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After losing his partner of seven years, Patrick is moving back to Houston to find a new life. Sean is younger, but no less in need of a fresh start. He's trying to finish college and get back on track after a series of bad mistakes. The two men get along famously, and their physical attraction is intense, but Patrick may be too afraid to love again. He doesn't want to let himself be open to the kind of pain that comes from losing someone.
Sean, who is far more open to his feelings for Patrick, also has a problem. His ex-boyfriend is popping up all over, in unexpected places. The ex even shows up when Sean and Patrick go on vacation together. All of their problems conspire to keep Patrick and Sean from becoming a real couple, and Sean finally decides that Patrick will never really return his feelings. Can Patrick learn to let himself care again? Find out in this precursor to Mel Spenser's popular novel Miss Me?
Andy and Nick from MISS ME? Are getting ready for their first Christmas together. Nick is in decorating mode, while Andy and his twin sister are planning the family holiday party that has traditionally been held at Andy’s house. Since everyone will be converging there, arrangements have been made for Andy’s college age cousin, Ryan, to stay with them for the holidays.
Ryan’s lifelong friend, Scott will also be coming into town. The two college kids haven’t seen each other since leaving for college, and when they get back together, they find out some things have changed. For one, Scott is gay. Ryan’s reaction to his friend, coupled with the commotion of coming out, make for an interesting holiday for everyone. Will Nick and Andy get their life back when Christmas is over?
When Nick Marshall comes into the library that Andy Griffin manages, they discover an immediate, intense attraction to one another. Too bad they both have issues. Nick has a serious problem letting people get close to him, and Andy has a something even worse going on. He has a very determined stalker.
Andy's stalker always ends his messages with "Miss me?" and for a while he thinks the guy is gone. He gets to know Nick a little during the sweet silence, but soon enough his stalker is back. Nick's upset that Andy is in danger, but not as freaked out as he thought he'd be at the prospect of staying with Andy to help keep him safe. Can they overcome all of their obstacles, and stay alive, long enough to become a couple?