All Wade Reed wanted to do was make it to his brother Cole's parole hearing at Corcoran State Prison. But the 40-year-old environmental planner from LA never made it. With a bad navigation system and the infamous Tule fog, Wade ended up on a road to nowhere, his BMW stuck in the mud. His gas tank running low, no phone reception, Wade couldn't think of a worse scenario...until headlights appeared through the gloom.
Twenty-two-year-old Ayden Solomon worked with his three brothers and father on the almond orchard in the Great Central Valley. Ayden, being the youngest and prettiest, was constantly the source of amusement for his brothers' teasing and put up with it, but grew weary of the bullying. At night, when he was alone in his room, Ayden drew superhero comics, a dynamic duo who he imagined would save the world from bullies...bullies who attacked men like him. Gay men.
After unsuccessfully trying to pull Wade's car out of the ditch, and getting himself stuck as well, the two strangers spend the night in Ayden's truck, keeping warm, talking, bonding, and sharing things with each other; personal things. Ayden and Wade, although they had nothing in common, got to know each other on a very deep level in the eight hours they were sitting in the dense fog, alone and completely isolated. What had begun as a frustrating trip for Wade, had turned into a gay erotic fantasy with a young stud. But neither man could imagine what would come next...when the city slicker met the farmer's son.
©2013 The G.A. Hauser Collection, LLC (P)2015 The G.A. Hauser Collection, LLC
This book has a great story, realistic characters and situations. The narrator does a fantastic job. There's more than enough steamy sex to ignite anyone's fire. I hope to see more from this author in the future.
I really really loved this book. Great narration added to my enjoyment. I finished it feeling totally fulfilled and the Comic Con ending was perfect. Boo was just precious in every way.
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