Title: To Live Again
The heart doesn’t take requests. It calls the tune.
Greg Douglas’s wife surprised him with an early 25th anniversary gift: a divorce. Staying with friends Ethan and Rhett seems like a good idea, just until he gets back on his feet. The guys have an even better idea to take his mind off his troubles—take him out to explore the other half of his bisexuality.
After a quarter century suppressing his hidden desires, he’s not waiting any longer. Especially not after laying eyes on the gorgeous deejay at Wilde’s.
Deejay and single dad Sailo Isaia isn’t looking for anything serious. He’s definitely not out to be a sexual teacher, never mind to a man almost two decades his senior. But as Greg gets the hang of having a male lover, Sailo can’t help himself. They both keep coming back for more. And more. And more.
But a few nagging questions hold Sailo back from giving his whole heart. Is this just Greg’s midlife crisis and rebound fling? Or a chance to fill that empty space—forever—for both Sailo and his beloved son?
Contains an older guy who’s waited half his life for this, a younger guy who didn’t realize how lonely he was, and some very hot visits to the upstairs VIP lounge at Wilde’s. Author is not responsible for readers who can no longer look at a leather booth the same way again.
Author: L.A. Witt
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Finding Master Right, Capture and Surrender, After the Fall, Static
Series: Distance Between Us
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: No Place That Far
Published by Samhain Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: April 12, 2016
Genres: Male Male Romance
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Talk about a book that was impossible to put down from the moment you pick it up! To Live Again easily falls into that category. I was so enthralled with the characters, main and secondary that I purchased the previous five books in the series within the first fifty pages of this one. I’ve noticed the series referred to as both Distance Between Us and Wilde’s. I’m guessing all the books have the characters working at or venturing to the bar Wilde’s. To Live Again easily works as a stand-alone. I noticed from the blurbs of the previous books that several of the secondary characters already have books. I can’t wait to read how those gentlemen found their happily ever afters.
At forty-seven years old Greg has just been tossed out of his twenty five year happily ever after with the mother of his three children. Until he can move into his first very own apartment he is rooming at his friends Rhett and Ethan’s home. So much is new to Greg. He got married and started a family fairly young. He’s looking forward to his new life though. He’s optimistic for the most part, just nervous about all the new and changing things. One of the new things that he’d like to explore is his attraction to men. He’s dying to find out if he’s just curious or perhaps bi… maybe even gay.
Wilde’s is known as a meat market where one goes to get exactly what they are looking for. Sailo is the gorgeous Samoan deejay. He loves music, his job, and men. When an attractive man falls into his lap he is not one to complain. When said attractive man wants to grab a drink with him he accepts. Life is simple and fun for Sailo. He’s looking forward to exploring some same sex fun with Greg. Having some hot and sweaty bedroom fun is great. The hookups keep happening and both men soon notice they are very comfortable with each other. That comfort leads to questions that neither have the answer for.
I enjoyed this book. I liked the flow that ran throughout the pages. Greg and Sailo get caught up in the fun and never step back to evaluate where they are going and by the time they get there and start looking for the pertinent answers they find themselves somewhere they never thought their sweaty fun hookups would go. I liked everything about this one and I’m looking forward to reading the others.