Politics, puppy dogs, and passion, oh my!
When his Republican opponent outs him with a photo in a Facebook post, Senator Samuel Dalton doesn’t have many options open to him. It doesn’t matter that the photo is totally innocent. He has no choice but to come clean… until his staff suggest putting a spin on it that leaves Sam reeling.
Sure, he’ll end up with a lot of sympathy, not to mention the possibility of more voters from the LGBT community, but it still seems a pretty drastic solution.
Now all they have to do is persuade Gary, the other man in the photo, to play along. It sounds so easy: convince the constituents of North Carolina that he and Sam are engaged.
No big deal, except for the fact that they’ve only just met….
I am mad at everyone for not telling me about KC Wells before now. Where have I been?? This was the sweetest, most entertaining story I have read in a while.
Sam, Senator for the good state of North Carolina is so deep in the closet only one of his closest friends knows that he’s gay. He doesn’t have a boyfriend or even a lover, choosing to channel all of his time and energy into politics.
Gary has just been accepted to Vet school and works part time for Sam’s re-election campaign. In a moment of celebration, Sam gives Gary a congratulatory hug on his acceptance to vet school and someone from the opposing campaign snaps a picture trying to spin it that Sam is hiding secrets from his constituents.
In a moment of insanity, Sam and Gary agree to Sam’s campaign manager’s crazy idea to pretend that the two are together, in fact they are engaged. Hilarity ensues as the two get to know each other, are followed by a photographer, and meet Sam’s parents.
Sam and Gary quickly realize they aren’t really pretending and that this thing just might be real, no matter how it started out.
Love. That’s the only way I can describe this book. I love it. There was a refreshing lack of drama between Sam and Gary, no matter how chaotic things began. There were so man laugh out loud moments. I found myself enjoying this book so so much and wondering how I had not read KC Wells before this.
Sam’s mom, oh my god. She’s hysterical. She’s my hero. Cherry flavored lube, I don’t need to say anything else.
Dinky, the rescue pup was responsible for more than one of my laugh out loud moments.
I loved all of the characters so much I find myself wishing for a sequel or a spin off. I really don’t think I could love this book anymore, there isn’t one thing I would change about any of it. Perfection!
5 pieces of eye candy