Homecoming by Meredith Daniels

Homecoming by Meredith Daniels
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (95 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Home is where his heart is.

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Pretending was never Dillon Bluff’s style. Coming out right after high school, he faced the stigma of being gay in a small Southern town head-on. When Jack walks back into his life, Dillon knows there’s no denying the smoldering hidden torch he’s carried for his former best friend.

Jack’s a mess and the last thing he wants is to hurt Dillon in any way. Fighting through terrifying flashbacks, Jack believes he’s too broken to be any kind of partner to Dillon. But Dillon is determined to take control and show Jack’s heart the way home.

Sometimes going home is the hardest thing to do. A place of (supposed) comfort can actually make you face everything you’ve been running from… or so Jack finds out.

This is only a novella, and yet it has a big storyline. PTSD of any description is always a hard subject, but throw in sexual confusion, unrequited love, and well-meaning mothers, and anything could happen! I found this to be extremely well-written, with no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed. The story flowed well, and the pacing was smooth but fast, just what I would expect from a novella.

The title shows this is the first story in a set, and I would love to continue with this series, finding out more about these Men of Devotion. Definitely recommended by me.

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