Got Me Thinking (Vet Shop Boys Book 4) by Casey Cox

New divorce, new house, new pet pot-bellied pigs, Chase wants to spend time learning to be his new self. However, a run in with his neighbor down the street starts a friendship and connection neither man can deny. Can a single dad with no time for dating and a busy vet thinking about his first romantic relationship with a man get their timing right?

From the Got Me Thinking blurb:

He's a single dad ready to start dating again. I'm newly divorced and new to…well, everything. This is going to be a disaster… Isn't it?

When my marriage ends, I decide to buy a run-down house and get a drove of piglets. My friends think I'm having a breakdown, when really, all I'm doing is the one thing I've avoided my whole life––figuring out who I am.

One thing I'm quickly learning is that life loves nothing more than to throw you a curveball when you least expect it.

Take Fischer West. From the moment we serendipitously collide on a midnight stroll, he ignites something within me. We have a connection. I want to explore it, even though the timing is all wrong.

There's no way either one of us is ready for a relationship, so why has Fischer got me thinking it might just work?

SNik's Review:

Got Me Thinking is the fourth book in the Vet Shop Boys series , and can be read as a standalone but is more fun if read in order as there is a shared secondary cast. Friends to lovers. Single dad. Friends to lovers. Slow burn. Dual POV. 

Newly divorced, veterinarian Chase wants to focus on himself and living his new single life, getting back into cycling, raising some pot bellied pigs, and being an openly gay man. Chase doesn’t expect to start up a friendship with his neighbor Fischer, a part-time marketing director and full-time dad of twins, but they really enjoy each other's company until they both start wanting more. This is a story of two men falling in love even if the timing doesn’t seem right and working on building something that could last a lifetime. Both Chase and Fischer are likable, sweet, and like the other books in this series, Casey Cox knows how to write stories about couples that fit together and work to be together in their relationships. I enjoyed this book, the character growth as individuals, the steamy scenes, and the glimpse at their long term HEA.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

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