I had a plan. Get a job abroad and leave my boring life behind. I land a great job and an even better roommate, but when my feelings move beyond friendship, I do the only thing I can to stop repeating my past — I avoid him. Then, one night, everything changes, and I need to decide if telling the truth is worth the risk.
Being attracted to the straight roommate is never a good idea. It only leads to pain and disappointment. But I can manage friendship, so why is Luke suddenly avoiding me? It all comes to a head under the wonder of the Northern Lights, and I have a choice — do nothing or make a move, risking my heart either way.
New to me author, but I love books set in Scandinavia so I was all in.
Quick, light, fun read. Zero angst here. The biggest angst was at the beginning when Luke decided he needed a big change in his life. What bigger change than going from England to a Norwegian island so far north it is in the artic circle for a one year job?
We are introduced to the small town in Norway and Luke’s new roommate Dalton. Sparks smolder for a while until coworkers trick them into going on a date. Definitely cute.
They quickly decided to be boyfriends and the rest is history.
Nice epilogue 2 years in the future as well…
It’s light, short, sweet, steam level low, angst non existent. I’ll call this my first beach read of the year.
3.5 pieces of eye candy