The betrayal by the foster brother he'd worshiped, taught Lucas Conover never to trust or believe in anyone. Living a solitary life doesn't free him of the nightmare of his youth; it reinforces his belief that he would never fall in love. When the death of one of his clients forces him to work closely with Dr. Jordan Peterson, he meets a person whose suffering exceeds his own. Though Jordan rejects his effort to help, something within Luke pushes him discover more about the first man to ever get under his skin.
As Luke lets down his guard and Jordan lets go of his pain, desire takes control. Each man must come to terms with past struggles if they are to create a future together. And learning to trust in themselves and love again after tragedy and a lifetime of pain, may be the only thing that saves them in the end.
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About the Author
I live in New York City with my husband and two children and hopefully soon a cat of my own. My day begins with a lot of caffeine and ends with a glass or two of red wine. I practice law but daydream of a time when I can sit by a beach somewhere and write beautiful stories of men falling in love. Although there are bound to be a few bumps along the way, a Happily Ever After is always guaranteed.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I absolutely loved this book. I didn't think book one could be topper but I was wrong.
I wasn't sure I was going to be able to leave Ash and Drew behind enough to get into Jordan and Luke's story. Was I wrong! Very few authors can pull off heartbreaking and inspiring in the same book, but this one has. Felice Stevens is quickly becoming one of only a few authors that I instantly "1-click" without even reading the blurb. Even though After the Fire centers on a different couple, I really feel that you need to read A Walk Through Fire first. There's something that happens in Walk that sets up After, so I don't feel it would flow very good if you try to read this one first. Some might call it "angsty", personally I don't see it as such, it's just drama in my mind, but whatever term you use it's very powerful on the heart and a definite addition to your TBR list.