Can a free spirited musician and a grieving widower find love while caring for a runaway teen?
Bisexual musician Cody is a free spirit, easygoing and unattached. On a cross-country trip he befriends young runaway Sandy and gets him safely to his uncle Phineas. Beautiful Phineas turns Cody’s life upside down, and Cody learns he’s not as unattached as he aspires to be.
Ever since his longtime lover Allen died, Phineas has lived a circumscribed life. A former fierce drag queen now working in a bookstore, Phineas never expected his nephew to land on his doorstep, much less to find love again. Sexy and caring Cody brings him alive, but now Phineas must find the courage to let go of his grief and give love a second chance.
If you like second chances for love, sexy musicians and drag queens, and heartwarming stories of found families, you’ll love There You Are.
Second Edition, revised
Reviewers love There You Are!
5 beautiful stars! This book has so much heart! I was so engrossed with this book it was hard to tear myself away from it.
I don’t want to give too much away with this review. I will say this is such an eye opening book and so well put together!! It touches on sensitive subjects and you are drawn to these characters as you read them!! If you haven’t read this book already, not sure what you’re waiting for, go read it now!
– Alpha Book Club
This is a delightful story, and I’m so glad I read it. I loved the first book of the series, and I recall thinking that I wanted Cody to get his own happy ending. I wasn’t disappointed!
There’s not a lot of drama, tension, or angst here. This is pretty much a gooey, sweet love story, start to finish. Short enough to read in an afternoon, this one’s perfect for a cozy, rainy day read.
– A.M. Leibowitz
Looking for a story with a huge heart and depth? This book has enough for one double the length. There You Are is intelligent, warm hearted and very well written. I highly recommend it.
– Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words