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As a physician and prominent citizen of Victoria, Texas, Dr. Gil Kelly took a hard fall when his vengeful wife revealed his infidelity with other men. Closing ranks around her, the town's elite ostracized him, and his relationship with his children was nearly destroyed.

After spending his life focused on living for others, he has no idea how to live for himself. He wants to find love but now settles for anonymous sex that only further clouds his world with shame and guilt. Gil believes finding true love is an unobtainable dream, what his father used to call "chasing the sun."

Then he runs into Tom Martinez, his son's childhood best friend, who returned to town a grown man and offers everything Gil needs. But Gil hesitates to fall into Tom's arms, because after his high-profile divorce, the potential scandal of loving a younger man could separate him from his children permanently.

©2013 Jacob Flores (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press

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  • JC
  • 18-05-15

May/December romance

This was somewhat better than the first story in this series. I actually liked Gil and Tom.
Gil is Zack Kelly's father (Zack's one of the main protagonists in the first story) and Tom is Zack's childhood best friend. So to say this had the potential to be really complicated is an understatement. But despite what the kind of drama that premise might present, I actually found this story to be... Very low on the drama llama factor. Oh sure there was the confrontation with the ex-wife and Zack, but it was resolved fairly quickly. I also think I would have enjoyed this better if we got flashbacks of Tom and Gil's interactions in the past, but I understand that with the big age gap and all, that might have been a tad creepy.
Anyway, this was better than the first story. As always, TJ was amazing and did an excellent job narrating the story.
If you're into May/December romances, you'll probably enjoy this. Even if you aren't, the narrator will probably make you like it anyway.

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  • Trio
  • 16-02-16

TJ Jamesin is truly fantastic

Would you consider the audio edition of Chasing the Sun to be better than the print version?

yes

If you’ve listened to books by Jacob Z. Flores before, how does this one compare?

first audio book by this author

Which character – as performed by TJ Jamesin – was your favorite?

Gil

If you could rename Chasing the Sun, what would you call it?

name is perfect

Any additional comments?

My all time favorite narrator - didn't disappoint that's for sure ;)

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  • Juan Carrillo
  • 09-01-15

heart warming

What made the experience of listening to Chasing the Sun the most enjoyable?

I have read the other books in this series and I love this writer because he makes u get into the lives of the chracters to understand them

Who was your favorite character and why?

Gil...he was so sad yet he wanted so much more from life and the way he was describe he's hot as hell

Which scene was your favorite?

Gil and tommy in the Pool

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed and cried I loved it

Any additional comments?

I hope all of Mr flores books get put on he's worth it