Bending The Iron
Michael feels trapped. In his conservative, poor hometown where he has to keep his sexuality hidden. In his dead-end job. In caring for his alcoholic grandfather. Everything changes when he meets Eric, the new curator for the railroad museum. His curiosity about the passionate man quickly gives... show more
Michael feels trapped. In his conservative, poor hometown where he has to keep his sexuality hidden. In his dead-end job. In caring for his alcoholic grandfather. Everything changes when he meets Eric, the new curator for the railroad museum. His curiosity about the passionate man quickly gives way to an intense attraction—one that Eric happily returns.Carefree and refreshingly confident, Eric guides Michael to places he's forgotten, reminding him that it may not be too late to follow his dreams for something more in life. But the truth is, Eric knows exactly how it feels to be stuck in a bad situation. A failed relationship has left him with personal demons that may hurt his connection with Michael.To give their future a chance, they both must fight being trapped in the past.40,000 words
Publish date: August 19th 2013
Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 109
Edition language: English
This is a simple story about Micheal. A 27-year-old man who thinks life past him by and he has no recourse but to just live the hand he was dealt. In their small he meets Eric. He comes across as a free spirit but there's a lot under the surface. Libby Drew made some interesting choices - keep it sm...
This is beautiful and peaceful and just sneaks right under your skin. I'm done, and now I want to just let my brain roll around in the lovely.
Libby Drew has painted a lovely picture of a Western Pennsylvania landscape, a place it was fun visiting in my imagination, though I’d never want to live there in this place where news travels faster by word-of-mouth than it could hope to via any social media. This is a romance that addresses some f...
For a good review see Nic and Brean's review. I've been a fan of Libby Drew for a long time. I started reading her m/f erotic romances, and followed her into the mm genre. It's because I expected better of her that I found myself disappointed in this book. If I had to describe this book in one word ...