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Stuart Ridge has a problem. When his bigoted father discovers he's gay, he tries to kill him. Thankfully, his mom steps in and helps him get away, but what's a 17-year-old boy supposed to do when all he's ever known is home?

Eden Raleigh's got nothing left, just a guitar and a backpack with some clothes. After his parents died, it left him and his sister to fend for themselves. Now they're about to lose the family home and be on the streets. There's nothing left to do but get out while he can. However, everything changes when he meets Stuart at a bus station in the middle of nowhere. They decide to form a friendship until they reach their final destination.

However, letting go of Stuart may be harder than anticipated.

Join Daniel Elijah Sanderfer for this heart-wrenching coming-of-age story about what happens when two strangers on a journey find hope, love, and safety in one another's arms.

©2021 Daniel Elijah Sanderfer (P)2021 Daniel Elijah Sanderfer

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The reader really brings life to something of a sappy story and makes this audionovella well worth the $6. I just wish the story had been twice as long.