There’s a new man in town! Maybe you remember Tug from A Much Younger Man? Tug was kind of a jerk. A thief. An addict. So yeah…not a very awesome guy.
Enter the magical healing properties of a town like St. Nacho’s. Fate intervenes in the form of an OD and reintroduces Tug to Luke Greaves, the librarian who saves his life.
When I started this book, I intended it to be a sweet Christmas story half its length. But no matter how I looked at it, I couldn’t find a way to create a believable HEA, or even a good HFN for these two mens in a short book.
Because of Tug’s addiction, both men had to face their demons, recalibrate their expectations, and slow their roll before they could begin to have a relationship. And in the end, any HEA for a man with a lifelong, sometimes crippling health issue like addiction is by definition a series of HFNs that happen over and over, day after day, one day at a time.
I guess that’s why it was so compelling to write this book. I hope you enjoy it!
Happy Holidays, and I wish you the very best of New Years!
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