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Eyes Only For Me by Andrew Grey

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Eyes Only For Me by Andrew Grey

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About the Author
Andrew grew up in Western Michigan with a father who loved to tell stories and a mother who loved to read them. Since then he has lived throughout the country and traveled throughout the world. He has a masters degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and now writes full time.
Andrew's hobbies include collecting antiques, gardening, and leaving his dirty dishes anywhere but the sink (particularly when writing). He considers himself blessed with an accepting family, fantastic friends, and the world's most supportive and loving partner. Andrew currently lives in beautiful, historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Publication Date
November 23, 2015
For years, Clayton Potter's been friends and workout partners with Ronnie. Though Clay is attracted, he's never come on to Ronnie because, let's face it, Ronnie only dates women.
When Clay's father suffers a heart attack, Ronnie, having recently lost his dad, springs into action, driving Clay to the hospital over a hundred miles away. To stay close to Clay's father, the men share a hotel room near the hospital, but after an emotional day, one thing leads to another, and straight-as-an-arrow Ronnie makes a proposal that knocks Clay's socks off! Just a little something to take the edge off.
Clay responds in a way he never considered. After an amazing night together, Clay expects Ronnie to ignore what happened between them and go back to his old life. Zero nice surprises him and seems interested in additional exploration. Though they're friends, Clay suddenly finds it hard to accept the new Ronnie and suspects Ronnie will return to his old ways. Maybe they both have a thing or two to learn.

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Friends to lovers.
(Updated: November 19, 2015)
I am struggling a little with this review.....this is a great friends to lovers story, complex characters and beautifully insightful writing; but I didn't actually like either of the MCs.
Clay is a very straightforward, plain speaking man, the guy his friends know that they can rely on, not only for his honesty and advice, but for practical help too. My problem with him? He talks too much. He is incredibly understanding, very wise and empathic, but he often left me feeling as though I had listened to a sermon.
Ronnie on the other hand, couldn't be more different. He is a very wealthy man, with, seemingly a rich man's outlook on life - anything and everything can be bought. He is also, at the beginning of the novel, more than willing to entertain partners that he knows are only interested in what they can get from him.
This story is told from Clay's point of view, however, it is Ronnie that, throughout the book, faces the major emotional upheavals, and his thought and emotions would have been key in connecting with, and understanding his character better.
Clay and Ronnie obviously have great chemistry - physically they  were on fire, but for me, their relationship felt more like friends with benefits than anything deeper. They loved each other,  that much was clear, but my lack of connection with either of them made it difficult for me to engage with them as a romantic couple.
This is a good story, with well written, well developed characters. There are some seriously hot steamy scenes, and deeply profound dialogue between the main characters, despite my lack of liking for them. It is certainly worth a read.
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