with the boys from Big Enough for Five, we find they
no longer have the publication business, opting to move in
different directions career wise. As they separate during
the day they always come back to each other in the evening
showing one another why their unusual relationship of five
works. Now there is a new man who wants to be a part of
what the boys share.
musician Rhymer has been watching the boys for a while and
he has a strong attraction to each one of them especially
Marcus. Not wanting to tamper with what they have the boys
keep their attractions toward Rhymer to themselves. Is there
a place for one more in their relationship and their hearts?
Rhymer certainly hopes so.
Room For One More is just as fun and interesting as
its prequel. I enjoyed seeing what the boys were up to and
the comedic relief of Baz is always entertaining. I was let
down a bit with the conclusion of the story. I felt there
was this great build up, but no follow through. Iím hoping
there is a third book to show how things progressed after
this one concluded. Even with that bit of disappointment,
Room For One More is still enjoyable with its
sweet quirkiness that only Willa Okatiís unique writing
style can provide.