This story will relate to anyone that went through the Winter of 2013. Even those of us in the South can substitute an impending Hurricane to the Winter storm portrayed in this book.
I’m a Romantic and this story pushed all the right buttons.
Our Main Characters Arthur and Samuel are at the Grocers and they both reach for the same loaf of bread. I think Arthur had it first, but then again he was sort of my favorite. Witty banter and silly flirtations bonded our characters together. With the promise of a future date, the quandary of whom the bread was going home with was solved.
This book was so sexy. Sexy as in how comfortable the characters were with each other, how easily they fell into a domesticated state. Sexy doesn’t have to be pages of penetrative sex, it can also be 2 guys getting to know each other from the simple touches and nudges to body exploration. Even trying to take a sneaky peak at the other through an opaque shower curtain. Brigham excelled at writing this, I pictured myself in the apartment on this ratty sofa playing footsie with my “boyfriend”.
Book Description Arthur Cain has removed himself from a social life littered with mistakes and unhappiness. When a freak April snowstorm hits, he just wants to stock up on the basics so he can get back to writing his thesis. Samuel Richards is a musician with a wicked sense of humor and he knows how to use it. The last thing he expected was to have it save him when he heads out for supplies and everything falls apart. The storm sends both to the grocery store, but neither had a “date” on their shopping list. It’s one disaster after another for Samuel, but the history student comes to his rescue. If only Arthur was as good dealing with live men as he was with dead Vikings
The French Toast Emergencies was last modified: May 4th, 2014 by GGR-Review