Painting in the Rain

Dev Bentham
Painting in the Rain

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Publisher
Amber Allure
Release Date
June 2013
ISBN
9781611244403
Genre
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ

SUMMARY
Helping teenagers is tough. They face so many dangers—peer pressure, drugs, pregnancy, STDs. As a trained social worker, Mike knows all about it. He's taken a temporary job on the Oregon coast working with at-risk kids. But when he meets Gabe, the father of one of his charges, he finds himself in another type of danger—that of falling in love and getting stuck in a small, conservative town, not to mention living with an angry teenager. And yet, he's drawn to Gabe in a way he never imagined possible.


Gabe, whose own father left before he was born, stays in a town where he no longer feels welcome. He's living the life of a lonely artist so that he can be a father to his son, a bond that's been threatened by divorce and Gabe's public coming out. When he meets Mike, Gabe is bowled over with a longing so deep that he finds himself willing to risk everything.


But there are plenty of dangers in a small town, and when a gay kid gets hurt and they refuse to leave him to his fate, Mike and Gabe may be risking more than their hearts.


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