Sometimes you have to go away before you can appreciate what you left in the rearview mirror. Patch Hastle left his tiny Texas hometown and a lot of bad memories in his rearview mirror as a teenager to find his place in the world and comes back as a successful young man. A casual hook-up with boyhood crush and former coach, Tucker Biggs, stirs up all the bad memories and insecurities he had as a teenager but also changes his perspective when he discovers the other side of his story. There's always two sides to a story and Tucker helps him see his hometown and life from a different perspective. Turns out there are good memories of home to go along with the bad. That real love is possible in the most unlikely places. And taking things slow and easy is not always a bad thing, but can also be sooooo good, if done right and Tucker has had years to practice slow and easy. Love a good, steamy romance with heart and this one definitely has a lot of heart. Turns out there is no place like home if you have someone worth coming home to.