Page Count: 222
Category: LGBT, Literature & Fiction
Released: December 25, 2016
Publisher: Zirconia Publishing Inc.
This book is about a Paramedic, named Andrew who is rough around the edges and knows what he’s doing and doesn’t cut slack to anyone and goes through partners in an ambulance like you wouldn’t believe. If you don’t know what you’re doing get the f out of the vehicle. Then there is Nick, an EMT who comes along who is on top of everything and it’s funny to see how Andrew reacts to it. They eventually become great friends and coworkers and are around each other more. Everyone seems shocked by this, which I think is kind of funny.
Okay let’s get to the funny/awkward elephant in the room. The sexual tension and chemistry these two have is absolutely hot! I don’t know how they don’t just catch on fire when within distance of each other. Or spontaneous combustion or some steam or smoke doesn’t come about… just something!!! Throughout the whole story it is like this, you can cut it with a knife in the air. It is pretty intense.
The journey these two took was kind of like a long winding road. There were some dips and bumps but they made it home. So the title “The Road Home” was the perfect title for this story. The story was so real and relatable, rough and about accepting yourself and others. This story is a diamond in the rough but there is no need for it to be polished because some diamonds are more beautiful in the rough.