The cover had nothing to do with the story that I could see, although it did make me hungry.
This is the second story in the Anchors' series. I haven't read the first story as it is M/F and not a genre I read.
This was a 2 to 3 hour read but I have to admit that it felt longer, I think this is because the story got bogged down in unnecessary parts of the story.
I enjoyed parts of the story more than others and I think the author missed an important focus of for story, and one that she had set up at the beginning of the story.
Dante - come on, he owns a comic book shop, he needs a 'hobby' so decides to open a drop in place for trans/queer teens, he's respectful and considerate to his partners. What's not to like?
Did I mention the drop in centre for trans/queer teens?
The relationship between Dante and Kit. Very sweet. Respectful.
The relationship between Dante and Con (his brother, who is trans) and the support given between the two.
The 'family' dynamic was perfect.
Story got bogged down in too much information when it came to the law suit. I skimmed a lot of the law suit information. It had no bearing on the relationship and added nothing to the story.
The teen centre idea was introduced early on but wasn't given full rein until the end. I would have liked this to be a partial focus of the story rather than the law suit.
Not enough on-page relationship development. This links into my next point...
Time jumps. There were several annoying time jumps where you would expect important relationship developments to take place. In fact after one of the most important events there was then a 4 week time jump, which was disappointing.
Overall I enjoyed this story but it could have benefited from a deeper/stricter edit.