Title: Never Wrong
Author: Chris McHart
Genre: Contemporary May~ December
Length: Novella (105 pages)
Publisher: MLR Press (November 7th 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts
Blurb: Dean believes love is never wrong, but is that still true if there’s a twenty-one year age gap?
Jeff was raised to believe love between two men is wrong. Or is it? Can love ever be wrong? When Jeff meets the much younger Dean, he only knows he wants him, consequences be damned. But things are not as easy, especially after Jeff’s ex calls and announces big news.
And Dean? He thinks the new neighbor is hot, but he’s not interested in anything more than a rebound fuck. That’s what he tells himself, at least. But lust isn’t a good basis for a relationship, more so since Jeff isn’t sure whether he can deal with being gay.
Love is never wrong, but can Jeff accept that?
Purchase Link: http://www.mlrbooks.com/ShowBook.php?book=CMNVRWRN
Review: Never Wrong is a sweet romance about two men just getting out of a relationship. Dean caught his boyfriend in the act of cheating. He moved into a new apartment building to begin a new life.
Jeff left his girlfriend of 11 years because though he loved her, both were unhappy and he needed space to explore his feelings.
The moment Dean met Jeff he wanted him but thought he just wanted a rebound roll in the hay.
Jeff was really struggling with some hidden feelings but as much as he wanted Dean he had issues with the 20 year age gap.
This is a very sweet story. It started out little slow for me but towards the end picked up. There was actually a very memorable scene with Dean cooking for Jeff that had me rolling in the floor laughing. I totally fell in love with Dean. T
hough Jeff is more my kind of man…Dean won my heart. He is young, sweet, naïve, charming and all over a nice man. His personality really shown through the story. On the other hand. I liked Jeff but would have liked more from him.
The story line is good but a typical romance. There is a small twist that I did like the way that was handled.
So all in all this is a good Feel-good short story. If like a good sweet romance with a little twist, two broken men, friends to lovers and older man-younger man this is definitely for you.