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Robert Winter has written these characters with such depth of feeling. I mourned with David. I felt his loneliness. I understood his belief that he had had his one shot at happiness and love.
But...serendipity, karma or the alignment of the stars stepped in and gave him a chance at a new beginning. He just had to believe he could have that deep connection with another soul mate. He had to come to terms with his loss and believe he could find happiness again with another man, a younger man.
That connection, that tentative exploration of "what if" happens gradually and builds as his heart begins to open up to Brandon, a man more than twenty years his junior. The pull between the two men is undeniable but fraught with obstacles real and imagined. Both David and Brandon have to overcome their fears and prejudices. Feelings of worth, the age gap, their status in lifestyle and the opinions of friends. All these road blocks are written in such a way as to be wholly believable. The obstacles and fears both men faced rang true.
As with most true life relationships, the happiness you've come to believe in hits a snag. Will you be able to overcome this devastating blow to your happiness? Will this mean the end of your relationship or will it bring you closer in the end?
There is so much emotional feeling in David and Brandon's love story and every one of them rings true. Nothing feels contrived or written to fill a quota of word count like some authors seem to do.
Robert Winter has written a love story that flows with honest feelings and understanding of the human heart. This is a well written story of love finding a way to ever lasting happiness with the one person who makes you whole. A beautiful love story and one I will read again.
When you vow to love someone till death do you part, what happens when you are the one left alive and alone, trying to pick up the pieces of your life and learn to live again? Do you dare to hope that you might find love again? Are you being unfaithful to your deceased lover if you go out on dates? How can you bring a new lover into the bed you shared with another for almost 20 years - is it worth it to try again? These are all questions that our MC David has to face. David knows he has to either work to overcome all of his fears and feelings of betraying his deceased partner, Kyle, or he will spend the rest of his life alone. When an injury brings him to physical therapy- he quickly realizes a torn rotator cuff may not be the only thing his therapist is mending.
Brandon is a young physical therapist new to the D.C. area, a transplant from Texas. He is deep in student loan debt, isn't a stranger to Ramen noodles, loves being active and playing sports; and while he isn't averse to the occasional Grindr or Scruff hookup he really wants to find someone to settle down with and build a life. When he first sees his newest patient, a sexy, distinguished, middle-aged man with a body to die for and if the bulge in his jeans is correct he has D for days..Brandon is awed. When he finds out that David plays for his team and is single a widower .. he decides he will help David, the sexy man he quickly nicknames Cowboy - get back on the horse - and help him get over his fear of asking someone out. Yes, Brandon volunteers to be his practice date. What starts as coffee between therapist and patient quickly detours to a tour of David's house and some hot action.
From there it's all about learning to communicate, letting go of the past, being strong enough to love each other, and getting over other people's perception of them as a couple due to the 20+ year age gap. Then when life throws them lemons - the two have to decide to either walk away or love each other harder. As Brandon struggles to accept all that David offers some help comes from the least likely of people that put everything in perspective.
This is the first story I have read by author Robert Winter and I cannot wait to read more.. his writing and storytelling ability are both beautifully brilliant, with characters that are full of emotion, and their plight and struggles real.
I loved this story and I highly recommend it to all!
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