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Nolan Frederickson has watched everyone around him fall in love.

His younger siblings, his best friend; but love has always eluded him.

He thought he’d found the possibility of it once, experiencing a connection during secret encounters so intense, that years later, it still fuels his fantasies.

Content in every other aspect of his life, but tired of empty hook-ups and mediocre attraction, Nolan’s starting to think that maybe he’s just not meant to find "the one".

However, as they say, timing is every thing. What happens when the one that got away comes back? Does he take his shot at the future he’s always imagined, or is it just too much to hope for?

With external pressures, internal fears, and a meddling sister, one thing is certain; Nolan’s settled life is about to be turned upside down.

After all, things have never been dull in Plantain - why would now be any different?

©2017 Amelia Oliver (P)2018 Amelia Oliver

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I’m consumed yet again with these men and listening to JJ Jenness narrate had me never wanting to hit pause. Reading the story I was hooked and now listening to Rupert and Nolan I feel their connection even more then before. The passion coming through my speakers pulls you in, grabs hold and doesn’t let go. JJ has done a great job with separating both men and their voices, you can easily distinguish who’s speaking in that moment. Highly recommended you not only read but listen to this book. This is my unbiased and voluntary review.