A blind date leaves Harry reeling, and another date goes as badly. Scars on Elijah’s face are clues of a broken soul, yet Harry can’t walk away. Not even when he learns Elijah sees a dead man in mirror reflections.
Elijah’s sanity snaps. Blamed for crimes he didn’t commit, Elijah has already survived a brutal murder attempt and now hides under a Protection Program. Harry must have faith he is innocent and fight for Elijah’s stolen rights.
Can Harry do this without losing his mind, his own rights, and the man he loves?
A really touching book, made me feel such a range of emotions. This is not a light read.
Elijah is a stockbroker who mskes those around him feel like he is aloof. That he thinks he is better then everyone around him. In truth he is a very and wounded young man. I couldn’t help but feel for him as he struggles to be normal. He try so hard to deal with a very abusive childhood.
Then Harry pushes his way into Elijah’s table, as he is at lunch, and just starts talking. Harry soon figures out he has the wrong guy for his blind date, which is really a shame as Harry thinks Elijah is the sexiest man he has ever met. Luckily Elijah thinKS the same. He takes a leap of faith and gives Harry his card with the instructions to call him, as he must get back to work. The more Harry learns about Elijah, the more attracted he is.
Love comes in many forms, but being able to open your heart and let people in can be difficult and scary. In the end hopefully it will be worth it.