Adam is cool, intelligent and drop-dead gorgeous – all the guys tell him so! When he is forced to start voluntary work at the local homeless shelter, all he worries about is keeping the clients well away from him and finishing the placement as soon as possible. Until he meets Tork.
Tork is clever and funny. He makes origami models and reads Dickens. Tork has green hair and makes Adam’s heart race with longing. But Tork is homeless and not at all impressed with Adam’s attitude.
Can Adam see past his fear and arrogance? Can Tork give Adam a chance?
Can two such different men turn the world upside down and find out what really matters? Read to find out their story.
This was an interesting short story. Tork is living on the streets and has rules that he follows. I feel bad for him and the things he goes through and does. I hope some of it is addressed in the sequel. I liked how Adam turned from snarky attitude laced college student to someone that cares for others and is a decent human being. The little gifts he gives to Tork when giving his food bag is sweet. There’s a cute happy for now ending and I can’t wait to see these two grow together more in the next book.
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=tork_format