Sequel to Breaking Faith
After serving six years for murdering his abusive father, Tommy Hawks is released from prison. He moves back in with what’s left of his family and tries to negotiate a new life with them and his partner, Brett, who has stood by him through everything. But moving on isn’t so easy.
For six years, Brett Derwent sacrificed any chance of a normal life: he spent his college fund on defense lawyers, drove hundreds of miles to visitation days, and had his love letters read by strangers and his phone calls monitored by jailers. Now he and Tommy are faced with the monumental task of starting over as adults when they hardly had the chance to begin together as teens.
Resentment simmers just below the surface, but so do gratitude and guilt. Brett and Tommy need to give each other the time and space to discover who they are individually, and Tommy especially needs the opportunity to stand on his own—even if that means another separation.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Wow! What an amazing book, love it as well as the first book Breaking Faith. It was a beautifuuly written story and I truly fell in love with Brett and Tommy. Highly recommend both books, and anything from this author! Side note... I loved these books and thought they deserved to be rated so I reviewed both books prior to this one, but as I submitted them the rating disappeared leaving it blank, very frustrating because they deserve the 5 star rating.