Title: Dreaming of You
Restaurateur Aden Ingle has been in love with the perfect man since his fourteenth birthday. Unfortunately, his perfect boyfriend only exists in his dreams. But Aden’s always believed it was his destiny to meet his dream man, and he's perfectly content to wait around for him to walk into his real life.
When he meets Logan Price at a Hotel/Restaurant Trade Show, he finds himself drawn to this man who shakes him out of his dream world. Pretty soon, the flesh and blood reality is becoming more appealing than the fantasy. The only problem is Logan lives half way across the country in California.
Aden's going to have to choose whether to give up everything he’s built for himself professionally and uproot his whole life for Logan, or wait for the man from his dreams to become a reality.
Author: Ethan Day
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: To Catch a Fox , At Piper's Point, Self Preservation, Love Me Tomorrow
Published by Wilde City Press Source: Publisher
Published: October 7, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
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Anyone who has ever spent any amount of time with Aden Ingle knows he’s a dreamer. It’s no surprise that he has a dream man that he has been having a relationship with for sixteen years. The problem with Dreamy is that he lives only in Aden’s dreams. Aden is realistic enough that he knows he needs companionship with a fleshy man during waking hours. This is why he has no problem spending time with the very sexy and perfect for him Logan Price. Everything about Logan draws Aden in. They’re more than compatible for each other. The only flaw that Aden can find is that he is not Dreamy.
Dreaming of You is written in first person point of view, Aden’s point of view. There were times that some of this got confusing. Readers are in Aden’s life at the present time of his going away party, meeting and building a relationship with Logan, and dreams with Aden and Dreamy. There were a few instances where I had to figure out if Aden was with Logan or Dreamy.
Let’s talk about the ending. I was not pleased with it at all. Perhaps my feelings and reactions (married heterosexual woman) about what Aden did in St Louis are irrational and nothing like what two gay men (written by a gay man) would feel about the events that happened. The unknown element did not sit well with me. Although maybe that little bit of unknown was put there to add small piece of speculation into the new era of Adan’s life. It most certainly is an unknown though.
*Logan drives a Jeep!*