Molly Reviews: Lifeline by Brynn Stein

Eric Duncan rolls into a quaint Upstate New York town to sell medical supplies. He doesn’t intend to stay long, but an apparently homeless man whom he keeps running into catches his attention. While passersby ignore the man, Eric can’t leave the situation alone.

Dennis Hayden’s last memory is of hiking in the mountains. He doesn’t know how he ended up in town, nor how he keeps popping up in various places. He walks around aimlessly, trying to recall something as simple as his name. He’s not sure what to think of the stranger he sees repeatedly, and who keeps trying to talk to him.

While meeting a potential client at the hospital, Eric overhears a young lady looking for her brother who went missing several days ago, while hiking. Eric recognizes the picture of Dennis on the flyer and sets out to reunite him with his sister.

Where To Buy:
Dreamspinner Press || ARe || Amazon

This was an interesting story. It was a bit of a surprise where this book went with the ghost thing. However the story is really well written. The book is short and quick. You don’t get to see much of the relationship and how it builds. But you can definitely tell they have strong feelings for each other. There are some things left by the end that you want to know more about. I’m hoping there’s a sequel in the future. I’d love to see more of these two.

About Brynn:
Brynn has always loved to write about strong male characters and their close friendships. When she found the world of m/m fiction, she fell in love. Finally, a way to bring those strong male characters together and let those emotional connections spill over into deeper relationships. Sometimes her characters go through the emotional wringer, but they always have each other.

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