A little learning is a dangerous thing – Alexander Pope
Damiano’s parents have never had any faith in him, so it’s no surprise when his new boss doesn’t either. He’s determined to prove Graham Brandt wrong though, if only he could stop pushing the man’s buttons and dreaming about tearing them off. It’s frustrating being a hot-blooded young man, particularly when your sexy boss is straighter than the level he uses on job sites.
What do you do when your ex-wife won’t come home and you can’t stop thinking about your obnoxious apprentice? You lose your damn mind, apparently. That’s the only explanation for why Graham agrees to let Dami teach him how to explore his unexplainable desires. When the lessons are over, however, Graham learns he may have misunderstood not only sex education, but Damiano Andropolis. Why does Graham always want things he can’t have?
The second story in the Men of Olympus Series.
I read the first book (You Again) and loved it, but then Graham and Dami came and blew my mind!
It’s an age gap, kind of bi-awakening trope (I say kind of because I don’t want to ruin the real thing that went there) – which both are my favorite tropes!
Graham was this severe, older man who didn’t know how to act or react when he saw Dami’s fun and flirty actions.
Their chemistry was on FIRE!
Dami was such a sweet, maybe naive guy that all he wanted was to help his parents and to be independent.
What I loved the most was the emotions and heartfelt moments the author brought out of Dami and Graham in this rom-com.
I thought one was very emotionally closed, and the other was easygoing and fun, so seeing them like that was even more powerful and incredible.
This book was so very STEAMY, really FUNNY, and absolutely PERFECT!
I was so honored to be part of the beta readers team, and I can’t wait for all of you to read the fantastic love story between Graham and Dami!