When Brian strode away and climbed into his car, never looking back, and drove north to his hometown of Nevermore, he knew in an instant that he’d live to regret his decision.
Brian: “I had promised everyone who cared about me, that I wouldn’t give in to my passion and urges to take care of young men ever again. After all, I’d turned forty, and what did I have to show for it? A husband who’d tired of me, my finances dwindling, and no one to share a life with. I drove away leaving Valentine standing at a truck stop, begging for cigarettes and a light. When I turned and he had gone, I knew I’d made a mistake, and I’d never see his sexy, beautiful, sad face again.” This is a heartfelt M/m romance, age play, hurt/comfort with humor.