When One Door Opens
Logan Sellers's parole officer has issued three commandments: stay sober, stay employed, and stay out of trouble. At first Logan thought those three simple rules would be easy to follow. But that was before he accepted a side job assisting his boss’s housebound agoraphobic nephew, Caleb. Caleb... show more
Logan Sellers's parole officer has issued three commandments: stay sober, stay employed, and stay out of trouble. At first Logan thought those three simple rules would be easy to follow. But that was before he accepted a side job assisting his boss’s housebound agoraphobic nephew, Caleb.
Caleb is deceptively normal for a guy who hasn't left his apartment in three years, and his friendly, caring personality tugs on heartstrings Logan didn’t know he had. But hitting on his boss’s nephew is asking to be unemployed. Logan has enough problems with booze on every corner and a supervisor trying to jump into his bed. He doesn’t need to work out how to free Caleb from the anxiety that keeps him in his apartment; he needs to keep his nose clean, attend his AA meetings, and make a fresh start—alone.
If only his heart would get with the program.
Publish date: December 28th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 210
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
This was an enjoyable story with very likable main characters. An ex-con alcoholic and an agoraphobic website developer come together and it's kind of sweet. I wish I could write something witty but this was simply a fun book and I will keep my eyes on this writer. She wrote without becoming too ang...
3 stars. Nice enough story, even though it stalled a few times. I did enjoy reading it, but I am afraid, it's nothing remarkable. There are few books on my shelves just like that, four stars and nice comments on progress, but I have no recollection of the events and characters - they are blending in...
I loved Logan and Caleb. And this book had me gripped from the first page. The story itself was really interesting and I found myself unable to put it down until I had it finished. I was a bit skeptical but I didn't need to be. It was one of the sweetest books I have read in a long time.The story wa...