Can a swan make peace with his ugly duckling past?
Chubby geek Jimmy Zebulon’s heart broke the day his high school crush, Danny Parker, looked on as his teammates tormented Jimmy. Fifteen years later, Jimmy is long gone, and from his ashes has risen Graham Swann, a movie-star-handsome law firm owner. Graham thinks Jimmy and his past are long forgotten - until attorney Dan Parker shows up for his first day of work.
Getting injured playing college ball was the best thing that ever happened to Dan. It turned his future in a better direction and allowed him to emerge from the closet that trapped him.
Graham wants to believe his childhood dream can come true, but he can’t bring himself to tell Dan who he really is - and their pasts might ruin any chance for a happily ever after....
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Revenge isn't always so sweet.
Graham has a secret past that he wants to keep hidden. He is no longer the geeky, fat, pimply faced boy that was picked on in high school. He is now trim due to his marathons, triathlons, and training. He is a successful attorney with his own growing practice. When he meets dan at a triathlon there is a niggling of familiarity but he can't place it. Then he finds out his new hire is none other than Danny Parker the football player that did nothing to help him the day he was shoved in the mud by Dan's peers. The reason he swore to change and never be That boy again.
Having torn his knee in college football was the best thing could happen to Dan. He wasn't happy playing football. He went on to be a successful attorney, marry a man and adopt a lovely daughter. Now a single dad he needed more time with his growing daughter so when a colleague from law school contacted him for her firm he moved from New York and a little closer to home.
This is a sweet take on the ugly duckling trope and office romance. Its a sweet story with some twists and a few sad moments. I fell in love with both men but little Lacey stole my heart.
The narration is good and I really enjoyed listening to the story. Since I read the book too, I think I liked the narration even better.
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