Thunderstorms on the Horizon Black Ops Heroes #9 by Kendel Duncan

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Thunderstorms on the Horizon
Black Ops Heroes #9 by Kendel Duncan
 
 
Was it possible to go through life with only half of your heart?
For Kingston Fisher, who had been doing just that for a year now, the answer was: unfortunately, yes.
He’d been doing it so long that having a whole, beating, uncrushed heart was becoming a distant memory.
Is a picture always worth a thousand words?
Not always, if you don’t listen to what they’re actually saying. If all you do is look and not hear you’ll miss the whole story.
For Rowan Bates, not listening was his first mistake. Walking away was his second. He wouldn’t survive a third.
All King needs to do to right his world, to get back the other half of his heart, to erase the hell of the past year, is talk to Row.
All Row has to do is listen.
That should be easy, right?
For Jaden Payne, life had been nothing but a series of brutal lessons. Beginning with his parents refusing to accept his sexuality: You’re confused. Can’t possibly be gay.
Losing his older brother Westley, someone he’d looked up to, idolized, adored.
He took all of the anger inside of him and used it to fuel a dark, dangerous career in the military. He pushed himself far, too far, so far that he became lost – lost to the world and lost to himself.
And then he met him.
Colby French
A man who both turned him on and turned him inside out.
A man he was quickly falling in love with.
And the man who, as a teenager, had been behind the wheel the night his brother died.
The only easy day was yesterday
The mantra that Jaden had lived for as long as he could remember.
An irony now because of how true it was.
Because, yesterday he didn’t know Colby French, he didn’t know what it was like to hold him, he didn’t know what it was like to kiss him, he didn’t know what it was like to taste him, he didn’t know what it was like to love him.
Now he couldn’t imagine doing anything else but telling his folks? That would be the hardest thing of all.
Four damaged yet strong men, four broken yet beautiful hearts intertwine into two stories, two romances, two epic love stories in one book that will melt your heart
 
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