The third book in Con Riley's Seattle Stories series turned out quite a satisfying read, albeit not as great as the first one, After Ben. I loved the author's writing style and the characters, only our hero Aiden took a little bit too long to get down his high horse and accept some help from friends and family.
After Aiden's father commited suicide some years ago and left the family in financial debts, Aiden took it upon himself to provide for his brother and mother and keep up their lifestyles. He works himself more or less into the ground and only opens up when he's up to his neck in problems. Marco, his partner, has the patience of a Saint, I think I would have given up on Aiden earlier.
B- (the minus mainly for Aiden who is sometimes too stubborn for his own good.)