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Love Has No Expiration by C.S. Poe

Love Has No Expiration

by C.S. Poe

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For many people, especially those ambitious enough to want to be a success, work is all there is. It’s easy to make a career your priority while you’re young, and it’s the right thing to do if you want to get somewhere. But in this story, Daniel is now forty-four and still believes work is all there is. He needs a major wakeup call if he wants to have a chance at love, and Keith is just the man to give it to him. Not that Daniel wants to see or admit that, but his learning curve is what this story is all about.

Daniel is a personal chef who cooks for a group of people who can afford have a highly trained chef come to their home and prepare meals for them, be it intimate dinners or parties. Daniel is ambitious, excellent at his job, and focusing on building a name for himself is all he’s had time for over the last few years. He figures there is nothing left for a personal relationship, and even though he is lonely enough to adopt a cat, he doesn’t think going out with Keith is a possibility. He also believes he is too old to have anyone, especially a much younger guy like Keith, interested in him. Sounds pretty horrible, right? Luckily Daniel can see how stupid his attitude is, but that doesn’t make it easier for him to deal with it – never mind change anything!

Keith is thirty, and doesn’t think he is too young for Daniel. He wants to be a veterinarian tech and works three jobs to pay for school. So he certainly knows what it’s like to be busy. The one big difference between him and Daniel is that he is still ready to make the time for a personal relationship. He falls for Daniel and does everything he can to show the stubborn chef that there is more to life than a career. I really liked Keith’s tenacity and charm, and was rooting for him all the way.

If you like stories with May/December relationships, if two amazing men who are made for each other, yet have trouble seeing that, are your thing, and if you’re looking for a sweet love story that happens later in life and is all the more wonderful for it, then you will probably like this short story as much as I did. It’s very emotional, contains more than a little angst, and has strong characters I couldn’t help but really like.

NOTE: This book was provided by Dreamspinner Press for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.
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There's more to life than work, and love has no expiration, even for those approaching their forty-fifth birthday.

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