Friday, July 5, 2019

I’ve Got You by Becca Seymour Release Blitz

When a single dad and a newly outed veterinarian meet by chance, it takes red-cheeked conversations, a tentative friendship, and the willingness to put their hearts on the line to show these men they’re made for each other.

Single dad Davis Jackson is busy balancing his coffee shop and being the best dad he can be. That doesn’t mean he’s not lonely. After a fumbling encounter with a man who looks as gorgeous as he does unhappy, Davis is left wondering who the mystery man is.

All Davis knows is that he has never felt such an instant attraction to anyone before, but when he discovers the brown-eyed man’s identity, it’s clear the recently out-of-the-closet veterinarian is lost and quite possibly broken.

A low-angst stand-alone contemporary M/M romance featuring characters from Let Me Show You.

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I cleared my throat, suddenly aware I’d stayed quiet for a few seconds too long. “Hey.” My voice was gravelly and sounded unnaturally deep.

The guy paused in front of me, his hands dipping into his jeans pockets. He was quiet for a beat, seeming to contemplate what to say.

“You know Rex then?”

I nodded and then took a glance at the large head resting on my lap. With a small nod, I smiled. “Yeah. He finally likes me, so I’m taking it as a win that we’re friends.”

The brown-eyed man’s head tilted slightly, his gaze scanning my face a moment before his eyes returned to mine. “So you’re a friend of Carter’s?”

A humorless snort burst free, not enough to startle Rex, but enough for the guy to raise his brows. I cleared my throat again, not especially liking the fact that it seemed to be closing up and becoming uncomfortably dry in front of this guy. “Well, sort of. We used to work together.”

“Not anymore?”

I bit back the bitter retort dancing on my tongue, tempted to ask if that wasn’t what “used to” explicitly meant. There was no need for me to be so defensive or any bigger of an asshole than I already had a reputation for being.

“Nope. Just trying to figure out my next move.” I clamped my mouth shut, wondering why I’d shared so much. He sat on the lounger beside me, stopping my analysis. “Please, take a seat.” Damn, I really needed to learn to keep my mouth shut and stop being a dickhead. “Sorry.” I threw him a small grimace, noticing both of his perfectly arched brows were lifted, his attention solely on me. There was also a small smile on his lips. I was positive I saw it twitch.

“Hey, I can leave.”

Though, he stayed put, making no indication he planned on moving. He didn’t even shrug or twitch as he spoke.

While solitude had been what I’d craved, I was smart enough to recognize that just maybe not being alone was a good thing. Being alone, I was discovering, was not helpful at all. All it did was give me too much time with my thoughts. And that had a habit of screwing with my head. While I’d sought the quiet, especially since my blowout with Carter a while back, I recognized how dangerous isolation could be. Loneliness was a slippery slope.

Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

I highly recommend you read the first book in this series, Let Me Show You, it will give you so much backstory and you will enjoy this book more. We met Davis and Libby in the previous book and we also see Carter and Tanner again from book one. When I found out who was in the second book, I was worried that I would hate Scott like I did in the previous book. Let's just say he redeemed himself. I really enjoyed the pace of this book. Davis has the hots for Scott right away, but he won't do anything until he feels Scott is ready. Throw in little Libby and it is so sweet. There is a little angst in the book but not too much. The author says she doesn't think she will write more books in the series, which is kind of sad, I was liking these guys. Maybe we could have wedding books or books when they have babies???

We met single dad Davis and vet Scott in the first book in this series. I wondered given what we know about Scott before starting I’ve Got You, if I’d even like him. But I quickly learned the why behind Scott’s behaviour and I felt his contrition. It was clear to me that Scott needed compassion and some support in his life.

Sometimes when I read books about single parents it feels like the kid is only there as a prop. This is not the case in I’ve Got You. Davis’ daughter Libby felt like a part of their lives, maybe because we’d met Davis and Libby already. I felt a real sense of family and community with Davis and the people in his life who cared about him and Libby.

Scott and Davis’ romance is slow to build but never boring. The attraction between them is there right from the start and feelings grow over time, building a solid foundation for a serious relationship. It was lovely to a have a romance where the relationship and not their sex life takes centre stage. Davis and Scott’s romance is just lovely. This is two guys living normal lives dealing with real life issues and I always love that in a story. I thoroughly enjoyed I’ve Got You. It gets four stars from me.

Becca Seymour lives and breathes all things book related. Usually with at least three books being read and two WiPs being written at the same time, life is merrily hectic. She tends to do nothing by halves so happily seeks the craziness and busyness life offers.

Living on her small property in Queensland with her human family as well as her animal family of cows, chooks, and dogs, Becca appreciates the beauty of the world around her and is a believer that love truly is love.

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