by Rory Wilde
At age thirty-five, Marv Wilson has it all—a handsome fiancé, a successful career, and a loyal group of friends. But when his fiancé breaks off the engagement, he finds himself completely shattered.
Things get even more confusing when he meets a very familiar stranger in a bar: his high school boyfriend, John, who he thought he'd never see again.
John Halley has zero emotional intimacy in his life. His string of casual partners can't fill the void left in his heart by his homophobic parents and the one person he ever truly loved: his high school boyfriend, Marv.
River Rocks Christian Camp was where Marv and John met as twelve-year-olds and grew their relationship over their shared summers. But when John's parents kicked him out at age eighteen, they lost touch.
When John's company assigns him to a project in Philadelphia, the most he thinks he'll find is another meaningless hook-up. Instead, he finds Marv—and a whole lot of questions. The sparks are still there, but after so long, neither man is who he used to be.
Neither John nor Marv is looking for a relationship—especially when John has to return to Texas in just two months—but life doesn't ask if you're ready. Now that they have a second chance, there's only one thing left to decide: are they brave enough to try again?
Winter Song is a steamy contemporary m/m romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers. It includes themes of hurt/comfort and second chances.
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