No Distance Left to Run
Back from the dead...and back to square one. The Distance Between Us, Book 4The night before Chris and his best friend Joshua were sent thousands of miles apart on their respective Mormon missions, they finally gave in to their mutual desire. Left trying to make sense of what happened, Chris’s... show more
Back from the dead...and back to square one. The Distance Between Us, Book 4The night before Chris and his best friend Joshua were sent thousands of miles apart on their respective Mormon missions, they finally gave in to their mutual desire. Left trying to make sense of what happened, Chris’s already shaky faith crumbled altogether a year later, when Joshua suddenly died. Inconsolable, ostracized by his family and the only community he’d ever known, Chris found his way on his own. Now he’s going to school and loves his job as a bartender at Wilde’s. Years after Joshua’s death, he’s finally moving on. Then a familiar face rocks his world. Joshua isn’t dead. He’s back in Seattle to make peace with his dying father, with a new name, a new accent…and old feelings for Chris that are alive and well. Forgiveness doesn’t come easy for anyone, but just as Chris is accepting that the man he loves isn’t going to run away this time, their families threaten to pull them apart all over again…Warning: Contains two lost boys who need to make up for a hell of a lot of lost time. There’s also a military uniform, a tuxedo, and a knife. In the same scene. And yes, it’s that kind of scene.
Pages no: 227
Edition language: English
Series: Distance Between Us (#4)
Reviews indicate a lot of negative religious angst.Here is the thing. I'm spiritual and have what I consider a very strong faith. In fact it might surprise the shit out of my GR friends if they knew what my faith background is and how I live my every day life because of that. Because of my backgr...
This is a 3.5 star reviewI’m one that if I’m familiar with an author, or authors, I tend to start reading their books without really looking at the blurb. I like going into a story knowing very little about it. Needless to say, I kind of wish that I had read the blurb for this one. I would have been...
with the wedding as an epilogue, I would have given it a 5.
This is the fourth book in the ‘Distance Between Us’ series but can easily be read as a stand-alone. It has been five years since Chris and his best friend Joshua gave in to their feelings for each other and spent one passionate but clumsy night together. The following the day both of them left on...