Just released from the military, wounded warrior Eric Tremaine is trying to put his life back together like the doctors reassembled his shattered leg. He’s a man with no home, since his Louisiana family rejected him, so Eric winds up in Texas with his old Army buddy, Adam Winchester, and his lover, Sage.
When Eric decides to stop sitting on his ass feeling sorry for himself, he is introduced to trainer Troy Daniels, who lost both his legs in a teenage accident. Troy knows what it’s like to feel as if your body is your enemy. While Eric and Troy have a bumpy start, they soon find enough common ground to make a friendship, if not more. But taking it to the next level means finding out what they have to offer each other, and the world, before they can trust that the love they find together won’t cause more pain than pleasure.
This is book two, and I’ve done both one and now two. I would recommend doing book one first. First, it’s brilliant. But more importantly, the characters from one play a major role in this book and to understand some of what is said it’s best to read/listen to one.
Eric and Adam served together,so when Eric is hurt and discharged Adam is Eric only option. Eric family disowned him for being gay a long time ago. Although they do call to remind him how disappointed they are.
Troy is Sage’s PT guy and best friend. Troy also has limitations that at first no one tells Eric about.
When Eric first moves in he’s miserable, he’s hip hurts, he feels useless and and basically mad at the world. Sage and Adam convenes him to start seeing Troy for PT, this has a rocky start but as this friendship develops so does the heat factor for both parties.
The problem is Troy is a daredevil adrenaline junkie, and Eric just wants the new love of his life to be safe. What Troy hasn’t told anyone, the reason why.
I have to admit, I’m a huge B.A fan! And I LOVED audio one. so jumped on audio two. But when I heard that both had physical injuries I was nervous. I’m not big on the whole I’m going to one up you game. But this book wasn’t like that at all.
What we do have is two men falling in love, both trying to heal, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Finding there way in a new life, with the help of family and friends. Knowing that these two are going to have that HEA forever.
These two are so perfect together, loved way we got to learn right along with Eric. Enjoyed revisiting some old friends in Adam and Sage.
Hoping that maybe Noah’s book is next?
The narrator did a perfect job capturing everyone’s accents, from the Cajun to the Texas draw.