I wasn't really sure what to expect going into this novel. I had never read this author before, so it was going to be exciting either way. I am a fan of M/M books. I love them. This novel wasn't amazing simply because it was m/m. There was actually very little sex in the book, and ya know what? That is perfect, because this story doesn't need it.
Living in a world of expectations, Justin decides it's time for one last wild ride before he allows his mother to tether him down in her world. A trip of remembrance. A trip that will allow his to not only say goodbye to the one person who has always loved him - his father, but a trip that will allow him to spend the last few months of his seemingly normal life with his best friend. The best friend that holds his heart.
Landry has loved Justin for years. Probably since the beginning of their friendship. He never said anything about it. Why? Justin is straight. So why put his heart on the line? Landry is looking so forward to traveling across the country is throwing a stone or two in the plan that Justin has for his trip. What's a few little side stops? But as each day passes, Landry begins to notice things. Justin begins to notice a few things. How do they deal with their budding attraction and allow Justin to follow the life that has been planned before him?
Justin's dad always said "Trust the Focus", Justin just never realized he was referring to more than the one on his camera.