Review: Making Ends Meet
Author: S.L. Armstrong & K. Piet
Publishing: Storm Moon Press LLC
Genre: M/M, Contemporary Romance
Seventeen. Father. Gay. Not the usual words that come to mind when you think about the young men today, but Zach isn’t like most his age. His first sexual experience with a girl left him with a decision to make when she told him she didn’t want the baby. From that moment on, Zach’s only thought was of Mae, his daughter, and what she needed.
Struggling to make ends meet, he worked and attended college on his own. His parents helped, but Zach wanted to do it on his own. Until one day, Wil came through his lane at work, leaving him with a friendly smile and his phone number.
Wil and Zach could not have been more different and alike. He was just what Zach needed. A calming voice when the stress of live weighed him down offering him whatever assistance he could. Zach worried that he would grow tired of dating someone with a child, but Wil never faltered. Mae loved Wil just as much as Zach, but would his love be enough?
I truly enjoyed this story. An unconventional storyline, but a refreshing point of view as two people in love struggle through life’s hurdles. I found myself rooting for these two from the start. First date. First kiss. Families are families no matter what the dynamic of the household. Two people who love each other that can offer a stable home should be the concern, not their sexuality. The author’s did a wonderful job of portraying these characters as true as possible. Kudos to you for getting it right.
Michele gives this book