Simple Pleasures by Aiden Bates

AUTHOR’S BLURB: Have you ever thought that you found the love of your life? Planned your life together, began your life together? Then watched as it was torn away?

When Ellis Connelly moves to New York City for the job of his dreams, he can’t believe his luck. As the well-paid nanny for a wealthy young surgeon, his days are filled with worthwhile work and his nights are spent socializing with the greatest group of friends. He may not be rich, but he knows how to have a good time.

Dr. Jasper Flint doesn’t have time for a social life. Between his demanding career and being a single dad, his schedule is packed, and he’s still brokenhearted over a painful divorce. After meeting his beautiful new nanny, however, Jasper wonders if it might be time to get back out there.

When the two men finally come together, life truly begins for both of them. It looks like a future of companionship, romance, and hot sex is in front of them.

So when an unexpected blast from the past shows up, and their plans come to a screeching halt, both Ellis and Jasper must prove their love to themselves and each other… a task that ends up being harder than they ever thought possible.

This book contains sexually explicit content and not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. This book is approximately 70,000 words, has a happy ending, and does not end in a cliffhanger.

MY REVIEW: It was nice that the guy with money was getting shown a different way of life without it becoming a big deal. And the poor guy figured out the rich guy really did just want to give him the best, and they had to get to know each other.
Now, the Michael twist and how he handled it? Poor form, dude. Poor form.
Overall, a good story that was well-written and interesting and I might even enjoy reading again later down the road. Possibly.
I did voluntarily read a copy of this in exchange for an honest review.

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