Brad and Duncan McKinley, brothers, best friends and business partners think that the most difficult part of the days ahead will be the aftermath of their coming out to their parents—but secrets their parents had been keeping from them all their lives come to light in a brutal fashion. The murder of their parents exposes a brother they never knew existed, a man without a conscience who is out to destroy them, but not before he reveals to them something that will not only change their lives forever, but also make them come to terms with the feelings for one another they have suppressed for years.
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He Ain't Heavy based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is darker than most of JP Bowie's stories, but it's good, very good indeed. Brad and Duncan are decent guys in love with one another, but because of their relationship, not acting on their attraction. But when a madman enters their lives, they are drawn even closer together, protecting one another from the evil that suddenly surrounds them. Intense and well worth reading.