Steven Conley loves owning his own Hamburger Mary’s restaurant in Denver, Colorado, and his chosen family of coworkers makes life even better. Steven never regretted leaving the corporate grind behind until his father’s harsh deathbed words leaves him doubting himself.
Ryan Fuller abandoned a lucrative career to start his own party-planning business, but he keeps afloat by coordinating funerals. When Ryan bumps into Steven - his best friend’s uncle and the man Ryan has secretly crushed on forever - the attraction explodes into a night of passionate abandon for both men.
Steven is blown away by the care and deep connection he feels for the hot young funeral director - until Ryan admits who he really is. Reeling from the recent upheaval in his life, Steven must decide whether to give Ryan a chance. To find love, they must risk it all...
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There is heat and heart between Steven & Ryan
Before Steven had always been a strong and supportive character. At 46 Steven thinks, he has all his worries and insecruities mastered. But his father on his death bed has only loathing and hurting words for his son. Suddenly Steven constantly questions his life choices and becomes rather silent. The young funeral guy, handsome and willing, seems like the perfect outlet for some of his inner turmoil. But instantly Steven realizes, this is way more.
When Ryan reveals that he is the best friend of Steven's nephew and has been lusting after him, the uncle, since age 12, Steven's life seems to derail completely. His meddling staff members are not much help in this situation either. Thankfully Ryan may be young, but he is also gentle, persistant and not easy to scare away.
I love this series very much because Brandon Witt has created such unique characters. He writes in refreshing authentic dialogues, does not shy away from serious topics and provokes the reader to think about his characters problems and emotions. Still his Hamburger Mary's noveallas are all making me feel good and smiling, a rare combination! Gay Romance with a huge age gap is not my favourite theme, but Ryan is truely a handful and often seems more grown-up than the rest.
Gerrod Larkyn has done another stunning narration. He made Ryan and Steven just sound so right with all their heat between them, confusion and then determination again.
The final scene with Vahin, Marlon, Darwin, Cody, Zachary, Teegan, ManDonna all sitting together made me sniff. I loved how all characters spoke up and thanked Steven for being an always true friend. Such a heart warming gesture and a perfect ending of this series.