Tristan works for Webber and has for the last two years. He has a secret though, he loves his boss but because of a past lover is content to admire from afar without getting involved in any kind of romance. Out of the blue Webber invites Tristan on a working holiday. They have a few weeks to sort out their feelings for each other and redefine their relationship.This is a hard one to classify. It's probably the most romantic M/M that I've ever read. That has good points to it and bad ones, tbh. Good in that it was a sweet read with likeable characters and a pretty angst light storyline, bad in that the characters and storyline felt a bit artifical to me. Can a story be too romantic? I sound like such a scrooge but while this was a cute, gentle read it just wasn't really to my taste. If you're in the mood for a super sweetly romantic M/M then this would be an excellent choice.