Title: An Unconventional Courtship (Unconventional #1)
Author Name & Publisher: Scotty Cade (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: October 12, 2012 – 230 pgs
Tristan Moreau loves his job as chief administrative officer and personal assistant to Webber Kincaid, President, Chairman, and CEO of Kincaid International. It would be the perfect job… if only he hadn’t fallen in love with his boss as well as the work. After two years, he’s still doing everything in his power to keep his feelings hidden—mostly because he wants to protect the reputation of his famous boss but also because he wants to keep his job.
Webber Kincaid has stayed in the closet, using his best friend and confidante as his beard. Everything in his life was working out just fine until he met Tristan Moreau. Within months, Tristan stole his heart and became his lifeline. But Webber knows the rules of the workplace better than anyone, so he’s kept his distance.
But two years is too long to wonder “what if?”—especially when business takes them to a private Caribbean island. When Tristan and Webber succumb to the tropical heat, their professionalism starts to backslide. It’s a seemingly impossible relationship, making a go at it under the paparazzi’s microscope. It may be the best—or the worst—business decision they ever made.
This is a book I would say is about two people whom each love each other but they do it from afar. I enjoyed this book and I would say the reason that I gave it a four is because there was some parts that could have been elaborated more and unanswered questions about Deanna.
As far as the book as a whole I did truly enjoy it. I loved how Tristan and Webber both had feelings for one another but neither wanted to risk their working relationship. Or in Tristan’s case he thought that Webber and Deanna was a couple and that Webber was straight.
I did feel the overwhelming emotions that both Tristan and Webber felt when they first kissed and there was misunderstandings between the two of them. Both of their views on the situation was understandable and it made it very easy for both of them to come to their own conclusions on the subject even though they was both wrong.
The part of the book that I would have liked to see elaborated more on was the situation with Nathan. There is definitely a lot of optional of the whole Nathan situation.
The unanswered questions I had revolved around Deanna and how big of a roll Webber and Tristan were planning on playing in the babies life and hers since she said Webber would be the babies father even though biologically.
But regardless of those couple of things overall I thought this was a very good read and had my attention from beginning to end. Good job on a heart warming book Scotty Cade.
Scotty Cade left Corporate America and twenty-five years of Marketing and Public Relations behind to buy an Inn & Restaurant on the island of Martha’s Vineyard with his partner of over twenty years. He started writing stories as soon as he could read, but just five years ago for publication. When not at the Inn, you can find him on the bow of his boat writing gay romance novels with his Shetland sheepdog Mavis at his side. Being from the south and a lover of commitment and fidelity, most of his characters find their way to long healthy relationships, however long it takes them to get there. He believes that in the end, the boy should always get the boy.