Title: Loose Connection (Loose Connection Urban Love #1)
Author Name & Publisher: A.E. Ryecart
Publication Date & Length: November 18, 2015 – 276 pgs
Falling in love was easy, making it work is the hard part…
There has never been a time when Rick Taylor hasn’t been out and proud. With his Kylie ringtone and rainbow coloured clothes he’s poster boy gay with a capital G, and determined to live by the mantra bright and loud, stand out in a crowd.
When he accidently outed himself, Matt Connell’s life went into freefall. Estranged from his family and carrying a ton weight of emotional baggage, Matt strives to forge a new life for himself as he comes to terms with the man he truly is.
It may be lust at first sight, but Rick and Matt know they crave more from each other than just a one night stand as they tumble, head first, into an all-consuming and passionate love affair.
A star-crossed couple, a charismatic city and an irresistible supporting cast, Loose Connection is the first in the Urban Love contemporary gay romance series.
Buy this book today and immerse yourself in Rick & Matt’s London love story!
Rick is a true romantic at heart just looking for is happily ever after with the right man. Matt is out but not all the way out still dealing with past pain and working through being okay with himself the way he is. Matt is also a plumber and that is how he meets Rick when he comes to fix Ricks boiler. There is a instant attraction between these two men.
Now this book is about a super fast relationship that quickly turns into a marriage well maybe too quickly. You will see the every day life of these men and the point you realize maybe you do not know your partner as much as you had thought. Is there a point where it is too late for these men.. Now I am not going to say because that would be a huge spoiler lol.
I really liked the way this author wrote this story and these characters.. Yes even Zack, Ricks best friend who I was not a huge fan of at first but you quickly realize there is more to him then meets the eye and there may be something hiding inside of him that makes him act the way he does.
All together I really liked this book!
A born and bred Londoner, she may have moved to someplace more leafy but the city is still very much part of her DNA, which is why her books are set in and around present-day London, providing a thrilling, metropolitan backdrop to the main action.