Devil's Food at Dusk by M.J. O'Shea
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Remy and Joe - Remy is settled in his life. I like that you can see that while he isn't wildly happy he does like his life and for the most part knows what he wants. Joe is busy grabbing for the brass ring and doesn't have a clue about what he wants. But when it's really too late we see Joe get a clue to what he wants and in some ways what Remy really wants as well. I love that he is willing to admit he messed up and is will go to great length to repair the damage even if he doesn't get the second chance he's hoping for.
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