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Physical Therapy

St. Nacho's, Book 2
Narrated by: Thomas Fawley
Series: St. Nacho's, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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Publisher's Summary

When Jordan Jensen moves to St. Nacho’s he has one goal in mind: starting over. He wants to reconnect with best friends Cooper and Shawn yet is uncertain of his welcome. He has the skills to get a job, but isn’t sure any prospective employer can get past the time he spent in jail for alcohol-related vehicular homicide. He’s past the worst part of his life but knows it will haunt him forever.

So Jordan plans a life of quiet service. One thing he knows for sure: finding love is entirely too much to ask. On the first day of his new job, Jordan meets Ken Ashton. Ken has every reason to hate Jordan for his past and only one to seek him out: Ken's baseball career was shattered in a drunk-driving accident. But for some reason he can’t explain, Ken needs Jordan’s touch and finds healing within Jordan’s warmth and strength. Jordan wants to give Ken everything his new partner needs.

Without entirely understanding it, Ken and Jordan develop a powerful emotional and erotic connection, but Ken must help Jordan find the faith to trust it. Unexpected help comes from the people of Santo Ignacio - and the town itself - a place where Physical Therapy can be a path toward spiritual healing and powerful, passionate love. Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations some listeners may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.

©2009 Z. A. Maxfield (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Frustrating story

This is Jordan's book. I didn't enjoy it as much as the first. Although I appreciated his struggle with coming to terms with his past, his back and forth with Ken was eye rolling. I thought Ken was a jerk and treated Jordan pretty bad. I get he was all self-pitying because of his accident, but that only went so far. And the fact that Jordan kept acknowledging the bad treatment but went back to him time and time again drove me crazy. But I gritted my teeth hoping it would get better. It didn't. The narrator did a good job bringing the romance to life and it was great visiting Cooper and Shawn again, but the story just didn't work for me.

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I really enjoyed this story until....

The narrator is really impeccable, and I enjoy his use of different tones and inflections to give every character a unique voice. It really helps the story stay true.

The last chapter, before the epilogue, the author continued to use the term "CLEAN" to denote HIV Status, several times in that chapter. Using that term not only shows complete ignorance on the author's part, but also infers that people living with HIV are "DIRTY"

Anyone with even the slightest modicum of compassion would know better than to use such a disgusting term or perpetuate such a nasty stigma!

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What Happens Here?

Not much. It‘s a redemption story, and the sins are grievous. The good part is that the story is narrated from a single point of view. The rest is debatable. It presents the community as highly inclusive and supportive. Numbingly so. The only bad guy is many states away. The quest is to accept a soul mate and accept you‘ve been saved.