Grayson Lynford has something to hide.
As a professional rugby player if it were ever to get out that
heís gay his career could end. Still, the worst part is
hiding his attraction for fellow teammate Jesse Peters, who is
straight as an arrow. While attending the wedding of his best
friend, Grayson has been assigned to share a room with Jesse
and the experience has been pure torture for him. But a
building intrigue about pictures of the bride and groom being
sold to the tabloids might just be enough to distract him.
Jesse Peters has been lusting after
Grayson for a long time. So much so that he finds himself
having vivid erotic dreams about the man and waking up calling
Graysonís name. How will he keep himself from giving himself
away when he is sharing a room with Grayson?
Best Man is an entertaining
book about two men who live hiding who they are, but still
looking for love and companionship. Grayson and Jesse have
their moments of angst while dealing with the issue of hiding
whom they love, but all in all they manage to have plenty of
erotic moments. Grayson is full of insecurities and while he
finds it hard to trust, Grayson still reaches out to Jesse
with hope for their possible future. Jesse is funny and
charming while very much remaining an Alpha man. During their
encounters you will find yourself overheating as a result of
the scorching passion these men share. However, the flow of
the story was a little rough, the dialogue didnít feel natural
and I felt the conflict was resolved in a hasty manner. I
wished to have seen a little of the consequences of this
weekend romp. Still, I liked Best Man and itís
a good read for a day at the beach.