Book: Living Again by Brynn Steincategories: Book, Contemporary, Disability, Homophobia, Medical Concerns, Gay Romance
Brynn Steinabout this book: Daniel Larson thought his life was over five years ago when he lost his lover, Tom, in the same explosion that took the lower part of his left leg. Now he's been in a car accident that has broken his right leg and left arm. How will he possibly get around? Fortunately, his Uncle Lawrence, who is much better at throwing money at problems than he is at emotional support, has hired a temporary in home nurse to help Daniel out. Little did Lawrence know that the nurse was in the form of gorgeous, male, Jonah Thacker.
Daniel and Jonah are instantly attracted to each other but try desperately to keep their relationship professional, but Jonah sees no harm in befriending Daniel and introducing him to his vivacious, four year old son, who also has leg prostheses. Daniel and Ethan connect immediately. As Daniel's need for an in home nurse nears the end, Jonah and Daniel become closer than friends.
Uncle Lawrence, however, is against all things homosexual, and uses his considerable power and finances to keep them apart. As Ethan battles with health concerns, Jonah and Daniel must fight to be together.
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