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The seventh book in the Hedonist series, this novel can be enjoyed as a standalone but is better read with the rest of the series.
It's been five years since Flynn returned to New York and adopted his son, Cooper. In that time, not once has he run into his sexy biker ex-boyfriend. And then, at a party, Flynn and Matteo’s eyes meet, and in that moment Flynn realizes they haven't lost the intense connection they've always had between them. But the issues in Matteo’s life that drove Flynn away seven years ago are still present, and Flynn needs to guard his son’s heart as well as his own.
Matteo is shocked to realize the love of his life has been living nearby for such a long time. He wants to wrap up Flynn and his little boy in his arms and never let them go. Except Matteo’s grandmother still doesn't know he's gay. How can he disappoint the woman who has always been there for him?
Being with Flynn again and getting to know his little boy have shown Matteo what he's missing in his life, and this time he can’t blame Flynn for wanting more from him. In the end, Matteo must choose between familial responsibility and his own happiness.
The Single Dad and his Soulmate is a story of family and second chances containing the passion you’ve come to expect of a Rebecca James romance.
My Rating - 4.5 Stars!
The Single Dad and His Soulmate is a great second chance romance.
Matteo and Flynn have never forgotten each other. Starting a relationship again is just part of life's plan for them, but their original problems still exist.
Flynn's a single dad who has an adorable kid while Matteo is caring for his grandmother. The same grandmother that he wasn't able to come out to last time they dated, thus ending their relationship.
Their story includes jealousy and resentment, anger and frustration, and an hysterical parrot. It's a story of two men who are in love, but can't really be together.
In a no win situation, stuck between his soulmate and his grandmother. Honestly, the way things are resolved started to piss me off. But in the end, it's fabulous. Yes, I would have preferred something else, but it's still great.
Written in alternating first person pov, the characters fully come alive. I enjoy the writer's writing style and the wonderful characters she gifts the readers with.
Rounding off the story, the reader is treating to appearances from the other Hedonists, which is always fun. If you haven't read the other books, this is still easily read as a standalone.
The Single Dad and his Soul Mate is a touching romance. It's a fantastic addition to this series, all of which I recommend.