"I need to know who I am on my own."
Adam Grant is ready to take charge of his own life. Instead of the corporate internship his wealthy, controlling father secured for him, he's going to spend the summer working in the mountains of British Columbia. He'll be outside his comfort zone and beyond the reach of his father's infl...more
Jase is not a likable character and he's so angry all the time, and mostly is completely unjustified.
Having started off trying to get Adam fired, Jase does a complete u-turn with no explanation.
There's absolutely no connection between Adam and Jase, the characters and dialogue are immature and lack development.
Unfortunately this didn't do it for me at all. DNF at 65%
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I loved this aptly titled novella, Adam and Jase may get off to a rough start, but the underlying attraction between them was impossible for me to resist. With Jase struggling to help his sister and under pressure to push his boss’ agenda, and Adam standing on the outside looking in on an entirely new world to him, once they do manage to get themselves on the same page, there’s a sweetness that stands in such contrast to the gruffness of ...more
Adam shows up at the logging camp, ready to try something totally out of his realm of experience, not ...more
This is my first Dillon Hunter story and I really enjoyed it! It had everything I look for in a MM romance! Adam goes against his rigid, controlling father and takes a job for the summer in the mountains at a reforestation camp. He meets Jase who is in charge of making sure Adam quits right away, on orders from Adam's father. But things don't always work like that. As their friendship turns to something more emotional and they become lovers, Adam discovers a lot ...more
(¸.•´ ★An easy read. 3.5 stars.
A lowly bet. Get rid of Adam and Jase could earn the money to help his sister out. Should have been easy, right? Wrong. Adam was nothing like Jase had expected, and after getting to know his new roommate, he found Adam to be more than a little distracting.
Proving his father wrong, that was all Adam wanted to do. He was too controlling and Adam just needed to escape for a while. Taking a logging job for the summer was his means of gaining back some semblance ...more
I really enjoyed the character of Adam, and I loved seeing him find his own way out from under his father's thumb. Jase was described as someone who was a jerk, but that didn't really ring true underneath it all. Jase was so worried about his sister and almost worked to make Adam's life miserable, but he tends to tell things like it is. He had a hard time lying to Adam, especially after he began to like Adam as a fri ...more
From the very beginning of the story, the anger Jase had about everything turned me off. Honestly, he didn't have a positive thing to say about anyone. I really did not feel any connection between Jase and Adam. And then to go from trying to get Adam fired, as he was told to do by the foreman, his feeling changed in the blink of an eye for no reason I could understand. Oh yeah, enough with Adam rolling his eyes. I counted 14 of them from Adam in a story of 7 ...more