GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 53,382 words
He said ...So what if I thought he was gorgeous? He was also kind of a jerk. But then our kids decided to be best buddies, and I kept having to see the guy, and ... well, keeping him strictly as fantasy material who never opened his mouth got a little harder after that.He said ...I don't have time for a personal life. I've got a son whose medical history requires my full attention and a company I need to keep afloat in this awful economy. Making friends just isn't a priority. At least until the choice got taken away from me.They said ...On the surface, the only thing single dads Peter Irving and Aaron Hardison have in common are their eight-year-old loner sons. But both men soon learn that appearances can be deceiving ...EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
He Said, He Said by Jamie Craig is simply a sweet, cute and mild-angst romance with adorable children, meant to be read as a standalone in the Boys of the Zodiac series.
Peter Irving and Aaron Hardison are both single at the moment. Peter via divorce and Aaron with the passing of his wife. On the surface they are just two straight guys navigating life with their eight-year-old sons in tow. How many times have we been told not to judge a book by its cover?
The boys, Morgan and Sammy, are the catalyst bringing Peter and Aaron together. Although their initial contact doesn’t bode well for them. You understand this bit of interaction better once you get to know the four of them and their life experiences.
I enjoy how we see things from each of their perspectives. As an outsider you witness the misconceptions and assumptions each make; If these gents learned to communicate early on, they may have avoided some of their internal struggles and realized what was standing in front of