Evan is widowed father of four, who feels lost, depressed, lonely and guilty. The depression starts to end when he meets Matt, a known womanizer that is unsure of where his life is headed. I loved reading how these two characters developed and how their friendship was helping them get out of their funk. Slowly that much needed friendship turning into sexual attraction. The story was very sweet. Loved how Matt interacted with Evans' kids and the love they felt for each other. I thought it was a believable story of two straight men discovering their true sexuality with each other. It was endearing and realistic. I definitely recommend this book to those who are wanting to read their first m/m romance.