Improves with Age
Sometimes you can go home again. Reece Watkins left Montana after high school. A math major, he found a fulfilling career as an accountant in Washington with Mike, the love of his life. But then Mike dies of a heart attack, leaving Reece to reevaluate his own life and realize he’s on the same... show more
Sometimes you can go home again. Reece Watkins left Montana after high school. A math major, he found a fulfilling career as an accountant in Washington with Mike, the love of his life. But then Mike dies of a heart attack, leaving Reece to reevaluate his own life and realize he’s on the same track. He decides to return to Montana and a slower pace. Former football team captain Nick Kenison never left Montana. Instead, he married his high school sweetheart, had two kids, established a contracting business, and discovered he was gay. Now out and proud, Nick drives out to Reece’s to answer a call about roof repairs. In high school, they were opposites, but now? The attraction between them is electric. Of course, it isn’t that easy—Reece is still dealing with body issues, self-esteem issues, and grief over Mike’s loss. Nick will have to teach him it’s never too late for love.
Publish date: July 17th 2013
Pages no: 58
Edition language: English
A widower's second chance with a new love.Reece Watkins lost the love of his life to a heart attack. He moves back to his old home to try to reduce his stress, and he runs into an old schoolmate, Nick Kenison. The sparks fly, and Reece must decide if he's ready to take a second shot at love.The two ...
A hole in the roof had 48 year old Reece Watkins, who moved back to his hometown three years after his partner of twenty years passed away, meet again with former high school football team captain Nick Kenison. They were not exactly pals when they were students, yet hit it off straight... uhm, direc...
Very short, relatively angst free read about a second chance at love after the death of a long term partner. There was potential for this to be a kick ass story if it had been longer. I really don't know why the hell I torture myself with these shorts. I'm never satisfied with them.
I thought this story was wonderful. The only downfall was it was too short and I think these characters deserve a lot more time. I would definitely be interested in reading more about them.They are 'mature' characters in their late 40's (god I hate saying that as I am nearly there too and I don't fe...
Yes, it was predictable. Yes, it was insta-lust on their first meeting and normally that is a huge dislike for me. Anyway, in this book I liked it, the whole story was fun to read. It was a short read in between, very enjoyable and it left me with a smile. In fact, it reminded me that there is [b:Sn...