Micro-Review: Covet Thy Neighbor (Tucker Springs #4) by L.A. Witt
Covet Thy Neighbor is a love story between two men, one of whom is a Christian minister and the other an atheist tattoo artist, so I’ll assume if you’re interested in reading this story you are at least a little open minded about both m/m relationships and differences in religion. That said, the characters are likable and deeper than surface level and their discussion of religion and homosexuality is well written, engaging without being overbearing or offensive either way.
The characters have depth and their conversations- and disagreements- are believable. The conclusion of the story is satisfying and makes sense, and doesn’t require either of them to change who they are to be with the other… a happily for now that the reader can easily envision becoming a happily ever after.