Title: It's Complicated
After their umpteenth breakup, Brad Sweeney and Jeff Hayden are living apart and starting over from scratch. The morning after a promising first date, they’re more optimistic than ever that they can make it work this time . . . until Jeff’s ex-wife and business partner calls to announce she’s pregnant with Jeff’s baby. Brad’s already competing with a demanding business for Jeff’s time. Now there’s a baby on the way, and worse, he’s afraid Jeff is still carrying a torch for the woman who’s carrying his child.
Jeff is desperately trying to keep his life together, but before he can even get his head around the news that he’s going to be a father, his ex announces that she wants to leave Tucker Springs. Now he either has to take over her role at the shop while ferrying the baby back and forth from Denver, or move the business—and himself—with her.
Brad and Jeff knew reconciliation wouldn’t be easy, but they’re rapidly running out of room for compromise. And sooner or later, something has to give.(
Author: L.A. Witt
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Finding Master Right, Capture and Surrender, After the Fall, Static
Series: Tucker Springs
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Never a Hero, After the Fall
Published by Riptide Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: 28 April 2014
Genres: Male Male Romance
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It’s Complicated by L.A. Witt lived up to the title. Life for Brad and Jeff had been on again; off again and just when they decided to take a stab of relationship 101, life threw them a curve ball. Tucker Springs, home of the gay friendly population and the backdrop of the Tucker Springs series, Brad and Jeff are a part of the thriving town of businessmen and business owners.
Ms. Witt delivered angst and heart ache as the main characters traversed the murky waters of starting over and salvaging what could potentially be a meaningful relationship. The story told of bisexuality from an intrinsic POV as the book was actually an M/M, but still an integral part as Jeff dealt with a previous marriage and now an impending family.
The style of writing satisfied and this reviewer is never disappointed when reading a Witt novel. An HEA with a slightly cliché ending, It’s Complicated was worth the read.