doesn’t have much himself right now, Jeffrey feels bad for
the homeless people he sees around the city. Whenever he
can spare the money, he gives them some change. One day he
meets a homeless man who strikes him as different somehow.
Jeffrey invites the man for coffee, and when he discovers
that the man has no memory of who he is, Jeffrey finds
himself inviting the man to stay with him for a few days and
get out of the cold.
Perfect Gift is a sweet, hot tale of finding love in
unexpected places. Kind, caring Jeffrey was easy to
sympathize with. I really wanted him to be happy. The
mysterious homeless man was also an interesting and
sympathetic character. While amnesia in romance has been
done before, I was able to suspend disbelief and simply
enjoy the book. If you’re looking for a sweet, quick story
with a bit of heat as well, The Perfect Gift
is a good choice!