Winter Solstice in St. Nacho's
Luke and Thuong get a second chance at love. Will Thuong’s dangerous addiction destroy their happiness forever?
Librarian Luke believes “Everything is possible at the library.” He cheerfully provides his patrons with whatever they need, even if that means administering Naloxone when they overdose in the library bathroom.
Thuong. called “Tug” on the street, is a heroin addict who sees no way out. He’s in the grip of a powerful addiction. He has no self-esteem. When his old crush Luke offers help, Tug only sees what he can get out of the deal.
Luke's big heart draws Tug toward him, but Tug knows he must change drastically to seize happiness with Luke. There’s a terrible cost for any addict looking to gain control of his life.
Is Tug strong enough to claim his second chance with his first love? Will he do the necessary, painful work, or will he give in to the siren’s song of a drug he can’t resist?
In St. Nacho’s, a good man can find love, even on the darkest, longest night of his life. Get ready for a taut and tender second chance gay romance with a happily-for-now you can believe in!
Editor’s note: Chronologically, this book takes place after A Much Younger Man from the Men of St. Nacho’s series. You can read this book as a standalone but to get the full story of why the people of St. Nacho’s are suspicious of Tug, read these books in order.