Where the Allegheny Meets the Monongahela
Listening Time: 9 hrs., 12 min. Logan Crane’s life changed dramatically the day a blind fit of temper resulted in him accidentally injuring his wife. Although he’s now in an abuser counseling program, Logan cannot face the real source of his unhappiness: he’s always been attracted to men but... show more
Listening Time: 9 hrs., 12 min.
Logan Crane’s life changed dramatically the day a blind fit of temper resulted in him accidentally injuring his wife. Although he’s now in an abuser counseling program, Logan cannot face the real source of his unhappiness: he’s always been attracted to men but has refused to accept it since witnessing an act of violence.
During his therapy, Logan meets Nick Zales, a counselor at a shelter for victims of domestic violence. Nick is understandably suspicious of Logan despite an immediate attraction to him. Logan feels the same attraction and faces a critical internal struggle as he finds himself falling in love with this enigmatic man.
Both men are haunted by unacknowledged ghosts and abuse in their pasts. How can they help each other heal if they continue to ignore their own wounds?
Publish date: 2012-06-13
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Edition language: English
and I have to admit I'm still feeling a torn about how I feel about this story. I think it's admirable that the author tackled the subject matter that she did and yes, this was a longer than usual story, but, I think it needed to be in order to appropriately deal with the issues. At just over 9 hour...
This is why I read books I don't know why more people haven't mentioned this book to me. I truly enjoyed every single page. One man spent his entire life holding on to a secret. Pounding it so far deep down inside that when it finally came out irreparable damage happened. A therapist who hoped to he...
So far this year's statistical analysis on my read m/m romances throws up a rough average of one entertaining book to every ten dire ones. A 10% return might not be bad odds in today's economy, but goddamn it we're not talking about sugar cubes here. The sweat of my brow and the ulcer of supressed ...
Really excellent m/m romance involving therapists and spousal abuse. Not necessarily happy subjects but this is well-written and compelling. Loved it.
This was a really nicely written book, i felt invested in the story, appreciated the dynamics of the couple, and really believed in their HEA. Thanks, Marc, for the rec! That said, the punctuation errors made me a little insane. They were severe enough and frequent enough to pull me completely out o...