We bereaved are not alone. We belong to the largest company in all the world–the company of those who have known suffering. – Helen Keller
Nash has never gotten over the loss of his brother, Luke. Not even opening up the coffee shop that they’d always dreamed about has filled that missing piece in Nash’s heart. So, the last thing he needs is Luke’s old best friend, Tyler showing up. Worse yet, the guy is volunteering to help Nash during one of his busiest weekends of the year.
As soon as Tyler sets his eyes on Nash, he’s a goner. In all the years that have passed since they’ve last seen each other, Nash has grown up and then some. Tyler doesn’t know it’s right for him to make the moves on his dead friend’s brother. Yet, he can’t deny the connection that’s forming between them. Will Tyler be able to deny his needs? If so, will he be making the biggest mistake of his life?
This work has been previously released.
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