Steve Campbell appears to have it all; a successful career, a beautiful home and a great car. Underneath it all though, Steve is lonely and dissatisfied. Even his encounters with leggy lab assistants leave him empty.
A chance encounter with a handsome escort opens Steve’s eyes to his true sexuality and what he wants – Connor Morrison, his best friend and business partner.
Connor used to love Steven but gave up on him when they never became more than friends and business partners. Getting ready to ask his boyfriend to marry him, Connor doesn’t see a future for him and Steve as anything other than friends.
Will Steve be able to come to terms with himself when Connor marries someone else? Can he find his own way to a happy ending?
Doubtless by Cat Grant is a sad book; the ending is just sad and I wanted to have seen Steve situation work out. I just wanted someone or something to throw Steve a bone.Steve’s distrust of his love for his friend and business partner affects his whole life. His denial of his sexuality affects his happiness and future. Connor doesn’t see how Steve really feels until it’s too late. He’s sure that they are just friends. Even when Steve finally tells Connor how he feels, you just know it’s too late to change the way things are.
I really felt bad for Steve throughout this whole book. I could tell I wasn’t going to like how this story ended and just felt depressed and defeated after reading this. Since I’m a romantic with a soft spot for happy endings, I can’t see myself wanting to read this ever again.