Ryan wants to open an haunted house in Las Vegas, same thing he saw in Los Angeles and the designer was Wes, another man who dared with his fate, leaving a job in the construction business to be an expert in haunted house all over the country. As soon as Ryan meets Wes in person, the attraction is immediate, but Ryan is more or less in the closet, and Wes was burned on time much from previous relationships. Both of them declare they wanted only sex, but it’s clear to everyone that it’s not where they are leading.
Between the two, the more romantic, even if apparently it seems not, it’s Wes. Wes is the one who seems to play more, the one who puts Ryan in front of his lies when Ryan is lamely trying to refuse Wes’s advances; Wes is the one to assure Ryan he wants only sex, a no strings attached affair. But Wes is also the first to talk about love, and he is also the one to prove to Ryan he has alternative in life, a life that can include also Wes.
As I said the story is simple, the sex good, and the relationship between the two without much bumps. Love is Scary is a good rest and relax piece.
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Publisher: Pink Petal Books (July 13, 2010)