HAWK V FALCON SURPRISE AT THE CANDY APPLE
I wanted to contact you for years. I missed you so much. I’m sorry it’s been so long. I still picture your face. I still have the T-shirt you gave me when we got soaked in that storm. I still crave your kiss. If that’s pathetic, I don’t care. I wish we’d done more than kiss. I wish I had the memory of making love with you to sustain me. I saw you on the street one day recently. At first, I wasn’t sure it was you, but it was. I couldn’t help contacting you. I’m sorry. I hope I haven’t stirred up painful memories. We tried so hard not to love each other. Do you remember how great it was when we admitted it? I’ve never loved anyone the way I loved you. I still love you. I wish things had been different. Always yours, Justin.
When Chris Falconer receives an email from his lost high school friend, Justin, ten years after he last saw him, Chris is overjoyed. The two boys had shared kisses and sworn love for each other, but before their love could be tested, Justin’s mother abruptly took Justin out of school, and they disappeared.
Multi-talented and handsome Chris is a cage fighter at Jack’s Clubhouse, and the Dungeon Master in the Candy Apple club. He writes a column for a fitness blog and keeps himself busy, but deep down he’s never forgotten Justin—turns out Justin has never forgotten Chris either.
On a modeling assignment in New York, Justin sees Chris in a café and can’t help contacting him, but his ex, Todd, who doesn’t want Justin but doesn’t want Chris to have him either, has plans to throw their reunion into disarray.
So begins a love story full of emotion. Will Todd succeed? Or this time, will Justin and Chris have the happy ending and delicious love they deserve?
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