Author: George Keegan
Genre: Contemporary (M/M)
Length: Short (39 pages)
Publisher: George Keegan (August 4th, 2013)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts
Blurb: Over thirty and at a crossroads in his life, freelance writer Chris Thorne is searching for himself. At odds with his traditional family and chafing from the expectations of a close female friend, Chris faces more than the isolation of a life spent in front of his laptop, it is more the loneliness of his true self-struggling for acceptance against the judgment of those around him.
When Tony Costanzo, the handsome son of Chris’s Italian neighbors, comes for a two-week vacation from New York to help his father with renovations, Chris and Tony form a close bond that extends beyond mere friendship. Discovering that they are two souls constrained by tradition, they take the first step in moving beyond the isolation of their lives.
Purchase Link: http://www.amazon.com/A-Different-Dawn-George-Keegan-ebook/dp/B00ECB8HKI
Review: Wasn’t sure about this book. The author did tend to ramble a bit and give more description of people and things than necessary. However, I did like how he described what Chris was feeling about Tony and gave a little background information about his experiences that helped him to discover his sexuality. I loved the chemistry between Tony and Chris and how Tony just took control and swept Chris away.
The ending left an opening for a possible relationship between the two. I liked that also. Rooting for them if there is another book