slice of Heaven in a civil rights dispute. To top it off, Gregory’s ex-boyfriend makes an appearance just when he is at his most vulnerable. But the greatest complication by far is Marcus and Gregory’s struggle to learn to trust each other and themselves, especially when it comes to baking up matters of the heart.
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The 4th book in the series (and the last one at this point in time, although I hope there are more coming!). These MC's are great. Writing about a MC with HIV is tricky but the author does such a great job! The author doesn't get into too much technical detail about dealing with HIV or recriminations about how he got it - the MC screwed up when he was young and contracted HIV, just like many people have, but his life, and especially his love life, don't end there. It was great to read about someone making a mistake but overcoming it too. Additionally, all the MC's from the other stories made appearances, albeit some just briefly. They are all just so sexy, charming and wonderful - it's great to revisit with them even briefly.
Andrew Grey is like potato chips - you cannot just read one of his books. This one is part of his restaurant series, a series that I love, and it is delightful, if a bit formulaic. Erotic M/M romance, adults only.