When a veterinarian and a construction worker connect, it takes mishaps, mistakes, and a Rhodesian Ridgeback named Rex to show them they're made for each other.
Dr. Carter Falon is content living a quiet life in a small town caring for his animal patients. That doesn't mean he's not looking for a distraction. After finding himself precariously wedged… naked and at the mercy of a drop-dead gorgeous construction worker, Carter hires his savior to renovate his home.
When Tanner Grady's best friend and new niece needed him, he uprooted and relocated without a second thought. His life has since been centered on work and spending time with his family, but when he comes to the rescue of a cute vet, Tanner finds he's a lot more interested in the homeowner than the house he's renovating.
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If you love your romance without a lot of angst (which I do most of the time), Seymour delivers beautifully. Tanner and Carter have a fun first meet that kinda makes it hard to ignore their attraction to each other but they do try. Once their feelings overcome that whole contractor/client thing though, it is pretty much a done deal. Tanner & Carter complement each other quiet well and work to create a nicely-developed relationship. There is a little trouble at work for Carter but he does his best to handle it, with support from Tanner & friends. It adds that little bit of drama to an otherwise smooth read of strangers becoming friends then becoming even more. If you prefer warm fuzzies (and some heat) to commotion and hullabaloo in your romance, Let Me Show You is a perfect choice. With characters to pull for, a romance to give you feels, and enough steam to keep you turning pages, Seymour’s latest has it all. **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
3.75 stars ................... “Let Me Show You” by Becca Seymour spotlights veterinarian Carter Falon, who is renovating the house he inherited from his grandfather, and Tanner Grady, who has uprooted his life to support his best friend who has become a single dad. A memorable first meeting gradually develops into a sizzling relationship, but it seems that life in the small town of Kirkby may not be as peaceful as they would like. This contemporary gay romance is a sweet celebration of multiple facets of love—between best friends, adult and child, human and pet, friends, family, and lovers. Although there is a conflict, for me, it seems a little forced and the resolution is even more awkward, but that doesn’t detract from the warmth that is evoked by the love and affection that the rest of the characters share with each other. One can’t help but be charmed by the darling Libby and sweet Rex, touched by the blossoming relationship that develops between the main characters, and amused by Carter’s irrepressible mom. I was a little disappointed that someone with the drive to become a veterinarian would fail to be his own advocate, especially with the support system he has, but I understand that something was needed to provide a bit of angst and possibly lead to a sequel. This is a quick undemanding love story that gives the reader a warm fuzzy feeling and a reason to cheer for two bighearted men who find that missing piece in their lives. A copy of this title was provided for review