This was a wonderful short read; a feel-good story with just the right amount of angst. It is wonderful to read about characters who are not in the first flush of youth. Glen is in his forties and Aston is fifty, both men have histories – both with each other and separately – and they are still attracted to each other when they meet again twenty years after Glen ended the affair they had at the time.
This is a short read but it’s a complete story. There’s enough back story to define the characters and place the reader in the middle of events. The conflict between the two men is realistic and the resolution very satisfying – if maybe a bit cheesy (but hey, even Glen and Alton agree with me on that).
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. If you’re in the mood for a well written, well told charming and satisfying short read you are probably in the mood for Dancing Days.