I really enjoyed this story. The way Jason and Jules began their relationship just seemed very believable. It was easy to feel the varying emotions from Jason when being with Jules for the first time. Even though there was a pretty big age gap, and they seemed to be very different on the outside (Jason being a successful lawyer and Jules being a struggling musician from the streets), they turned out to be quite the good fit for each other.
The only real thing that bugged me about this was the frequent use of terms to describe each man. The American, or the Frenchman. The older gentleman, or the younger man, etc. They were frequent enough to be noticeable and distract from the story.
I'm looking forward to reading the other books in this series, which I understand are stand alones, but I'm hoping to see these two again.