Title: Found at the Bookstore
Series: Book #2 in the Found series
Genre: male/male contemporary romance
Book length: ~89,500 words
After suffering a traumatic brain injury the final football game his senior year in high school, Ryder Garrett’s life was never normal again. Most days he’s happy when he can remember the way home. There’s no room in his life for romance or love, which means he’s destined to die a virgin.
Stig Minton doesn’t remember what virginity felt like. Twelve years older than Ryder, he’s been around the block too many times to count and has the scars to prove it...both physically and mentally.
But as these two men come together to help with a wedding, they forge a friendship, a friendship they both desperately need. As their relationship evolves, feelings go deeper. But is it stupid to risk this new—and, yes necessary—bond in pursuit of something that’s doomed to fail?
They both think they’re too broken to make this work. But what if they’re wrong?
Two broken souls may just be able to find reparation in one another...
Book #2 in the Found Series.
Ryder and Stig have known each other, but only in passing, through Mac and Tommy, but they get to know one another better when Ryder becomes ill and Stig takes him home and cares for him. They go their separate ways, but neither can get the other off of their minds. This is really surprising for Ryder who has always considered himself straight. As the two grow closer their feelings grow deeper, but will they give explore what those feelings.
Aww, I absolutely loved Ryder and Stig, they come together just when they each need someone the most. They fit perfectly together. They are both a bit broken, but as their feelings for one another deepen they slowly begin to put the pieces of themselves back together. They mend their heartache by learning loving each other.
This was a sweet story of hope and healing. The chemistry between Stig and Ryder was off the charts and the sex was smoking hot. The story has sweetness, friendship, family and of course, love. I loved how Ryder and Stig cared for each other, both physically and emotionally. I also loved getting to see Mac and Tommy and while this is part of a series, it can definitely be read as a standalone, but if you skip Found at the Library, you'll be missing out on a great story. Very enjoyable and absolutely recommendable!!