Physical Therapy (St. Nacho's, #2)
For reasons they can't explain, Ken and Jordan are drawn together, each finding in each other the thing they most need. When Jordan Jensen moves to St. Nacho's he has one goal in mind: starting over. He wants to reconnect with best friends Cooper and Shawn yet is uncertain of his welcome. He has... show more
For reasons they can't explain, Ken and Jordan are drawn together, each finding in each other the thing they most need. When Jordan Jensen moves to St. Nacho's he has one goal in mind: starting over. He wants to reconnect with best friends Cooper and Shawn yet is uncertain of his welcome. He has the skills to get a job, but isn't sure any prospective employer can get past the time he spent in jail for alcohol-related vehicular homicide. He's past the worst part of his life but knows it will haunt him forever. So Jordan plans a life of quiet service. One thing he knows for sure: finding love is entirely too much to ask. On the first day of his new job, Jordan meets Ken Ashton. Ken has every reason to hate Jordan for his past: Ken's baseball career was shattered in a drunk-driving accident. But for some reason he can't explain, Ken needs Jordan's touch and finds healing within Jordan's warmth and strength. Without entirely understanding it, Ken and Jordan develop a powerful emotional and erotic connection, but Ken must help Jordan find the faith to trust it. Unexpected help comes from the people of Santo Ignacio--and the town itself--a place where Physical Therapy can be a path toward spiritual healing and powerful, passionate love. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content and includes anal play/intercourse and male/male sexual practices.
Publish date: December 31st 2009
Publisher: Loose Id, LLC
Pages no: 260
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: St. Nacho's (#2)
3.5 starsThis book had a very different feel than the first, but then Jordan and Ken are very different from Shawn and Cooper. When we last saw Jordan in book 1 he was broken and depressed and voluntarily committing himself to rehab. Over a year has passed since then and Jordan is a different pers...
Why hadn't I read this book? Uhhh I think because I hated Jordie after reading the first St. Nacho's book like a trillion books ago. This was nice, sweet and a perfect gateway book to full on being an M/M Stone Cold Crackhead...Cute and just slightly irritating.
2.75 stars So first things first. I just need to vent and say, I don't understand why this book is called 'Physical Therapy'. Not once do we see Ken during PT, sure he goes, but Jordan is his massage therapist at his gym... it just doesn't make any sense.Secondly, they didn't explain Ken's injury...
I went into this expected something completely different. What I got was a sweet coming out story with a bit of forced angst and a random act of violence that added to angst. The Jordan I read in [b:St. Nacho's|6055836|St. Nacho's (St. Nacho's #1)|Z.A. Maxfield|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/130652177...