Title: Sunriver Surrender: Surrendering to the truth you’ve always known
Author: Sean Reid Scott
Length: Novel (153 Pages)
Publisher: SrS Publishing (December 30, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts
Blurb: KYLE & JENNI TATE ARE HEADED for a two-week vacation at the Central Oregon resort of Sunriver. Unfortunately, earlier this week, they received some bad news. Kyle hopes the vacation’s timing will give them a chance to deal with the depressing reality they now face.
FURTHER COMPLICATING MATTERS, Kyle’s been hiding a secret from Jenni these past years. When the couple meets a handsome bachelor, Dustin, Kyle is forced to deal with the reality he’s known all along. It’s a reality that could alter the Tate’s marriage— if not end it. If Kyle explores his hidden desires, will Dustin reciprocate? What about his commitment to Jenni? Kyle realizes that he can’t fight himself anymore. But Dustin definitely has some qualms about the situation; he’s very non-committal. Yet, are Dustin’s reservations rooted in something deeper?
THEN, IN THE MIDDLE OF THIS TURMOIL, a horrible accident spirals everything out of control. Kyle is faced with the reality that he indirectly caused the accident, and now he has to make a monumental decision
Review: This story is a bit confusing to me but it was pretty good. In fact I could see it happening. I am just not so sure what to think about it in all aspect. Kyle and Jenni have been married for a time and were now going to take a two-week vacation in Oregon.
Things are not going as well as expected though. He comes across Dustin at one of the restaurants and was taken by him. He had always known he was gay but married Jenni hoping that it would fix his attraction to men. It wasn’t working out to well for him.
Kyle and Dustin are hanging out then it soon turns to some very hot sex. That is until Jenni finds out.
Now Kyle has to make the decision to stay with Jenni and fix their marriage or divorce. He knows that he is hurting Jenni, but it is hurting him, too. Dustin seems to think time away from him might help also. To me this whole story is one screwed up mess. Although it does have some very hot scenes.
I didn’t much care for this story. I have always hated the gay guy marries the girl to hide his desires, but in the end he cheats on her and gets caught. However for him Jenni is a little better with it all in the end. I want a story that does not involve cheating and breaking up homes. I don’t much care for the gay guy who marries the girl to hide. It just seems so stupid to hide one’s self from not only the outside world but to himself.
I would recommend reading it, but for me it was just missing all my major points.
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