Designing homes is easy. Finding home is something else entirely.
Thomas Elkin and Cooper Jones finally have the support of their families, and their love grows stronger every day. Now living together, they think nothing can stand in their way.
But there are outside influences trying to pull them apart.
Cooper encounters a man, closer to his age and with connections high up the property development chain, who wants Cooper as his own. Tom encounters discrimination and a hidden agenda from a fellow senior partner who’s trying to take him down.
No matter what the world throws at them, Tom and Cooper are the real deal. Age differences aside, Tom has finally found his sense of place. His one true centre, his home.
Thomas Elkin and Cooper Jones finally have the support of their families, and their love grows stronger every day.
Reading the blurb I was worried a little, but there is no threat that would make them apart.
Yes, they have problems but there is nothing they can’t solve. The problems are external, and not within them. Their love is unwavering, and their trust and certainty in each other is unquestionable.
I love to see couples after their happy ending. Of course, I love novels ending with HEA (actually, I hate books with no HEA) but it is much better. It is so great to get more of a wonderful couple, to witness them to settling into their relationship.
Tom is the perfect partner for Cooper: he is supportive and comprehending. Everything he does for Cooper and for their relationship comes natural to him. Maybe not always for the first time, but eventually he knows how to make special moments beautiful and memorable.
Both Tom and Cooper are awesome, and together they are gorgeous!
The title is perfect, just as the titles of the two previous books are, oh, and the architectural references to their relationship – so fitting.
This series was an absolute delight to read. Highly recommended!