The road to recovery is never easy, even when you’re just an innocent bystander to someone else’s addiction.
For Jack, it’s especially hard because he blames himself for his son Rick’s drug problems. It took Jack over half his life to admit to himself (and his wife) that he was gay, but years later, he still carries guilt over what his realization did to his son.
He never thought Rick’s treatment would help him rehabilitate too, but when Jack meets Seth, the man trying to help his son get back on his feet, it’s the breakthrough he never knew he needed.
Want a feel good story in a book that doesn’t look like it might be? Then Breakthrough might be the one you’re looking for.
I hadn’t read anything by JH Knight before today, but I’m glad I rectified the situation. This story flowed well and had me captivated. I needed to know how these two men would forget a relationship. I’m not going to lie. I thought things would go one way and when the twists and turns piled up, I was pleasantly surprised.
I loved Jack and Seth. These guys are perfect for each other and as I read along, I rooted for them. I got emotionally involved in this story. That’s the sign of a good book–at least it is for me. I won’t go into too many spoilers because I don’t want to ruin the tale, but there are plenty of things going on to entertain and might even bring a smile to your face.
If you want a book that takes a look at hard topics–addiction, forgiveness and coming out, then this might be the book for you.