Ben's shook up when two of his work colleagues come out. Ben considered himself liberal and broadminded but also straight. Macho construction workers aren't gay. They just aren't. So of course, he can't stop thinking about it. And he can't stop thinking about Tom.
But if Ben falls in love with a man how will he tell his family, his friends and his son?
Tom is slowly getting over the heartache of his past when he's swept away by a straight-acting but flirty scaffolder. With enough baggage of his own, should Tom spend time with Ben when he discovers Ben wasn't acting? Is it time for Tom to ditch the low paid work, pick up the threads of his life and resume his professional career?
©2016 H J Perry (P)2017 H J Perry
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4 out of 5 stars
By Violet Marshall on 21-08-17

Ben, Tom and Benji. A Family Maybe!

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This audiobook is the third book of The SHS Series. What an captivating book the writing was amazing. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. I found the story and characters likeable. The characters and world are developed fully and wonderfully. Ben and Tom are the MC’s of this book. There was humor, a son, friends, workmates, hiding, cleaning, a surprise party, an art show, laser tag and swimming, hot steamy moments as well and so much more in this book.

The narration it was good. He was good about showing action and emotion so it wasn’t monotone. It was lively and each character a different voice. His accent fit in the story line. You could understand what was said and the meaning throughout the audiobook.

Here is a quote, “It’s the same cooking routine that you witnessed the other night. My ability to drag bags of ready food from the freezer knows no limits.” “If you can eat it, why not? Is it pie, chips, and peas again?” “No. It’s roast potatoes on a Sunday. That’s how we know what day of the week it is.” Ben chuckled and opened the freezer door.”. There is more but you will need to listen to the book which I can highly recommend.

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4 out of 5 stars
By lani samayoa on 24-10-17


Ben and Tom meet in some unusual circumstances. Tom is a friend of Ben's coworker. Ben never really let himself entertain thoughts of being interested in guys, but when his coworker's father announced that his son was married to a man, it made it hard to hide and stop his thoughts. Ben met Tom and felt things that he couldn't hide. He didn't want to hide them. These two are sweet and the Tom getting the strength to do what he has always dreamed of is a big deal. I enjoyed hearing this book, and look forward to others in this series.

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