Compared to the alternative, choosing a new profession, going back to school, and renting a room from the college groundskeeper are simple. John Barrett knows about loss. After moving twice to stay in touch with his kids, he could only watch as his ex-wife whisked them away to California. Offering Ryan a room seems better than rattling around the empty house, but as casual friendship moves to something more, and a firestorm of emotions ignites, the big old house feels like tight quarters. But when dead bodies start turning up on campus—and one of the guys is a suspect—their first taste of real love could go up in smoke. Building a life together?
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But when the owners of the ranch die in a hit-and-run that may be murder, Casey, Will, and Scott must face changes that may break them apart.
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What does it take to build forever? Published: September 26, Their first meeting leads to first date, first everything for Mike. Published: June 26, He and John just fit together right.
But coming out to his family and classmates is harder than he expected. Worth it, but never easy. Words: 86, Medical school is doable. Falling for his male housemate is a new challenge. John knows about loss - his ex-wife took his kids a thousand miles away.
Renting Ryan a room helps fill his empty house, but their growing connection is nothing he expected. Words: 35, Published: December 20, That I needed to stop avoiding the joys of the season, and get my solitary life out of its rut. Published: August 3, Published: January 8, Brian Kerr uses his Finding talent to hunt enemies for a dangerous criminal. But shared secrets may put them on the same side, if they live long enough.
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I tried my best to resist, but Tobin never believed in walls.
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This was my second book by this author and Im pleased to say it was as good as the first one. Life Lessons has everything I enjoy in a book solid plot, great dialogue, endearing characters and most of all fantastic writing. Needless to say, I was hooked from the beginning. Anthony Tony Hart is a high school English teacher.
Life Lessons (Life Lessons #1) by Kaje Harper
The after school clubs and sports had ended hours ago. This early in the first semester there were no urgent meetings and no last-minute projects. Students had headed out to their Friday night parties and dates. Departing staff had turned off lights and locked doors until only the empty hallways stood open under the subliminal hum of a few fluorescent lights. The building was deserted. Except for a few workaholic saps with nothing better to do on a Friday night. Tony Hart turned his key in the elevator lock with a sigh.