It’s not easy to get a relationship to work—especially not with a mental illness that won’t be contained and when ghosts from the past comes knocking on the door.
The last few months haven’t been easy for Dion, what with messing up his relationship with his boyfriend Jeremy by sleeping with his student Chad, and then dealing with Chad’s deteriorating mental illness.
Now diagnosed, medicine helps to keep Chad stable, and the three of them can finally figure out what exactly it is they want from each other.
Until a person from Dion’s past comes knocking on the door—bringing his past back to the forefront of his mind and halting his tentative relationship with the two men he cares about.
This book is the fourth book in a series, but it is only a direct sequel to Broken and should not be read as a stand-alone. It’s a short novel of 46,000 words and it ends on a happy-for-now note without any cliffhangers.