— feeling angry
Dancing Days (2015 Daily Dose - Never Too Late) - Clare London

This was one of those books that nearly made me throw my Kindle at the wall! The level of assholery on Aston's part was way beyond what I am usually prepared to accept.
He is a complete bastard to just about everyone for years;

"Deb [the wife he had 'forgotten' to mention to Glen back then] nearly caught me. We'd only just...finished, when she came home early from her charity evening."
"You were in the house?"
"Don't look so appalled, Glen, I have more respect than that. But we were in my car...." Which, of course, makes it so much better that he was cheating on his wife with various hookups!

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And when he and Glen got together twenty years later and the past was brought up - a past which had hurt Glen deeply - Aston's reaction was
"It's been twenty years, Glen. Bloody long time to hold a grudge."

 

It took ages for Aston to even apologize and then Glen jumped right in eager to take some of the blame for their relationship failing in the past. I hated that! Let the man grovel. He was the jerk, not you.
The ending was predictable; there was really only one kind of gesture Aston could make to fix things, and he did. But to me a typical too little too late.