College life, fun nights out, guys everywhere—Adam thought his life was perfect…
Until he met Tork.
Green-haired Tork creates origami models and reads Dickens. He lives in supported housing, and he is absolutely not impressed by money.
Adam and Tork come from opposite worlds, but even as Adam fights it, the attraction stays strong.
Will Tork win the battle to understand his past and be well? Is there another Adam beneath that polished surface? Can they overcome their differences, and will there be dancing at midnight?
Find out what happens in a year of Adam, Tork, and Dickens the cat.
This was a fabulous sequel to the first story. It picked up not long after the first story ended. You get to see both Tork and Adam grow so much in such a short time. Mike’s support of these two, especially Tork, was amazing. He knew what Tork needed and when he should back off to ensure Tork doesn’t wind up on the streets again. Adam did most of the growing in the story. He had trouble getting out of his sarcastic and superior thinking. But once he did, he was such a wonderful person. He constantly made sure Tork knew he was wanted and needed. I would have liked Tork’s self harm to be handled a little more candidly than it was. Maybe talked about more, or addressed more openly and resolved better than mostly being ignored. But it was well done for the length of the book. I hope to see more of these two in the future.
About The Authors:
Claire & Al write about people who are not perfect. Claire embraces the dark side, and Al the good side of the force. Their work is there for a fusion of both, mixed often with kink and humour.
Where To Buy:
Beaten Track Publishing: http://www.beatentrackpublishing.com/shop/proddetail.php?prod=adam_format