Connection Error by Annabeth Albert
Series: #gaymers, Book 3
Published by: Carina Press on September 5, 2016
Rating: 4 stars (★★★★☆)
Josiah Simmons can’t believe he’s late for one of the most important flights of his career. He’s on his way to Germany to meet with the design team for an expansion to his company’s wildly popular game. Despite his best efforts, though, here he is. And although part of him says he should remain focused–he gets distracted easily enough on his own–he can’t help taking notice of the wildly attractive man sitting next to him. And it’s a bonus when he learns the guy is a gamer, and he just happens to play Josiah’s game.
Ryan Orson is hoping for an uneventful flight back to Washington, D.C., so he can get back to his physical therapy. His injuries have put his future as a Navy SEAL in question. But Ryan plans to do all he can to get back to active duty. When he meets Josiah, however, he decides the flight may as well be a little more eventful than he’d planned.
When their plane is rerouted to St. Louis due to weather, Josiah sees an opportunity to get to know Ryan better. But after he sticks his foot in his mouth, he figures he’s ruined that opportunity altogether. There’s something about Josiah that gives Ryan pause, however, and he finds himself willing to let things go long enough to help Josiah out for just one night. But what that one night might lead to is something neither of them has really figured out just yet…
This series is absolutely wonderful. The way Annabeth Albert writes characters is simply masterful. It’s so easy to get into their world as a reader. And the writing is so engaging that I always find it difficult to put these books down.
I do recommend starting from the beginning just for the purpose of catching these in order. But they can all be read as stand-alone books as each focuses on a different set of main characters.[Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.]