There usually has to be some sort of romance involved for me to pick up a book. Anything with a strong emotional undercurrent is bound to get my attention. Contemporary, PNR, H/C & M/M are my favorites.
While I was initially leery of this one, another case of a bad title and that I wasn't overly impressed with a previous work by this author, this one is turning out pretty decent. I'm enjoying it so far. Nate's nickname (Trouble), relationship and attitude (the pest) toward his son are quite endearing. It's very long-suffering. I typically don't like children in my m/m books, but these are more or less teenagers and they're amusing. ;)