By Michael Salvatore
During this sharp, enjoyable, wry-but-tender debut, Michael Salvatore follows one man's look for the ideal boyfriend in a hilariously imperfect world.
Single, a little bit neurotic Steven Bartholomew Ferrante loves his sharp-tongued unswerving acquaintances, his chaotic activity as manufacturer for the sunlight hours cleaning soap If Tomomorrow by no means comes, and his loopy Sicilian mom, no longer inevitably in that order. but at thirty-three, his lifestyles is a bit just like the peppermint mocha espresso beverages which are his favourite indulgence---fun, frothy, yet in simple terms superficially fulfilling. 4 years after his boyfriend kicked him to the minimize, Steve continues to be looking for a substitute. There's been no scarcity of informal couplings and one evening (or much less) stands, yet whereas different physique components are catered to, his center wishes whatever extra. anyone to proportion horny Sunday mornings and purchasing journeys to shop for pointless kitchen home equipment. anyone he can exchange realizing smiles with whereas dishing along with his group at their favourite Chelsea haunts. anyone to love.
And perhaps he's ultimately came across it. simply because if Steven's realized something from If the next day by no means Comes, it's that each storyline has it's twists---and the great thing about dwelling spoiler-free is that you simply by no means recognize who's ready at the wings.....