The Hand-Me-Down

The Hand-Me-Down

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by Zahra Owens
     
 

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When a volcano erupts in Iceland and leaves globetrotting headhunter Jez Robinson stranded in Barcelona, he isn't sure what to do. He has a hard time sitting still, so deciding to make the best of his situation, he pays a visit to his old friend Nick Stone, a retired porn star he shares a history with. Only the visit doesn't go anything like Jez

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When a volcano erupts in Iceland and leaves globetrotting headhunter Jez Robinson stranded in Barcelona, he isn't sure what to do. He has a hard time sitting still, so deciding to make the best of his situation, he pays a visit to his old friend Nick Stone, a retired porn star he shares a history with. Only the visit doesn't go anything like Jez expected.

First Nick introduces Jamie, his much younger lover, a man so painfully shy he can't even bring himself to talk to strangers. The love he and Nick share is plain to Jez, but also puzzling, because Nick was never the monogamous type. Then Nick tells Jez he's dying and wants Jez to look after Jamie.

In his whole life, Jez has never committed to so much as a house plant, so at first he refuses. But Nick and Jamie are insistent, and soon Jamie worms his way into Jez's graces and his bed, determined to do the convincing Jez's heart needs.

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ISBN-13:
9781613727638
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
09/14/2012
Pages:
250
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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The Hand-me-down 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JacksonJG More than 1 year ago
A very well written story dealing with an unusual plot, of a dying man anxious to see that his partner is taken care of after his  death by a good friend.    The good friend is a business man,   and the partner is extremely shy with some complications.    A very moving story.