Sequel to Tigers on the Run
Documentary producer Simon and ex-footballer Declan are taking some big steps toward a lasting life together. They’ve bought a house, and they’ll need it for the family they plan to start. Their friend, Nyssa, has made the generous offer to be their surrogate, and Declan couldn’t be more excited about the idea of a baby.
Simon knows fatherhood is a huge commitment, and though it’s daunting, he sees how much Dec wants it, and he’s sure that together, they can succeed in anything—despite the worries nagging at him.
But just as their new life is taking shape, a health scare disrupts their plans at the worst possible moment. With time running short, Simon and Dec will have to bare their fears and doubts to each other so they can face them before their world changes forever.
It might mean a literal leap of faith.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Things are a-changing for Simon and Declan. They are engaged to be married, as soon as it becomes legal. They are possibly planning for a family due to Nyssa's generous offer. They are moving to a bigger house. And there is a health situation that throws them for a loop. It's always so good being back with Simon and Declan. I really appreciated how solid their relationship is now, how they both work to get through any hiccups in their lives, and how they can face their fears together. Simon is still wonderfully snarky and funny, and I loved how Declan just loves and accepts that. His deadpanned responses are just as hilarious. I loved the growth both of these characters show, and I can't help but want another story in their lives since Australia finally passed marriage equality. The secondary characters are still wonderfully there. But I have to give a shout out to a new one: Margaret. I hope that she will be making a reappearance in any (fingers crossed) upcoming books.
Story drags you in from page one. Simon and Dec are friends to me now. Kennedy writes a winner again. Can't wait for the next chapter.