A Minute More by Cora Rose (Timeless book 1)

Opposites attract, bisexual awakening and just enough angst and drama to make things interesting, A Minute More by Cora Rose is a fascinating read.

From the blurb:

I'll admit I've never had grandiose plans for my future. I'm really more of a "take it as it comes" sort of dude. But making minimum wage at a small-town sandwich shop wasn't exactly what I had in mind after college graduation either. It may not be an exciting life, but it isn't so bad. At least I have my amazing coworkers and friends who always try to make the workday fun.

Everyone, that is, except the new guy, Simon.

That guy is not fun. He's broody and silent, but I can tell that something interesting is brewing just under his surface. Day after day I try to get his attention, try to coax him out of his shell. He won't even look at me, let alone talk. It's making me a little crazy, if I'm honest.

I don't even know why I care—I'm not gay. But there's just something about him that draws me in. He's become this mystery that I need to unravel.

Until one night I get a small peek behind Simon's mask—a shared kiss, just a minute in time, and then it's gone.

I don't even know what to think. All I know is I need more.

I want all the hidden parts of him.

I don't understand this obsession, this need.

And I'm afraid that there isn't much I wouldn't do for just A Minute More.

Heather's Review:

Simon is a mystery, wrapped in a silent and broody package and Wesley is intrigued!  I love that Cora Rose slowly unravels both Simon and Wesley's characters- giving us a little angst and a little suspense as Wesley tries to break down Simon's defenses while exploring his newly found attraction to a man...

I also appreciate that Wesley doesn't just immediately jump into things when Simon asks... and while it brings tension, it's lovely to see how Simon emerges.

There are some emotional moments and a past death that overshadows the relationship, but overall A Minute More is a story of amazing chemistry and growing love overcoming hurt and building strong adult relationships.

Rating: 5 Stars

A Minute More is currently available in e-book format and will soon be available in paperback.  It can be read as part of your kindle unlimited subscription.