For years now, I have neglected my friendships and romantic relationships in pursuit of my ultimate goal: to make it as a recording artist. Music is my passion and the only thing I want in life is to succeed in it. At least, I thought it was the only thing I wanted. But then I meet him...
Mason is just easy to be around. And since he owns his own record label, he might finally be the ticket to getting in the music industry. Even though he's a bit older than me, I genuinely feel like we could be good friends. Yeah, that's right, just friends. Because we couldn't be more than that, I'm straight! Aren't I?
Caleb is great, but he's too young for me.
Caleb might be sweet, cute, and incredibly talented but he's not for me. He can't be, I've dated too many younger men to know it just doesn't work. I need someone who is going to be in the same place in life as I am. And he seems to be straight anyway, though you wouldn't know it by the way he keeps looking at me.
I'll help him record his new album and I'll be a mentor to him, but that's it. That's as far as things can go. Except I can't shake the nagging feel that if I let him go, I'll be saying goodbye to my soul mate.
This standalone gay-for-you novel comes complete with a HEA ending!
Record Love by Hayden Hunt was a sweet GFY story of waiter Caleb and record producer Mason.
The story was very much told from inside the characters heads, sometimes with each spin on the same occurrence.
Although the premise of the story was good, it fell flat and slow, especially when he relationship progressed. The story quickly progressed to six months later with little sense that anything important occurred. I wasn't convinced of Caleb's sincerity in loving Mason and at times I found Mason self-serving.
Secondary character Grandma Mary stole the show with her quick wit and sunny disposition.
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