Blurb: Six years ago, Noah Wheeler went to meet his boyfriend, Dante Cerreto, at the airport, and his world ended. Dante was kissing someone else and claimed to be in love. So Noah took his heartbreak—and the sonogram pictures of their surrogate child—and closed the door on the big picture of what he thought his life would be, focusing instead on the piece of the dream he got to keep, being a father.
Now on vacation in Las Vegas, Noah accidentally runs into the Cerreto family, and then the man himself, and learns that not only was he deceived, but Dante was as well. Now Dante wants to make up for lost time, six years’ worth, and to do that he needs Noah, the only man he’s ever loved, and Grace, the daughter he didn’t know he had, to give him a chance at happiness. Dante’s going to have to take a crash course in communication and seduction, though. Noah’s not going to fall in love just to be broken again.
Review: I choice this book, because the basic premise intrigued me. Would a man who’d been gay his whole life suddenly switch team, leave his husband and disappear into the night. It could happen, but it didn’t seem likely. Obviously, there was more going on than poor Noah and I knew. I couldn’t turn pages fast enough to find out how this wicked man could hurt poor, sweet Noah. And their little girl is a real scene stealer.
There isn’t a lot of sex in this book, but what’s there is hot and loving. Intellectually, I know that both Noah and Dante were victims, but my inner bitch really wanted Dante to suffer …a little bit. I enjoyed this book.