This one is somewhere between I liked it and I loved it. It took awhile (and several starting attempts) to warm up to the story. I'm glad I stuck it out. I find Dakota a little too good to be true, and since his POV is first, I just didn't feel compelled to keep reading. Seriously, Dakota is well adjusted and loving and giving and understanding and OMG, there is no such person. Yes, I read to be transported to another world and I sometimes have to accept the unbelievable, but this is a contemporary story. It should have some
connection to reality. Finally, by page 38 we meet Wally. Wally is pretty well adjusted and super hero strength awesome, too. I like Wally, though.
So, we get some serious lust (bordering on insta-love) with 2 too impossibly perfect men. This story is all about the warm fuzzies. For the most part, I enjoyed the story and, since it's a library book, I'll read the next one in the series.