Format: ebook, paperback
Series: book 7 in The Coincidence series
Rating: 16+ language, sexual content
Genre: New Adult
In this book, we follow Seth from the beginning of the series as he meets Greyson and learns how to let go of the ghosts from his past and see that he has nothing to fear in loving Greyson.
The fact that this story goes back to the beginning of the series is a benefit for helping to tell the story of how Seth came to terms with what happened to him and how Greyson gave him the strength to love again. It’s a benefit that we already know about Seth and his past because now Sorensen can focus more on the relationship then developing Seth. But the downside is, she didn’t spend enough time developing Greyson.
The information that we do get about Greyson, it’s easy to see that he’s the perfect guy for Seth. He is secure with who he is and is patient to let Seth go through the motions of being in a relationship while giving him the strength to be comfortable about being gay.
It is a quick-paced story, but it’s not so fast that you can’t keep up with the story line and that the important stuff is rushed. It felt like reading a montage of their story together. You get glimpses of them falling in love and fall in love with them too.
I wish that we had more of Seth and Greyson (and maybe we will get another book in the future) because they are so cute together. Sorensen does end the story so that the characters are happy and together, you can assume that it’s not always going to be like this. Hopefully, we get another book as we see Seth and Greyson fight through the struggles of life and find a way to be together forever.
What did you think of Seth & Greyson?