After The Storm by Summer Devon

This is intriguing, dramatic, suspenseful and entertaining. Jenks is kind, caring, charming and vulnerable. James is determined, chivalrous and unsure. One day while Jenks is boating he finds James on the shore, nearly drowned. He takes him home, gives him dry clothes then contacts James' wife. Jenks is aware of James in a way he's never been before. James wakes up later not knowing how he got there. Jenks is immediately convinced that someone tried to kill James, James isn't convinced. They get the police involved, but because Jenks is known as a sodomite, they think that James is making up the story to explain why he was found where he was. So they decide to do some detecting on their own. James is confused not only by what happened, but by the feelings that he feels whenever Jenks is around. So there's a killer on the loose, James is trying to come to terms with what he is and James' wife is begging for a more physical relationship with him. These unique characters weave a thrilling story of lies, betrayal and truths. It's a fascinating story.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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