Connor is back to visit his hometown for the first time in several years. Growing up without much support in the way of family in a town where being gay wasn't largely accepted led to him moving to the city and never looking back. He's only returning now to attend his uncle's funeral and determine what to do with the land inheritance.
Jed comes from a big religious family. Unlike Connor, Jed is not open about being gay. He's afraid to let anyone know because if it affected his reputation negatively, in a small town the impact could be detrimental. Jed already has the added pressure of stuttering and running a farm, which isn't a secure job.
As Connor and Jed spend time together getting to know each other, they see things differently and are inspired to make changes in their own lives. I'm not a fan of a lot of ridiculous drama so I super appreciate the realness of this story. Yes, there are issues for the characters to overcome. Everything isn't perfect in their world, but it happens realistically.
Blueberry Boys is easy to follow and understand. It's sweet, sexy, thoughtful and romantic. After reading it, I had a satisfied, uplifted, happy feeling. I recommend it those looking for a subtle story of life and love.
***Copy given in exchange for an honest review***
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