Two men whose love has never faltered must relive their most treasured moments in order to secure their future.
Imposing, temperamental Noah Forman wakes up in a hospital and can’t remember how he got there. He holds it together, taking comfort in the fact that the man he has loved since childhood is on the way. But when his one and only finally arrives, Noah is horrified to discover that he doesn’t remember anything from the past three years.
Loyal, serious Clark Lehman built a life around the person who insisted from their first meeting that they were meant to be together. Now, years later, two men whose love has never faltered must relive their most treasured and most painful moments in order to recover lost memories and secure their future.
A persistent, annoying sound kept infiltrating my mind. I’d manage to shut it out successfully for a while, only to have it edge its way back in.
What is that noise? Maybe I can find it and make it stop. Ugh—that’ll require opening my eyes and my eyelids feel so heavy. I don’t think they’ve ever felt this heavy.
The beep-beep-beep got louder, or maybe I was just more aware of it. And something smelled strange. Not dirty, but not pleasant either. Like a deep, chemical smell.
What is that? Did we get a new alarm clock? We’ve never needed one. Clark’s body has the amazing ability to know what time it is even when he’s asleep, so he hasn’t ever let us sleep too...
The story spans from 1996 to January, 2011.
There is something about this author’s writing that really draws me in.
Home Again is a beautiful, well-written, love story
a sweet love story, definitely some drama which is handled well, and an overall realistic story. ...I'm literally a passenger on these pages watching how their love story began, how it progressed, how it was perfect, how it imploded, and how it...
This book is not your usual love story it's even better, there's a bit of everything in there. I especially love the way you get both peoples POV's, you get the entire story of the relationship with the good, the bad and the ugly. And they come...