Author: Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Catt Ford
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 06/01/2015
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
Genre: Gay Fiction, M/M Romance
On the train from Lancaster to Philadelphia, Trent runs into Brit, his first love and the first man to break his heart. They’ve both been through a lot in the years since they parted ways, and as they talk, the old connection tenuously strengthens. Trent finally works up the nerve to call Brit, and their rekindled friendship slowly grows into the possibility for more. But both men are shadowed by their pasts as they explore the path they didn’t take the first time. If they can move beyond loss and painful memories, they might find their road leads to a second chance at happiness.
I haven’t read a lot of Andrew Grey in recent years because much of his stuff felt repetitive. However, this wasn’t the case here. This was a well-written, original short with interesting characters.
Two old friends, Trent and Brit, run into each on a train after many years of no contact. They were childhood friends who had a falling out while in college. While riding the train they catch up on each other’s lives and rebuild their friendship.
I liked getting to know the two men as they became reacquainted with each other. It was a nice way to slowly learn about these men without a huge amount of exposition.
Trent and Brit were interesting men and their connection was obvious from the get-go.
Thanks for a great story, Andrew.
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