Agoraphobic Lucas Davidson spends his days watching people from his window, taking detailed notes of what he thinks their lives are like. Occasionally he’ll go downstairs to the Da Vinci Café and fulfill his quota for human contact. That’s where part-time clerk Jeremy Roberts meets him. Lucas intrigues him, so Jeremy coerces him into attending a Christmas Eve party, and one night of fun turns in to a morning of choices. Can Lucas accept the colorful world Jeremy shows him, or do his introverted issues run too deep for anyone to help him?– Synopsis,
I received a copy of From this Window from Netgalley for Review Purposes. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.
The story was cute, but really just needed MORE, this is a short story so I wasn’t really expecting too much though. I wasn’t convinced from the beginning that I would get a full and satisfactory story. I’m pretty satisfied with the events, but I wanted more from Lucas’s character. I generally felt like I couldn’t get a read on what his feelings were about ANYTHING until the end, when Jean did a little flash forward of the next few months of his life.
Not a bad read at all. Just don’t go in expecting depth really. I did really like Jeremy. I found him endearing, sweet and patient. Overall I wish the story was a little longer but it’s a quick, cute read for a wholesome M/M romance.
That’s all for this review! I don’t really have too much to say about this one as it was really short but I hope you still enjoyed this and let me know in the comments if you’ve read this and what you thought of it!