Logan Crane’s life changed dramatically the day a blind fit of temper resulted in him accidentally injuring his wife. Although he’s now in an abuser counseling program, Logan cannot face the real source of his unhappiness: he’s always been attracted to men but has refused to accept it since witnessing an act of violence. During his therapy, Logan meets Nick Zales, a counselor at a shelter for victims of domestic violence. Nick is understandably suspicious of Logan despite an immediate attraction to him. Logan feels the same attraction and faces a critical internal struggle as he finds himself falling in love with this enigmatic man. Both men are haunted by unacknowledged ghosts and abuse in their pasts. How can they help each other heal if they continue to ignore their own wounds?
About the author:
Felicia Watson started writing stories as soon as they handed her a pencil in first grade. When not writing, Felicia spends her time with her darling dogs, her beloved husband, being an amateur pastry chef, and still finds time for her day job as a scientist. Felicia is also the author of the critically-acclaimed science fiction drama, We have Met the Enemy.
(5 Stars) If you’re in the mood for a well-written, angsty, hopeful tale, I highly recommend this one. I am eager to see what this new author will give us next. – Gay Book Reviews
Amazing debut novel by Felicia Watson. – Goodreads (overall 4 stars with 149 reviews)
4 Stars – Books Minority
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|Publisher:||D X Varos, Ltd|
|File size:||412 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Felicia is also the author of the critically-acclaimed science fiction drama, We have Met the Enemy.