Abandoned at a truck stop...with nothing....
Aden, a handsome young nurse, is destitute after his new boyfriend rumbles away in his semi with everything Aden owns in the back. He has no money, no clothes, and no car. Nothing. Maybe his boyfriend really didn't intend to take him to California to live happily ever after.
Dr. Dare O'Roarke has everything....
Dare has the perfect life - a lovely home, nice things, a fulfilling job as a surgeon in a New Mexico community where his services are desperately needed. He has it all...but someone to share it with. The young man huddled at the side of the road needs help. And Dare is happy to provide assistance in reclaiming his belongings and offers his guesthouse to rent...and a job recommendation.
But someone is after Aden....
Someone terrifyingly determined wants to take him away from his happy life and the growing attraction between Aden and Dare. Soon, the sheriff's department, the FBI, Aden's mother, and two new dogs and cats are trying to protect Aden. Will it be enough to protect Aden and Dare from a madman?
©2015 AC Katt (P)2016 AC Katt
This has to be one of my favorite stories ever. Aden started off as a guy who was kicked out of his home at a young age because he told his mother he was gay. He then ran into trouble trying to find himself and the love and affection he was lacking in his life. He then runs into a wonderful doctor by the name of Dare and he helps him in more ways than one. There in the small town of New Mexico Aden finds that he is worth more than he thought he was. He also finds that a man that he thought was a sleeze ball of an ex was actually someone much worse. Aden finds he will need the new friends and the help of the sweet doctor to help him survive the life threatening trouble to come. I can't wait for the next book! Jeff narrated this story so well so I hope he continues narrating AC's books! This is a must-have!
Good story I can not wait for the chapter installment and went is next one is
"Ok but needed a writing lesson"
it is harmless but dont waste your credit
andrew grey writes in the field a more effective and emotive writer
He did an excellent a job, though the writing was a bit ropey
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