Great read. I enjoyed watching Adrian drop all his walls and let his personality through. He's lived for the past five years as a FAKE Adrian. His father has pretty much guilt tripped him into running a company and hiding all his desires. Pretending to be a straight man and utterly dull. But then comes Ben. A hunk of muscle redneck guy from Minnesota. Moving to San Fransisco to pursue a more active lifestyle with the LGBT community. He just falls in love with Adrian almost immediately, and it's not until he discovers Adrian is actually gay that he bothers to make any kind of move.The ending felt very very very rushed and before I could blink, it was over. That's really the only negative thing I can say. There was also some slight drama that was unnecessary, such as Ben's scare with a possible HIV infection. But that didn't bother me so much. All in all, I'd recommend this book. And I'll repeat that my favorite bit of the story was watching Adrian let himself out of his facade lifestyle and be the lover and the man that he wants to be.