A Helping Hand
Best friends Sheriff's Deputy Richard Taylor and State Trooper Dan Fletcher have been living in the same town and working the same area for years until an accident puts Dan out of action for awhile and he has to have help doing just the basics to live so, Rich moves in with Dan. Rich as loved Dan for years but has never told Dan that he is gay. Things change when things heat up between Dan and Rich sexually.
When Dan finds out that Rich is gay and then falls in love with him. This was never to be part of his future. Dan fights the lust and love between them for fear of what people will say about them being gay.
But when Rich is beaten and Dan almost looses him will he finally find his courage or will he lose Rich to his friend in Memphis?
A Helping Hand was hot and funny, though the back and forth between Dan and his conscience was a bit annoying. I did enjoy reading it.
Book Blurb for A Helping Hand
Deputy Sheriff Rich Taylor has many secrets. His sexuality is only the top of the list. Even his best friend Dan doesn’t know Rich is gay. For good reason. His feelings for Dan are more than friendship. When Dan’s injured, the thought of losing him forces Rich to admit his years-long lust has turned to love.
An accident turns State Trooper Dan Fletcher’s life, and his car, upside down. With his right hand out of commission, he has to rely on his best friend for his basic—sometimes intimate—needs. After spending most of his life looking for the right woman, he begins to wonder if he’s been looking at the wrong gender—an impossible concept in their small-minded world.
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