When tattoo artist Seth Wheeler meets his new neighbor, it’s like a revelation. Darren Romero is everything Seth wants in a man: hot, clever, single, and interested. For a minute he seems perfect. Then Darren drops the bomb: he moved to Tucker Springs to be a pastor at the New Light Church.
As a gay man whose parents threw him out, Seth has a strict policy of keeping believers at arm’s length for self-preservation. But Darren’s perseverance and the chemistry bubbling between them steadily wear down his defenses.
In a small town like Tucker Springs, Seth can’t avoid Darren—or how much he wants him. Which means he needs to decide what’s more important: protecting himself, or his feelings for his neighbor.
Covet Thy Neighbor is a great addition to LA Witt's Tucker Springs series.
When tattoo artist Seth meets his new neighbor, Darren, he's thrown for a loop. The attraction is instant, but one is an atheist and the other's a minister. Being a couple is gonna be a complication.
Their story is full of wonderful angst based on realistic issues. This is all well developed and certainly a great topic to explore. I personally enjoy stories with religious conflicts, but if you don't, steer clear. I did have to separate my realistic views this time around, however, as I just can't imagine a pastor falling for an atheist. But, for a story sake, it's a fun plot.
Together, Seth and Darren are hot. Starting with a hook-up, things soon start to heat up, and they can't fight their feelings when things start to feel serious.
Covet Thy Neighbor is a sweet, feel-good romance. I definitely enjoyed it.