The day starts off nasty with rain as
Tony stops at his usual haunt Second Cup for his morning
caffeine on the way to work. As he is running early, he
decides to sit a bit and perhaps miss the worst of the
weather. As others seem to have had the same idea, the shop
is busy with no open tables left. Spotting another regular,
he approaches him asking to share the table. As luck would
have it not only does he get a place to sit but ends up with
a date as well for that evening.
Tony and Brendan seem to hit it off at
coffee and the date goes well. Tony works temping, but his
real passion is art. Brendan works for an organization that
might be able to help kick start Tonyís career and get his
name out there.
Drew Zachary puts together an incredible story in a small
timeframe leaving you feeling complete at the end of
Loving the Rain. The menís lives are well written.
The sex scenes are hot and fast along with some slow and
sensuous. And all is done in a believable time frame which I
find highly important when Iím reading a contemporary
story. Loving the Rain is an excellent read
and one I would suggest to anyone who craves some male on