Five years ago, an accident fractured Gabe Cooper’s family. Believing it was broken beyond repair, Gabe and his best friend Jamie Carlson left Minnesota behind for San Diego sunshine and college. Now another crisis brings Gabe home to help his ailing father, and he finally has to face the guilt... show more
Five years ago, an accident fractured Gabe Cooper’s family. Believing it was broken beyond repair, Gabe and his best friend Jamie Carlson left Minnesota behind for San Diego sunshine and college. Now another crisis brings Gabe home to help his ailing father, and he finally has to face the guilt that kept him away for so long. Scott Stark also returns to Minnesota, with his young niece and nephew in tow, shouldering new family responsibilities. While Gabe comes to grips with his past, Scott struggles to accept his present role as a substitute parent, caring for two children, each with different needs. As Gabe and Scott get to know each other, reclaiming family life almost seems possible. Only two things stand in the way of love: Gabe’s unresolved relationship with Jamie, and Scott’s plan to leave Minnesota as soon as he can. Both men will have to accept past mistakes if they want to salvage a future together, and time is running out.
Publish date: September 16th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 236
Edition language: English
This book was so depressing that a third into the story I decided to discontinue because I started getting depressions. One hero is confronted with an ill father who won't accept his limitations and who blames him for his twin sister's injuries, a business he needs to take care of and of which he ha...
The first time I tried to read this book, I set it aside because I found it gloomy and depressing. I also questioned where was the romance which is the genre that I like most to read. If I had to categorize this book, I'd place it in the gay fiction genre. The story is more about family, friends and...
4 salvage yard-salvaged relationship starsWhat I liked:Reading with Adam.Fairly original story line.No BIG misunderstanding.Strong supporting characters-- even the kids seemed realistic and weren't overly precocious. That the fact that families stuck together even when things got tough and the strai...