Review: Silver Foxes

Silver Foxes
Silver Foxes by Grant C. Holland
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*

Thirty years ago Byron Finch believed his best chance at love was stolen by another man. As the years unfolded, he realized that Gage Barlow found true love instead. Byron’s life unfolded successfully by almost anyone’s standards. He was the successful owner and designer of BF, a top level fashion design firm, and he lived in a stunning condominium overlooking the city of San Francisco. He had everything but a man at his side.

Gage’s life was much more modest, but he was happy and fulfilled until tragedy struck just one year ago. His husband Ross fell victim to cancer leaving Gage grief-stricken and alone with the couple’s rescue dog Durango. When his thirty-year college class reunion arrived, he knew that Ross would want him to attend.

Decades have passed, but the attraction is still strong when Byron and Gage cross each other’s paths again at Wilson Ridge State College. Can love strike twice for Gage, and can Byron be given a second chance?

Silver Foxes is a stand-alone second chance, friends to lovers gay romance novel with steamy scenes, no cliffhangers, and a happily ever after ending


Second chances and two older guys, falling in love and were friends before? Oh yes, this is an intant-buy for me.

I really liked this book and the character developement was good. Sometimes a few aspects felt a bit stiff (no pun intended XD) and both guys could have been a bit more connected.

On the other hand the past they share is great explained and shown in the book also how both guys were separated over the years.

Although there was and still is a chemistry between them a few parts were rushed; overall I give 4 out of 5 stars.

A good story with older protagonists who aren’t dull or naive or too young. Also there is a great realism and the fact that both get their second chance is sweet and nice.

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