What’s better than a pair? Three of a Kind of course!
Zane is about to give up by the time his truck breaks down in Arizona. All he has in the world is the truck, less than fifty bucks and more bruises than any one young man should have to bear. That’s when he meets buff giant Butch who takes Zane in, helping him get his life back together.
Problem is, Butch already has a lover, an artist named Randy. Or at least Zane thinks it’s a problem. Turns out, it’s not the kind of trouble Zane thinks it is when Butch and Randy both take a romantic interest in him.
Can Zane let go of his troubled past and let Butch and Randy teach him that love doesn’t have to hurt?
Reader Advisory: This book contains references to past physical abuse.
So I’ve read most of this authors body of work and I’ve enjoyed most all of it. This one being no different. If you are looking for a quick story about young love and a guy that comes and saves the day for everyone then this is it. Not a whole lot of deep thinking or deep meaning to it. Just a connection, a love and a a savior.
Zane, young (very) runs away from an abusive relationship after coming out to his parents, being kicked out of parents house, and moving in with said guy. He then escapes with his life, and Butch finds him. Brings him home to his lover Randy, who also rescued along the way. Randy is an artist and needs a special touch that Butch seems to have the patients for.
I have to say, Butch is a saint. First putting up with Randy and then bringing in another obvious problem into the house, Zane. Working doubles and never complaining. Saint.
Zane, young and dumb come to mind but at least he can see the error of his ways. And hopefully correct them.
All three have a lot to learn and are willing to do it, And unique crew, one that works