homophobic, bigoted father was hard enough for David, but it
becomes almost unbearable when his father, now suffering
from Alzheimerís disease, came to live with him. Davidís
life changed drastically to where it only consisted of work
and being his fatherís caretaker, and David was finding it
to be a very lonely life. Between work and worrying about
his father having a love life was impossible, but ironically
it was because of his father he meets Detective Travis Hart,
a man who has David longing for all that his life was
just broke up with someone and was not looking to get
involved with anyone else, but David was so unlike his
ex-boyfriend that it was difficult for him to fight the
attraction he felt for David. The more Travis got to know
David the more he realized he didnít want just sex from
David, he wanted love, friendship and of course sex, but
Davidís life maybe to complicated at the moment to give
Travis everything he wanted from him.
Davidís Dilemma is a very intense and emotionally
trying story. The real relationship of this story wasnít
between David and Travis, but between David and his father.
The strong tension and anxiety had me on edge thinking
something huge and very bad was going to happen and it had
me feeling for David because no matter what it was it was
going to change his life.
David and Travisí romance I liked them but I felt their
characters needed a bit more development, they transcended
from strangers to best friends and confidantes with the
reader not really seeing how that happened. Their
friendship was nice and refreshing but romantically they
came across as reserved instead of two men who were crazy
for each other, there wasn't much passion in their
relationship for me. I do want to commend Lynn Lorenz on
the Alzheimer's aspect of the story, from my personal
experience, I felt she covered that part very well.
Davidís Dilemma is a good story and it will leave
readers who are familiar with Davidís situation very moved.