I’ve been driving for the last three days. I was living in Philly and I couldn’t take it anymore. I had to get back to the first man I ever loved, my best friend. We spent our nights all through high school fooling around, but when we turned eighteen and I wanted to come out to my family, he... show more
I’ve been driving for the last three days. I was living in Philly and I couldn’t take it anymore. I had to get back to the first man I ever loved, my best friend. We spent our nights all through high school fooling around, but when we turned eighteen and I wanted to come out to my family, he pushed me away and said he couldn’t be open about himself. So I ran. I went to college as far away as I could and got a job in Philly. I worked hard every day and became successful. But I was never happy. I missed my first love. My mom called four days ago and told me that his mom died. So I quit my job, filled my truck with what it could hold, and started driving. This time I won’t run from his fear.This story was written for the Love Has No Boundaries event at the M/M Romance Group on GoodReads.Note that this book is a free read offered by Less Than Three Press. We are working to price match this book to the $0.00 price offered at other retail locations. All proceeds from this book before Amazon matches the price will be donated to The Point Foundation, an LGBT scholarship foundation that provides financial support to at-risk gay and lesbian students.
Publish date: September 6th 2013
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Pages no: 80
Edition language: English
Series: Love Has No Boundaries
So initially, I really liked this. I wish there were a smaller time gap instead of twenty years to make it more believable, but I appreciate the thought. But where things turned for me was the first sex scene, I wasn't really feeling an emotional connection from Mason.And while I get that homophobic...
Beautiful story, I absolutely love it , that will scene made me laugh so hard, I loved zack and mason and would love to read more about them . Great job , thanks Tami!