Jamie Taylor is a physical therapy tech
in the rehab center where Grant Stevens is sent after his
car accident. Friendship quickly blooms between Jamie and
Grant, but the son of the rehab facility owner, Donnie
Wilkins, wants Jamie for himself. He doesn’t like that Jamie
and Grant spend so much time together. In fact, he doesn’t
like anything that takes Jamie’s attention from him. When
Grant is released and moves in with Jamie to recuperate,
Donnie’s possessiveness towards Jamie turns to obsession.
Grant is the love of Jamie’s life, but Donnie wants him out
of the way to keep Jamie for himself.
Grant has never been with a man before
and Jamie wants Grant more than he’s ever wanted any other
man. Things between them go from platonic to kissing then
sweet romance to hot sex and back again. They were
definitely made for each other. Donnie, the stalker, adds
an edge to an otherwise sugary sweet story. Even without
Donnie, Jamie and Grant’s relationship has plenty of
emotion, giving it a lot of depth as is. I like where
Love, Jamie starts and how Grant and Jamie’s
friendship begins. I like where they go, how they transition
from friends to lovers, and I like where their story ends.
The element of danger draws them even closer together.
Love, Jamie is a good love story.