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Henry Walker is the only son of a wealthy businessman--and heir to a vast company. It is his birthright and destiny. But Henry only truly desires the one thing he cannot have...time to spend with his lover, Archie Banks. Archie is his childhood friend turned driver, bodyguard and dirty little secret. Circumstances make it difficult for them to sneak moments together--something that will become impossible once Archie moves on after he graduates from college.
They fear the uncertain future, and what will become of their blossoming feelings--but nothing prepares them for the danger and disaster about to overwhelm their lives. A shocking kidnapping leads to tragedy and suddenly Henry and Archie are thrust into a dramatic fight against an unknown enemy. They must fight not only be together, but to also save the company Henry has been groomed to run his entire life.
Several years after the end of Duty & Devotion, Matt and Evan are living quietly in their Brooklyn home with the twins, Danny and Elizabeth. The older girls--Katie and Miranda--are off at college, Evan is about to be promoted to captain, and things are calm.
Evan accidently learns that Miranda has a new boyfriend and is talking marriage after just three months of dating. After peeling himself off the ceiling, he demands a conversation with his eldest daughter, which erupts into, as Matt calls it, “a steel cage match”.
Miranda indeed has a boyfriend (Kent), a business major (from Connecticut) and they are most definitely serious. In fact, Miranda wants to bring him to Thanksgiving dinner--along with his parents, Blake and Cornelia.
There is much debate but Evan agrees--mostly because Miranda's part of the bargain is that she won't get engaged or elope until the parents have met.
Thanksgiving descends into madness before the turkey is cut.
Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices.