Wishing For A Home

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Wishing For A Home

Derek St. Martin is a country singer who is at the end of his rope and on the brink of a nervous breakdown...or in need of rehab. Edward his step-brother and the only family member Derek is close to - steps in and finds a place where Derek can stay, relax, heal, and not have to hide the fact that he is gay.

Max Furlo is the foreman at the ranch Derek will be staying at and thinks he will have extra work "babysitting" the singer. But Derek is not what Max expected and soon things start moving along between the two men.

Both men would like a relationship, but Max is not willing - with good reason - to live in the shadows. Will Derek's career be able to take his coming out? Is there a middle ground on which these men can meet that would provide the best of everything for both of them?

Wishing for a Home is a touching story about coming back in touch with yourself and re-arranging some priorities to stay true to what you want and who you are. I really enjoyed reading the book and did not want it to end.

Book Blurb for Wishing For A Home

Derek St. Martin is Nashville’s hottest country singer. For eight years, fame and fortune have come his way, but he’s not happy. In fact, he’s on the edge of a nervous breakdown or checking into a drug rehab center. Hiding his sexual preferences is driving him to resort to numbing the pain. When his stepbrother suggests he should go on vacation, Derek jumps at the chance to relax and get his head on straight.
Max Furlo isn’t happy. His bosses were leaving him in charge of some singer while he had other more important things to take care of. Seeing Derek St. Martin for the first time hits Max hard and, suddenly, he’s considering a summer fling.
Both men know that a relationship can never be for them. Derek’s career wouldn’t handle the news and Max can’t live a lie. Yet when a summer fling becomes love, who will be willing to risk it all for a chance at forever?
Contains: Hot manlove with sexy cowboys and gorgeous country singers.

Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2010 4.75