Max Lancaster’s neighbor — his muse the young ballerina Elena– has gone missing. Between secrets from his past and the fact that he’s altering his work in his sleep, he’s worried that he’s lost his mind.
By the time forensic artist Sumner Ellison arrives as part of the investigation even Max can see himself in the role of person of interest. Sumner Ellison doesn’t believe that Max killed Elena, yet he isn’t certain Max is entirely sane.
Sumner offers Max oblivion in bed and unflinching honesty. Max takes what Sumner offers, losing himself in the younger man’s body while hiding his heart from Sumner’s love.
When doubt pulls them apart, it takes the power of Max’s passion and the purity of Sumner’s faith to create a love that won’t fade away over time.
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★★★★ “This was a fast paced read, one I made it through in just a matter of a few hours, and I thought it was time well spent. ” — The Novel Approach
“If you want a quick, edge-of-your-seat story, with great characters, but very few surprises, this story should be high on your TBR. I loved it, despite the lack of plot originality. I read romances, after all. It’s all about the characters.” — Dear Author
★★★★¾ “Maxfield kept the story simple and realistic, adding just the right amount of conflict, and some suitable trials and tribulations as Richard and Logan to navigate the early days of their relationship. I was actually impressed with the world building in Family Unit because many times in a contemporary story, this element goes by the wayside and yet I could visualize so much of the world inhabited by Logan, Richard, Nick, and their friends and foes.” — Joyfully Jay