There are no accidents in life and everything happens for a reason… I strongly believe in this little quote and am sure it had been fated that Dale and Al’s path have crossed. Both men are having similar backgrounds by losing their parents at a very young age. Whereas Dale had to take responsibility for his younger sister, Al’s grandmother had been taking responsibility for him and never left him even enough room to breathe.
For workaholic Dale his world breaks apart as he’d been left with nothing more than the underwear he wears, after losing everything he worked hard for in a devastating fire. As an out and proud gay man he and being a Chef in his own restaurant had been his life, he never had much time for relationships, let alone any interest in fashion and fancy haircuts. That changes the moment his sister Chrissie got her way with him, even though he’s not happy about it at first.
Al’s life never had been easy in the clutches of a grandmother that strongly reminds one of those witches in a Brother Grimm fairy tale and I’m not talking about the nice ones, if there is any. For the shy young man his music is everything to him and every tune he plays is a mirror of his feelings. His life so far had been peppered with dark tunes until Dale comes in his life and sweeps him off his feet and proves to be his knight in shining armor.
The love story of those two wonderful men had been swoon worthy written by Max Vos! I got hooked right from the beginning and couldn’t put the book down until the very last page. Like I already said this book makes you believe in fate and that everything in life happens for a reason, because a love story like this is a once in a life time experience where you will find your soulmate, your everything, your Happily Ever After.. Also fate didn’t bring just love, it also brought them new friends that they needed so badly to solve the also wonderfully written “mystery” part of the book.
I highly recommend this book and want to thank the author for this fantastic reading experience!
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Play Chopin for Me by Max Vos #mustread
After a devastating fire, Dale Lusk shows up at his sister’s door in nothing but his boxers and a raincoat, desperately needing her help. Losing both his restaurant and home has left Dale without direction or a place to live. While pushing her handsome brother into a new wardrobe to match his model looks, Chrissie introduces Dale to Al Borkowski. Al is in desperate need of a roommate before his grandmother takes more control of his life. Little did Chrissie know when she pushed the two men together the sparks that would fly and the changes that would happen in all of their lives.