Title: Elements of Retrofit, 2nd edition
Series: Thomas Elkin Series, #1
Author: N.R. Walker
Length: Novella (89 Pages)
Publisher: Pride Publishing (August 4, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts
Blurb: Generation versus generation, traditional versus contemporary, these men are about to learn a lesson in architecture and love. Can they prove that the old and new can be the perfect design?
A successful New York architect, Thomas Elkin almost has it all. Coming out as gay and ending his marriage before his fortieth birthday, he needed to start living his life. Now, four years later, with his relationship with his son back on track, and after a few short-lived romances, this esteemed traditional draftsman thinks he knows everything about architecture, about life.
Cooper Jones, twenty-two years old, is about to take the architect world by storm. Talented, professional, driven and completely infuriating, Cooper is the definition of Generation Y.
Starting an internship working with Thomas, Cooper is about to knock Tom’s world off its axis. Tom can teach Cooper about the architecture industry, but Cooper is about to teach Tom what it means to live.
Publisher’s Note: This book was previously released under the same title. It has been re-edited for re-release with Pride Publishing.
Product Link: https://www.pride-publishing.com/book/elements-of-retrofit
Review: This is the first book by this author that I have read and I have got to tell you that it was amazing. I wasn’t so sure about the age difference between them, or the fact that it was his best friend’s father, however it was hot.
Thomas had been married at one time and had a great son. However when he realized the lie he was living it took a little bit from the previous life. He didn’t have the perfect relationship with his son that he wanted. So when his son comes to visit with a friend he was surprised but happy. That is until he met his son’s friend Cooper.
Cooper was going to be interning at his friends fathers company. He was shocked that he got to work with Thomas. He was even more surprised by the heat they seemed to have. Things were going to heat up with these two that is for sure.
I must admit I wasn’t sure about them being together, but I was glad to see them both together. Although I understood Thomas more than I did Cooper, I knew what Cooper felt was strong.
It was a great story and I look forward to reading more by this author. I had a blast with it.
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