Sequel to Complete Faith Morning Report: Book Three When Ray Sloane tires of the men in his usual club, he finds himself in the Pink Palm, an inauspiciously named spit-and-sawdust dive, not the sort of place an elementary school teacher and pastor’s assistant should be seen in. On the other hand,... show more
Sequel to Complete Faith Morning Report: Book Three When Ray Sloane tires of the men in his usual club, he finds himself in the Pink Palm, an inauspiciously named spit-and-sawdust dive, not the sort of place an elementary school teacher and pastor’s assistant should be seen in. On the other hand, Ray needs a fresh face. But what he gets is a closeted, desperately unhappy divorcé named Zeke. Losing his teaching job and his kids has left Zeke bitter and in denial about his sexuality, but Ray is determined to get under his skin. Just as Zeke starts to relax, life interferes with Ray’s plans: Lee, the teenage organist from St. Mark's, tells his parents that he was abused as a teeanger by a prominent congregation member from his old church, and Ray becomes the target of bullies at school and has to worry about his own job. With the specter of what happened to Zeke hanging over him, Ray must protect Lee and his own reputation, all while trying to convince Zeke that he doesn’t need to run away when their relationship grows more intense.
Publish date: November 16th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
Series: Morning Report (#3)
This third book in the series finally gets to the underlying trigger of Pastor Jackson's crusade against the Lost Cow ranch. There is more heartbreak and angst in this book than the first three, but it is still a story of love, acceptance and family. The relationship between Noah's assistant Ray a...
This story never did come alive.Maybe because it was so contrived.A pastor who preached,what you wanted to hear.But got all freaky when the coast was clear.A 40 year old man tried to slit his wrist,instead of controlling his life and getting pissed.A gay man got bashed again.When can they ever win?I...
I enjoyed this third book in the series. As with the previous book, I was worried that the religious element had the potential to drag the story down a bit but once again the author managed to share the message without detracting from the story.In this book, Ray meets Zeke at a bar and recognises so...
I am a really big fan of this series and this book was a great addition to it. Ray and Zeke were a nice couple, it was easy to take to them straight away. My favourite couple though will always be Luke and Simon, but they were still in it and so were Tommy and Noah. Another think I have to say and I...
And the night time soap continues....