Blaming himself for the death of his parents, Dr. Drew Klein retreats into a shell of loneliness, merely going through the motions of life. After a disastrous, short-lived marriage, Drew leaves his lucrative medical practice to set up a clinic for abused young men and women. The decision has more repercussions than Drew could ever imagine when the dark and sensual Ash Davis volunteers to help. Although Drew isn't gay, Ash is inexplicably drawn to him. He vows to simply bed him and forget him like he's done with every other man. However, Drew's sweet and caring nature and unexpected passion both stun and frighten Ash, who questions his right to any happiness at all. And when Ash befriends an abused young man who unwittingly draws the clinic into danger, threatening Drew's safety and that of his beloved grandmother, Ash discovers that there is nothing he won't sacrifice to protect the love he never thought he'd find.
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By VHB on 11-03-17
🌟🌟 🌟🌟🌟<br />this was a great audio listen .<br />
well develop characters,
great potential for sequel.
i will wait for the next 2 books to come out on audio.
the narration was delicious.
highly recommended it.
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By Shandara Majere on 02-04-17
The Beautiful Ache
I have come to admire and respect the literary talents of Felice Stevens and the beautiful men she breathes life into. Drew and Ash might now be among my favorites.
This beautiful tale is heartbreaking and hopeful all at once.
A broken and bitter man finds in himself the courage and strength to face the demons that have haunted him while a solitary man dreams of love. It's epic and grand and horrifying but in it all there is such strength.
I am not a spoilery reviewer so I will not divulge anything but rather let you discover those wonders for yourself but I will say that it is a rarity when the secondary characters are as beautifully developed as the MC'S and you get that here.
Esther, a holocaust survivor. Jordan a lifelong friend who's loyalty and angst are so compelling that you want more of his story (which you get in the 2nd book) and that love that only a sister can offer.
This is a story of finding love, of along that love to give you what you didn't dare dream to be yours. For a throw away kid to find a home and a family. It resonates with those of us who share aspects of commonality and yet informs those who have not of just how much darkness survivors have to overcome just to trust..to feel worthy..to find our place.
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