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At his death, Byron Sinclair left behind more than just his much older partner Alfred Anderson. The couple helped raise their respective nephews, and while Paul Sinclair and Alex Martin are now adults, they still have some growing up to do, particularly when it comes to getting along with each other.

If they refuse to be in the house at the same time, how can Alex be so sure Paul is an opportunistic suck-up with the morals of an alley cat? Paul isnt impressed with aloof and arrogant playboy Alex, either. Both swear they know all they need to about the other--and about themselves.

Byrons dying wish is for Alfred to help Paul and Alex see how perfect they are for each other. But when the boys stubbornly refuse to acknowledge what's right in front of them, Byron must get creative though itll be difficult without hands, or a voice, or a body….

First edition published by Torquere Press (January 2010)

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The Wish
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The Wush
December 19th, 2013
I had great difficulty putting this one down. I hate when work interferes with my reading. A love story that takes commitment to a level I hope my husband and I can share. I can't think what life would be like without him just as Alfred and Byron in the novel. Let's hope that their nephews Paul and Alex can create the same.
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