Life has been crazy for Bull and Ian lately. Ian’s graphic design business is doing well but keeping him busy, and with all the adventure and crises surrounding their friends, the guys have barely had any time for each other. They realize it is time to stop and reconnect with one another and there is no better way than finally having the wedding they have been anticipating. Bull can’t wait to reaffirm for Ian that sense of family that is so important to him by officially making him part of the Connor clan. And for Ian, marriage is something he dreams of but never thought he could have before Bull.
Once the decision is made, the guys are determined to make things happen fast. Although it doesn’t seem possible, they manage to plan a wedding in just a few weeks in Disney World, a place Ian has always wanted to go. Surrounded by their close friends who have become their family, Bull and Ian celebrate their love for one another and the deep connection they have found together.
Their Reason is the follow up to Bull and Ian’s original story, For a Reason, and focuses specifically on their wedding and honeymoon. The storyline centers on the wedding planning, the event itself, and their trip to Ireland. There really isn’t a larger plot, nor does there really need to be. This story is a celebration of the love Bull and Red share and a chance to reconnect with them and their close friends. We get a chance to check in on Ty and Chase with the kids, see how well Javier is doing with therapy, and get hints of things to come for Chris and Owen. It is sweet and mushy and a nice treat for fans of the couple and the Sizzling Miami series who want to see these guys get the wedding and the marriage they have dreamed about.
I enjoyed this one and liked seeing these guys again. Reading this story just made me even more anxious for more to come in the larger series as I really enjoy these characters and the world Jessie G has built.
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