Blank Space is about Curtis and Adrian. They have reunited at a reunion concert for one of their favorite bands. They used to be together but have since met women, married them and started a family. While their past is in the past, it seems that they still have feelings for each other. Throughout the book they meet up to go to various shows and their relationship seems to evolve.
Although this book took me a while to get through, I had to keep going to see what kind of resolution would end up happening because it seemed that although both were happy with their wives and children, there still seemed to be some unfinished business between them. It was interesting to see what the options they came up with were and what ended up working out for them in the end.
I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.
About the Book
After a reunion concert for their favourite band, Curtis and Adrian remember all the things that used to keep them together before they met their wives and had kids. When Adrian’s conversation suddenly turns sexual, Curtis isn’t quite sure how to proceed. Their past together is long gone, but the unrequited feelings still remain. Curtis and his wife have always gone by the rule of look, but don’t touch, so talking, he figures, is okay.
As their conversations grow in frequency and intensity, Curtis starts to wonder more and more about what might have been with Adrian and what it could be now. Curtis still loves his wife, his family and their life together, which he thinks leave him with no happy options for anyone’s future…